Wednesday, November 16, 2005


Saturn's moons Dione and Tethys as photographed by the Cassini spacecraft from about 860,000km out.

It's only black and white, but the perspective is magnificent. Whatever rocket-scientist that took the time to plan the trajectory on this one deserves a photography award for certain.


Blogger Rebelde Wey said...


Your Blog (and you) are amazing.
All in it is intresting, magic and science togeder.

I´m glad to have reach your space.

(sorry, my english is not very good. I hope you can understand me)

See you arround...

11/19/2005 6:31 PM  
Blogger Dædalux said...

Señor Chairman,

Gracias para sus palabras de bonad - trataré de leer su blog, pero yo le advierto mi español no es muy bueno también.

11/19/2005 8:36 PM  
Blogger marginalia said...

Thanks for posting the photo. The photographer has a gift for aesthetics—a talent for making the impenetrable accessible to the eye.

11/20/2005 9:15 PM  

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