Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Sisters




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.

3 Comments:

Blogger Rebelde Wey said...

Hello!

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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