Daily Archives: 10 October 2008

Low Pass

Cassini‘s Enceladus flyby yesterday will be the closest of the whole mission, most likely: just sixteen miles above the surface. The last time a spacecraft went that close to a moon or planet without landing (or crashing) was Apollo 10‘s … Continue reading

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Brothers In Arms

It’s been a quiet day on the home front, and a moderately busy one. Three months after moving, the basement is still full of boxes. After today, most of the ones left are full of stuff. We have a really … Continue reading

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