Daily Archives: 26 April 2006

Another Family Grouping at Planet VI

From left to right, Janus, Enceladus, and Tethys. In order, they’re notable for shepherding the outer edge of Saturn’s main ring system, ice geysers at the south pole, and the Ithaca Chasma, which appears as a wide crack near the … Continue reading

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My diocese made the front page of the local paper today under the headline of “Diocese lagging on safety measure.” Only 11.5 percent of the dioceses — including Kansas City-St. Joseph — were not in full compliance. Diocesan officials said … Continue reading

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