Daily Archives: 29 July 2008

Satellite Imagination: End of the Age of the Eye

In 1892, we can note the last human eye discovery of a solar system satellite. The eye belonged to Edward Emerson Barnard who, working at the Lick Observatory in California, found a fifth satellite of Jupiter. Hereafter, every subsequent satellite … Continue reading

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Blog Report

We had an all-day road trip yesterday to the Twin Cities and back to drop off the young miss for camp. Anita and I spent the afternoon at the Minnesota Zoo. I took some images there, especially of the flutterbys. … Continue reading

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