Discussion in 'Science & Technology' started by Drone, Nov 27, 2012.
Video of the four solar flares taken by Hinode spacecraft
Exploring Saturn's moons (NatGeo video)
New Soyuz crew launches to the ISS (NASA video)
New photos of Jupiter taken by NASA's Juno
Water-rich impact crater on Mars
Lol these new videos made me chuckle
Final raw images from Cassini
"Well, technically, it did land... just in multiple pieces..."
I'm reminded. Everything is air-droppable at least once.
First Messenger and now Cassini ...
Both are great missions. Having idea about Mercury, Saturn, Titan and other celestial bodies is awesome.
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