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One of Saturn's moons Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute


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10/01/05 8:37 PM GMT
great tinkering on this - the Cassini mission really is surpassing all expectations.
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
10/01/05 8:42 PM GMT
You can say that again. Their images keep getting better and better.
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10/01/05 8:55 PM GMT
Nice upload. I thought this was like and asteroid at first. I'm really excited about the well I forgot the name but some satellite that is leaving our solar system to explore, that'll bring some great things won't it!
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10/01/05 9:08 PM GMT
You must be talking about one of the Voyagers. They'll send some interesting data yes, but no images though.
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10/01/05 9:10 PM GMT
Wow! Clarity, thy name is space.
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Thinking: that annoying addiction between naps.
10/02/05 5:08 PM GMT
this is stunning as all photos you post!!! Thanks for sharing ;)
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---Cheers, Boris---
10/09/05 6:57 PM GMT
It's such a jagged, sharp body. It comes off looking like a piece of coral or sea sponge. Remarkable image.
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10/31/05 8:51 AM GMT
That's a moon?? I thought they were supposed to be round... I guess this one didn't know about that rule :-). Very nice, you do need to darken the background though to match the black in the photograph, the difference is quite obvious on my monitor.
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11/12/05 2:57 PM GMT
Very nice job of enhancement.
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-DFX -
01/13/06 3:34 AM GMT
An amazing object.
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