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Uploaded: 08/06/03 2:29 AM GMT
Jupiter from Cassini
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Jupiter and Moon, as seen from the Cassini spacecraft. Such a crescent view is never viewable from earth. Credit goes to NASA, and image is in public domain.

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chris_f2005
08/06/03 5:40 PM GMT
I've never seen Jupiter in such a phase cool. Keep em coming. :)
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g8way
10/14/03 2:42 AM GMT
Prty cool
(I don't have time to type an 'e' or an extra 't')
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PhatCat74
10/23/03 12:32 AM GMT
i like it
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PhatCat74
10/23/03 12:33 AM GMT
i like it
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Cabot
11/02/03 2:13 AM GMT
Clean and simple. Very minimalistic, I like it! :)
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RedFraggle
01/18/04 5:30 AM GMT
Dude. Very kick ass.
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In this world of sin and sorrow there is always something to be thankful for; as for me, I rejoice that I am not a Republican. -H. L. Mencken
deepGX
02/10/04 4:22 PM GMT
beautiful. sigh, when are we going to leave this planet!
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/i don't want to take what you can give//i would rather starve than eat your bread/
devillish_kitty
02/11/04 9:01 PM GMT
beautiful..i love how the light fades..quite lovely
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tadurham
11/08/04 3:43 AM GMT
Interesting that you are putting NASA photos on this site...great pictures though.
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The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible. - Arthur C. Clarke, "Technology and the Future"

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