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Thanksgiving and new stuff on our website

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

22-11-2007 12:01 CST

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In the U.S., it's a holiday weekend -- Thanksgiving -- so Emily is taking a few days off. Look for her return on Monday.

In case you missed them, there are a few new items on The Planetary Society's website from this week.

This week's Planetary Radio show checks in with JPL's John Callas for an update on the Mars Exploration Rovers. There's a new entry -- with great pictures -- from Tyler Nordgren's journey through America's National Parks. Finally, ESA has released color versions of Rosetta's Earth flyby images.

 
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