Planetary Report erratum
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla
13-12-2007 17:02 CST
This is just a note to those of you who are members, who should now be receiving your November/December issue of The Planetary Report. It contains a "Year in Pictures" article I wrote, which I hope you enjoy. Unfortunately, though, insufficient communication among myself, the editors, and our designer resulted in the wrong image being printed for one of the selections -- I enthuse for several paragraphs about the amazing mosaic assembled by the Cassini RADAR team of the north pole of Titan, but the image shows just one swath near the south pole. I'm really sorry about that mistake -- not just to you readers but also to the RADAR team, who were looking forward to seeing the mosaic printed in The Planetary Report. The correct image will be printed in the next issue, but in the meantime, below is the image that you should have seen.For those of you who aren't members, don't worry, my annual Year in Pictures feature, with 20 key images from this year, will be posted on December 26. (If you want to see my choices for past years, check out 2006 and 2005.)
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