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Rosetta and Glaciers

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

06-08-2008 16:42 CDT


Just pointing you to two new items on the website: I just posted a preview of the impending Rosetta flyby of the asteroid Steins, about 30 days away, including an encounter timeline. And there's a new installment -- the penultimate one, I'm sorry to say -- in Tyler Nordgren's "Stars Above, Earth Below" blog. As always, he has wonderful pictures. This is one of my favorites so far.

Jupiter rises over Jackson Glacier

Tyler Nordgren

Jupiter rises over Jackson Glacier
One of Glacier National Park's receding glaciers shines by moonlight beneath Jupiter.

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