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Some bad news for fans of Titan RADAR

Emily Lakdawalla • September 10, 2005

According to Jason Perry, the much-anticipated Titan-7 RADAR imagery across Titan's southern hemisphere may have been lost due to an error on Cassini's solid state recorder. That will be very sad if it turns out to be true.

DPS: Back to Day 3 again: finishing up asteroids & Iapetus

Emily Lakdawalla • September 09, 2005

Today is the last day of DPS, and the first that has not had a press conference session at lunchtime, so I have a few moments here to do some catching up.

An animation of Itokawa from Hayabusa

Emily Lakdawalla • September 07, 2005

This lovely animation of Itokawa represents 20 individual images taken between 18:10 on September 5 and 00:30 on September 6, from a distance of less than 700 kilometers away.

Catching up with Hayabusa

Emily Lakdawalla • August 26, 2005

Hayabusa (formerly known as MUSES-C) is getting very, very close to its target asteroid Itokawa, and should be arriving soon!

Images from the August 2, 2005 MESSENGER Flyby of Earth

Emily Lakdawalla • August 26, 2005

On August 2, 2005, MESSENGER flew by Earth at an altitude of a mere 2,347 kilometers above Mongolia.

A lack of information for a Deep Impact update

Emily Lakdawalla • August 24, 2005

I had very much hoped to be able to post an update about the Deep Impact mission this week, but it looks like my various sources are keeping very very quiet (or maybe they are just tired of me pestering them :)

A couple of pretty Cassini photos from this week

Emily Lakdawalla • August 20, 2005

First, here's a nice shot of Epimetheus, which was taken about a month ago.

A little more Hyperion

Emily Lakdawalla • August 18, 2005

Checking the Cassini raw images website, I found quite a few more images of Hyperion this morning. It looks like Cassini had a leisurely flyby of the little moon from roughly 700,000 kilometers' distance.

Updates from Past Recipients of the Shoemaker NEO Grants

Bruce Betts • August 17, 2005

Update as of July 28, 2005 Following last year's Potentially Hazardous Asteroid and a few other non-main-belt discoveries, I looked into what improvements I could make to more efficiently image the sky. The major advance involved the design of a 3-lens corrector comprising 2 stock lenses and a custom lens I made myself.

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