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Thu Oct 17, 2019, 03:11 AM

Breathtaking view of Io, Europa and Jupiter captured by Cassini spacecraft


Breathtaking view of Io, Europa and Jupiter captured by Cassini spacecraft






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Reply Breathtaking view of Io, Europa and Jupiter captured by Cassini spacecraft (Original post)
KelleyKramer Oct 17 OP
lunatica Oct 17 #1
lastlib Oct 17 #2
Duppers Oct 17 #3
Marcuse Oct 17 #4
Karadeniz Oct 17 #5
Dem2theMax Oct 17 #6
patphil Oct 17 #7
diverdownjt Oct 20 #13
TNNurse Oct 17 #8
HuskyOffset Oct 18 #9
TNNurse Oct 18 #11
DavidDvorkin Oct 18 #10
reACTIONary Oct 18 #12
diverdownjt Oct 20 #14
LAS14 Oct 22 #15

Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Thu Oct 17, 2019, 04:16 AM

1. Breathtaking!

The ravages of gravitational pull must be really bad.

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Thu Oct 17, 2019, 05:26 AM

2. Wow! Awesome!

What an amazing universe we live in! How fortunate we are to live in a time when we can explore (even if only vicariously) its wonders!

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Thu Oct 17, 2019, 09:26 AM

3. Wow, most impressive.

Thanks.

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Thu Oct 17, 2019, 10:35 AM

4. Passing on the outside. Wow

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Thu Oct 17, 2019, 02:17 PM

5. Woo woo! Feels like we're there!

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Thu Oct 17, 2019, 02:30 PM

6. Kicking for later.

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Thu Oct 17, 2019, 03:05 PM

7. Looks like Jupiter is keeping an eye on its moons.:-)

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Response to patphil (Reply #7)

Sun Oct 20, 2019, 12:09 AM

13. I see what did there.....

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Thu Oct 17, 2019, 03:18 PM

8. Is there a way to share this?

I am not on Twitter. It is breathtaking.

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Response to TNNurse (Reply #8)

Fri Oct 18, 2019, 10:00 AM

9. Here is a flickr link

This is a link to the original video, which is a bit higher resolution: https://t.co/8SLjERSRWc
I got it from this flickr post.

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Response to HuskyOffset (Reply #9)

Fri Oct 18, 2019, 12:55 PM

11. THANK YOU

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Fri Oct 18, 2019, 11:34 AM

10. NASA's fake videos have improved so much since the faked moon landings!

On second thought, I suppose there actually are those who dismiss these videos as fake. If they think they moon landings never happened, then why would they think this was real?

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Fri Oct 18, 2019, 08:31 PM

12. The flicker version...

... at the link below, includes a view of Titan transiting Saturn. We will be exploring Titan!



https://dragonfly.jhuapl.edu


https://t.co/8SLjERSRWc

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Sun Oct 20, 2019, 12:16 AM

14. This happened a loooong time ago..

Cassini flew by Jupiter in december of 2000.

I'm surprised to just see this now. Great clip...thank you.

Gotta love science....

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Response to KelleyKramer (Original post)

Tue Oct 22, 2019, 03:19 PM

15. Wo! First time to this forum. I'm going to visit regularly. nt

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