8.3.08

Dispatches from the Ringed Planet

A couple of things really worth looking at on the Cassini homepage:

Does Rhea, Saturn's second largest moon, have rings of its own? Some Cassini scientists seem to think so.

And as we come up to Cassini's hairbreadth approach to Enceladus, a nice little video (with subtitles) summarises just why this tiny iceball of a moon is so interesting.

2 comments:

diddums said...

Paws crossed for alien life to chase after and annoy.

(From two kittens).

chiya said...

I hadn't really thought much about saturn, and its moons, until I saw it on your blog a few times. Now saturn's my second favourite planet. (Earth's my favourite)

Looks interesting