Cassini's Enceladus Flyby: April 28th

-Posted by D.C. Worth, for Barbay (France & US)

Titan: One of Saturn's 60 moons... And the only moon in the solar system large enough to support an atmosphere. Viewed by the visual & infrared mapping spectrometer [DISR](2006).
Credit: NASA/ESA/JPL/U of Arizona

Titan Descent Data Movie with Bells and Whistles - Movie: VIDEO Source:[NASA/ESA]

Movie, built with data collected during the ESA's Huygens probe on 1.14.2005; shows operation of Descent Imager/Spectral Radiometer camera during its descent & after touchdown. More.
[Camera funded by NASA]

Clouds depicted orange; 40 degree -So. lat. line

Funny how this little Vimeo video (below) reminded me of this planet.
And then the DISR tones matched! -TONES RELATE (Math) VIDEO

-And the Next Encounter Countdown, is in 2 days!
Enceladus Flyby 99 km (62 mi) -Apr 28 2010 (SCET)

I have a feeling that we might eventually choose to acclimate a planet (and/or perhaps seed) instead of exhaust resources, trying to find a perfect one... The CO2 vegetation that we might impact would help improve the atmosphere... This planet is a little chilly right now; but hey... We'll warm it up... :)
I'll go with earth's greatest colonists (Great Britain) Impeach Obama!
Today's Links...
-VIDEO of Cassini's Virtual Tour: MUST SEE!

-VIDEO Gallery: VIEW.

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