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This website is of a very mixed and confusing nature and some of the pages are more of a personal notebook than it should be. If you do manage to find something useful in here i'm pleased though.

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30-Oct-2014 20:10
Specular Spectacular

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

As it soared past Saturn's large moon Titan recently, NASA's Cassini spacecraft caught a glimpse of bright sunlight reflecting off hydrocarbon seas. More...
30-Oct-2014 16:57

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: østerbro, nis view, parken, autumn, copenhagen, session460

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30-Oct-2014 08:26

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: dybbølsbro, new building, autumn, copenhagen, session460

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26-Oct-2014 19:22

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: curry, food, mad, food, misc

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26-Oct-2014 12:25

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: tape letter, misc

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24-Oct-2014 21:10
This cloud in the stratosphere over the north pole of Titan is similar to Earth's polar stratospheric clouds.

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

NASA scientists have identified an unexpected ice cloud on Saturn's moon Titan that is similar to exotic clouds found far above Earth's poles. More...
19-Oct-2014 14:29

New picture by S J Bennett

Image tags: quoll, buzz k bird quoll, venner

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16-Oct-2014 21:42

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: lamps, autumn, copenhagen, session460

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16-Oct-2014 21:10
Cassini obtained this false-color view of Saturn's moon Hyperion

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

New analysis indicates that during a 2005 flyby, NASA's Cassini spacecraft was zapped by a beam of electrons coming from the surface of Saturn's moon Hyperion. More...
16-Oct-2014 21:10
This mosaic of Saturn's moon Mimas was created from images taken by Cassini

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

A new study suggests the cratered surface of Saturn's icy moon Mimas indicates the moon's frozen core is shaped something like a football, or the moon has a liquid water ocean. More...


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