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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-Jun-2015 21:44

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: IMAG0453, clouds, gintoki, clouds

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30-Jun-2015 21:13

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: IMAG0413, clouds, gintoki, clouds

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21-Jun-2015 19:54

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: graffiti, slik, nielsm, jfs, housewarming, ringsted

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21-Jun-2015 18:19

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: nielsm, bass, nielsm, jfs, housewarming, ringsted

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21-Jun-2015 15:24

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: peter enig, nielsm, jfs, housewarming, ringsted

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19-Jun-2015 21:06
Radar images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft reveal many lakes on Titan's surface

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

A recent study finds that an Earth-like process may be responsible for creating depressions resembling lakes in the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. More...
18-Jun-2015 21:06
Dione's Craggy Surface

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

The rugged landscape of Saturn's fracture-faced moon Dione is revealed in images sent back by NASA's Cassini spacecraft from its latest flyby. More...
17-Jun-2015 21:06
Artist concept of NASA's Europa mission spacecraft approaching its target for one of many flybys.

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

Europa is considered one of the most promising places in the solar system to search for signs of present-day life, and a new NASA mission to explore this potential is moving forward. More...
17-Jun-2015 10:09

New picture by Google

Image tags: Iterative, Places205, GoogLeNet13, google AI image recognition, research-stuff

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15-Jun-2015 21:06
Cassini's penultimate encounter with Saturn's moon Dione is slated for June 16.

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

NASA's Cassini spacecraft will make a close flyby of Saturn's moon Dione on June 16, coming within 321 miles (516 kilometers) of the moon's surface. More...


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