Monday, October 23, 2006

Flying By Enceladus

I've been working all day on Enceladus research. This is a composite of the third Cassini flyby on Bastille Day, 2005. The South Pole region has the highest temperatures of the surface. It is the source of gaseous geysers jetting into Space, resupplying Saturn's E Ring.

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Heh, Louise. Did you see? Sean Carroll is giving a talk at NSF in January with the title: "Dark Energy, or Worse: was Einstein wrong?"

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Hi anon. Yes, I will be writing about Sean soon.

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