Thursday, November 13, 2014

Europe rules!

Not all the world's money, brains, and enterprise has gravitated to China. Here's a photo taken by the European space voyage, Rosetta, showing a ball of ice 317,000,000 miles away from its launch pad, just before it settled down on the surface of a comet with the ungainly name of  67P/Churyumov-Geasimenko. The comet is a bit more than two miles in diameter. What a shot!


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