Monday, October 16, 2006

Unexpected Wonders



The Cassini robot orbiting Saturn, drifting in the planet's shadow, looked back and photographed this awesome sight. Far in the distance to the left, just above the bright main rings you can see the "almost ignorable pale blue dot of Earth."

A spectacular photograph, people of SSI, JPL, ESA, and NASA, who get the credit for this one!

*CLICK it twice to find Earth*
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5 comments:

Tammy said...

WOW! We are so tiny and yet we act like it all revolves around us ;) Stunning photo!

twitches said...

Get out - this is a real picture? It is amazing!

pepektheassassin said...

This is a real picture. Yes, it is both amazing and stunning!

k said...

Absolutely awesome! That is just unbelievable!

shokupanmanbo said...

I agree. PHabulous Photo!!!