Sunday, October 30, 2005

Welcome, Mars!

Our red neighbour rules our evening skies opposing the setting Jupiter and creating an intriguing alignment.










Then meet some of the fascinating denizens of deep space including






a double doughnut




A ball of whirling fire!








pillars of cosmic dust giving birth to baby stars










and a tadpole!


The latest thrilling news : Pluto has at least 3 moons. But, is Pluto a 'true' planet? If not are these really moons? The first one (discovered almost 30 years ago) is named Charon. Propose names for S2 and S3.
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