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Gimme Some Lovin’ - The Spencer Davis Group

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Taj Mahal - 21st Century Gypsy Singin Lover Man

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The Big Chill (1983)

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txchnologist:

Satellite Meets Comet In Historic Rendezvous

This is a comet named 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. A satellite called Rosetta rendezvoused with it today, Aug. 6, after traveling 4 billion miles for more than 10 years.

The European Space Agency craft now sits 62 miles from the icy 2.5-mile-long comet (see a visualization of the mission here) about midway between Mars and Jupiter. The two will travel together on the comet’s orbit as it approaches the sun. 

Rosetta, which also includes a number of NASA instruments, will for the first time in history study a comet up close, put a lander on the surface and monitor changes as it approaches the sun. Among other science to be done, the craft’s Philae lander will drill almost 8 inches into 67P, another first. 

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On behalf of the citizens of Earth, congratulations NASA, ESA, and everyone outside of these organizations responsible for the successful construction, launch, deployment, 10 year navigation, and implementation into orbit/rendezvous with comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko!!! Next up….Philae’s incredible in-situ performance upon reaching (and attaching itself to) the surface of that rocky beast :)

anime-backgrounds:

Magnetic Rose, from Memories. Directed by Kōji Morimoto and animated by Studio 4°C. Script by noted anime director Satoshi Kon, based on a story by Katsuhiro Otomo.

Memories[DVD]

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txchnologist:

Satellite Meets Comet In Historic Rendezvous

This is a comet named 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. A satellite called Rosetta rendezvoused with it today, Aug. 6, after traveling 4 billion miles for more than 10 years.

The European Space Agency craft now sits 62 miles from the icy 2.5-mile-long comet (see a visualization of the mission here) about midway between Mars and Jupiter. The two will travel together on the comet’s orbit as it approaches the sun. 

Rosetta, which also includes a number of NASA instruments, will for the first time in history study a comet up close, put a lander on the surface and monitor changes as it approaches the sun. Among other science to be done, the craft’s Philae lander will drill almost 8 inches into 67P, another first. 

Read More