Thursday, August 26, 2010

Other Worlds

Kepler Explores the Solar System -- not ours.


I'm a science nerd - a space information junkie - one of those people who genuinely delights in these sorts of discoveries (link above).

And a bit closer to home:

Jupiter lost a stripe in its atmosphere.

I'm not sure why it happened and I don't think scientists know either.

6 comments:

Azra S. said...

Oh WOW! I'm always utterly fascinated with outter space. I guess it always reminds me how trivial and insignificant the world, and our problems, are.

LL said...

Azra - it's a big universe and as Carl Sagan once put it, 'our planet is like a speck of dust -- a mote in a sunbeam'.

However to us, it's an important mote of dust.

WoFat said...

It happened BECAUSE. Don't you know nothing?

Coffeypot said...

Global Warming!

Matthew Avitabile said...

Jupiter must have global warming!

LL said...

I never thought to ask Al Gore -- but I'm sure he'd know. Al knows EVERYTHING! (just ask him)

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