Thursday, August 17, 2006

Additions to the Family


This 2006 NASA montage of planetary images was taken by spacecraft managed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. From top to bottom: images of Mercury, Venus, Earth (and Moon), Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The solar system may soon be home to a dozen planets, with three new additions to the club and more to come, if astronomers meeting in San Clemente, Calif approve a new planetary definition. Dr. Ralph conference organizer has said. (AFP/NASA/File)

As organizer of the conference, I thought you needed to know this.

6 comments:

puttzle said...

You were right!

Anonymous said...

Uranus has a certain glow tonight

Dr. Ralph said...

And as usual Anonymous, your mouth is full.

Dr. Ralph said...

About? Unt.

puttzle said...

To quote you, Dr. Ralph..."As organizer of the conference, I thought you needed to know this."

I needed to know that, you were right!

Dr. Ralph said...

YIKES!!

Moon Phase