Occasional notes on current events, books and more, by Kenneth Silber
Monday, November 2, 2009
The Space Review
offers a fairly bleak (but I have no basis to say inaccurate) assessment of the political and budgetary problems facing NASA's robotic space program.
And as an example of the sort of thing that may become harder to come by, here's a new Cassini close-up of Saturn (and in natural color, by the way):
NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute.
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