Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Late afternoon on the rim of Endeavour.

I'll have to admit that I've been slacking on blog updates lately.  Just been busy (stressed?) with a lot of changes lately.  Mainly getting used to a new job. Very hard to do after getting pushed out of a job after 7 years, but things are settling down after a couple months now.
So I'll try to resume again with some cool stuff from space, Earth, and whatever else catches my eye.  Again, Seattle hasn't been very astronomy friendly over the last months with lousy skies, so I haven't taken any new images to post, but maybe that will change in the near future since rumor has it that La Nina is dead, and we may get something that resembles "spring" this year - eventually!
So, here is a photo that has been floating around the internets yesterday that is just very spring like. I like this comment on the description of the photo "This crater spans 14 miles (22 kilometers) in diameter, or about the same area as the city of Seattle."  I'd like to see a Photoshop comparison of that!

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