Sedna will become closer and brighter over the next 72 years, before it begins its 10,500-year trip to the far reaches of the solar system. "The last time Sedna was this close to the Sun, Earth was just coming out of the last ice age. The next time it comes back, the world might again be a completely different place," Brown said. [\quote]
Originally posted by Kano
See thats what happens when you just look at the pictures and don't look at all the little letters and numbers around them.
(Of course the picture isn't to scale)
Originally posted by subscorpion
Did anyone happen to call the phone number that only reporters were suppose to call?