Hello ATS, this just slipped into my feed--- and it was so moving that I felt the need to share.
Pictures of Saturn have always been the strangest to me, and I still do not know why they appear to be layered in the way they do. I could see how
some would even consider them faked, they just look so unreal.
Well if the ones from the past didn't do it for ya, try your eyes on this.
Saturn Eclipsing the Sun:
Note the end: "And marks just the third time our home planet has been photographed from the outer solar system, that we know of."
I'd like to know why Saturn pictures have always looked so damn odd, I know I cannot be the only one to think this way. Compare photos of other
planets, and they just don't pop out in the way this heavenly body has always seemed to do.
Sure do love me some Saturn though, hope some here happen to share the sentiments.
This doesn't look right, considering that Jupiter in this picture is looming in front of entire sections of its rings, which appear in back of it. Am
I missing something (wouldn't be the first time. second maybe.)
I hope I was smiling in that pic. Awesome photo. Not insignificant as I know I am made up of the same stardust that makes Jupiter and the rest of our
solar system. To be part of that makes me feel great.
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