Philae probe bounces on a comet…

Rosetta and Philae are now in contact again, and we have more detail on yesterday’s landing, including the first part of a panoramic image of the probe’s surrounding, including what looks like a craggy cliff. Yesterday mission team members told us that they think that Philae bounced, and now they believe it bounced three times…

Philae lands on Comet 67P, perhaps twice!

Philae, the little lander that hitch-hiked to Comet 67P aboard the Rosetta Spacecraft, landed today. Perhaps twice! The above image is, as of this moment, the latest image we have. It’s taken from 3KM above the surface of the comet with the landing zone dead center. It’s important to note that 67P and the Rosetta…

Two Views of Titan

This is Saturn and its largest moon, Titan, as seen by the Cassini Probe. Titan is a fascinating moon with a thick atmosphere and lakes of liquid methane. Cassini recently captured this image of the sun reflecting off one such lake. Though the typology is earth-like, the chemistry certainly is not! Cassini, though only a…

Where I’m Living, and What For

UPDATE: I have started a new blog dedicated to my tiny domicile:¬†http://trailerlifeblog.wordpress.com As I mentioned back in August, I bought a 1947 Spartan Manor and contracted with a renovator to bring it back to life. It arrived in September, when I realized that what I thought would be nearly done was still several months of…