Monday, July 04, 2005

Temple-1, not syslog...

I am mirroring the first Temple-1 foto NASA released. I've tried to browse the main NASA site for early picutures, but it took me around half an hour to actually be able to download one of it. So I thought I share it with all of you. Photo credit, of course, is NASA.

But you may ask - how does this relate to syslog? Well - not at all ;-). I just couldn't stand it. I am right now watching NASA TV and as it looks the Deep Impact mission was a huge success. The impactor seems to have it exactly where it should.

This is the Temple-1 main nucleus as the impactor saw it during its approach:

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