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NASA shows off new Cassini photos

NASA shows off new Cassini photos

NASA is ringing in the New Year with some beautiful photos that Cassini has taken of Saturn. The photo at the top of the story shows shadows on the surface of Saturn cast by the network of rings around the planet. Note the slight blue hue on the bottom of Saturn in the image.

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HD cameras installed on ISS for Russia/Canada study

HD cameras installed on ISS for Russia/Canada study

The International Space Station is seeing quite a bit of activity this Christmas week, with today’s action surrounding the installation of two high-fidelity cameras. This installation was initiated under Expedition 38 and executed by Commander Oleg Kotov and Flight Engineer Sergey Ryazanskiy of the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos). This mission happens just three days after a US-based expedition (as seen in the hero image of this article) to replace faulty water pumps on the station.

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Arctic explorers find message in a bottle left in 1959

Arctic explorers find message in a bottle left in 1959

Finding a message in a bottle in a remote part of the world is something that you might think would only happen in a work of fiction. However, that is exactly what has happened with a discovery made by researchers working on Ward Hunt Island in the Arctic. The island is off the northern cost of Canada's most northerly Arctic island, Ellesmere.

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