Yo! So, I didn’t know it was rare for other bodies in the solar system to have hydrological cycles. Like, so fucking rare that apparently these lakes on Titan are the first ones we’ve found to have them, outside of Earth.
How long has Saturn had its rings? Not as long as we fucking thought, apparently. AstronomerWizards have concluded they originated from a violent event, somewhere between 10 and 100 million years ago.
The amount of dope pictures sent back by Cassini is fucking preposterous, my dudes.
Cassini captured this gorgeous photo of Saturn and its rings looking all translucent as fuck, for our benefit. I don’t really have anything else to add, just enjoy this shit!
Here’s just Cassini, doing more Cassini-type dope ass shit.
Cassini is just clutch-ass gorgeous pictures, dudes. Nothing more to say, especially not with my head cold doubling back, and my lungs full of phlegm-ass star dust or whatever.
Just Cassini doing Cassini things. You know, capturing beautiful images of Saturn and its moons and rings and such forth and so on.
Space. It goes without saying. Is big.
Check it out! Here Cassini captures Saturn’s hexagon in all its glory.
There we are, friends. Between Saturn’s rings. Tiny, and distant, and wonderful.