Good time for an astronomical photobomb!

by Anonymous on Jul. 19th, 2013

Artists conception of big photo op
Artists conception of big photo opCourtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech
Hey, everybody. Heads up! Today (July 19, 2013), at approximately 4:27 CDT the Cassini spacecraft, which is 898 million miles away, will take a snapshot from the other side of Saturn that will include not only the ringed planet but our very own planet Earth. The photo op will last for about 15 minutes. Perfect time for a photobomb don't you think?

NASA-JPL story

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mdr says:

Here are some of the raw images captured by Cassini yesterday.

posted on Sat, 07/20/2013 - 10:24pm

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