November 10, 2004
Space 1999

Yahoo: "There is very little temperature contrast and very little energy to drive the weather in Uranus," says Sromovsky. "Whatever is happening has to be well lubricated; it has to be a low-friction environment."

Posted by dbrown at November 10, 2004 05:36 PM
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It's amazing to think about what a small angle Uranus subtends from where we are. It is like the width of a Volkswagen sitting in Philadelphia, viewed from New York. Even the Hubble can't really see much at that distance.

I look for more good music links on your site. Saturation is where I saw the Pavement + Weezer Jay Z remix links long ago. . .

Posted by: Evan in Jackson Hts on November 12, 2004 08:03 PM
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