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Watching Deep Impact Live links and information

Sunday, July 03, 2005


This artist's concept of Tempel 1 illustrates the comet's shape, reflectivity, rotation rate and surface temperature, based on information from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and Spitzer Space Telescope. Measurements from the Great Observatories indicate that the comet is a matte black object roughly 14 by 4 kilometers (8.7 by 2.5 miles), or about one-half the size of Manhattan.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech Posted by Picasa
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It occurs to me that I might not have given the specific link -in my last posting- so that you can watch the Deep Impact event over the internet or satallite so I have placed the link here and below. The event is availible for either Real Player or Windows Media Player and there is availible links availible to download (if you need to) either player for free.
The photo above comes from the NASA press release for Deep Impact and a additional source link is provided in the caption. An additional link to the JPL website is located here.
Omnia Pro Iesu Per Mariam!
Ed







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