Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
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Good god, that's awesome. And NASA's giving away a high-res version on their site (thanks, TOP!). Might have to print one out for the home office.
Why is the planet body shown at a different magnification to the rest,and why does it look like an "artist's conception" of the rings?
D'oh...just noticed you're also linking to the big one, Eolake.The photo definitely does look like a rendering, which makes it all the more cool to me. After all, what's in it for NASA to fake such a thing? (cue the moon landing fakery theorists...)
If NASA had faked the moon landing, it would have looked like Lost in Space. ;-)
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