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Space Exploration


<img attachment="human_space_exploration_map.jpg" align="left-column" class="frame" caption="Human Space Exploration Map"><img attachment="s01_pia11667.jpg" align="left-column" class="frame" caption="Saturn at Equinox (75 exposures)"><img attachment="s08_18953337.jpg" align="left-column" class="frame" caption="Hubble's final servicing mission">With recent rumblings from NASA as to the successor to the aged and mostly retired space shuttle fleet, National Geographic published the lovely graphic of human space exploration seen to the left. Also very recently, NASA has been trumpeting their images of Saturn as sent back over the years by the Cassini probe. The second image to the left is from the photo essay, <a href="" source="Big Picture/" author="">Saturn at equinox</a>. The final image on the bottom is from another photo-essay called <a href="" source="Big Picture/" author="">Hubble's final servicing mission</a>. Click the images to make them bigger; click the links to see many more pictures.