A picture, they say, is worth a thousand words. Well, take a
look at this and start talking.
The latest, sharpest, most detailed picture of Saturn ever taken
comes from the Cassini-Huygens probe, set to orbit the ringed giant
on July 1st.
If you're flying in Australia, Graeme White needs your help.
He's looking for a very big hole in the ground. Well, several of
them to be specific.
The holes could have been made by a swarm of meteors which fell to
the ground in a spectacular light show last week. Nearby airline
crews and passengers reported the fireballs passed beside and
beneath their aircraft, about 60 NM north-northeast of Mount Isa in