G’day, and happy Caturday. Something has been missing from this post lately, and I’ll address it now: Beginning this week, I am putting ze cats back into ze Caturday, as though there wasn’t enough mischief afoot from the ebil Feline Overlords this week!
Also, just last evening, I got word of the completion of the art featuring the cute mini-Cthulhus to be used on The Unspeakable Blogs hub page which links to this site and nine others. I’ll be updating the hub, and be redoing the headers for all ten blogs accordingly sometime this weekend. *muppet flail*
So, here are the links, and without further delay, the kitty pics!
Images of the Week:
Having Fun with the Equation of Time
Asteroids: Two space rocks named after science communicators
“Mars” Crew Emerges from Simulation after 120 days
Lego Hubble: Let’s get this model made
Astronaut Spots Violence over Gaza, Asks what Extraterrestrial would Think
Earth from space: What is the object in this astronaut photo
Video: Warp into a Star Nursery 3,000 Light Years Away
Falcon 9 reuseability: Video of splashdown after successful launch
Mapping Dark Matter 4.5 Billion Light-Years Away
Kepler 421b: Exoplanet with the longest orbital period found
To Help Mars Rovers Phone Home, NASA Asks for Ideas to Close Looming Communications Gap
Cycloid Motion: An illusion based on spirographics
Apollo 11 Splashdown 45 Years Ago on July 24, 1969 Concludes 1st Moon Landing Mission
The Antennae: Rolf Wahl Olsen photo of colliding galaxies
How Do We Terraform Venus?
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Still fighting the wrong fight
Wil Wheaton and the Science of Star Trek:
Weekly Stellar Picks:
Keith Cowing and the ISEE-3 Rebooters | Planetary Society.
The Diversity of Habitable Zones and the Planet | SETI Institute
Space Images | Planetary Society
NASA Mars Spacecraft Prepare for Close Comet Flyby | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory