This is a short post to answer that question . . .
. . . because of stuff, the stories will be up and running tomorrow.
Meanwhile, look at this photo.
Beautiful ain’t it?
Here, let me give you a crop of that shot . . .
That would be Saturn on September 7, 2019 around 7:30 pm.
Here’s another cropped shot to prove it’s really Saturn . . .
I mean, would I fake two photos? Heck, if I were to fake them, wouldn’t I make it a little better, like maybe this:
Really, for a handheld shot — mine, not NASA’s — it’s not bad.
I did this before, years ago . . . and here I am doing it again:
Nope; here, let me crop the image and “enhance it” a bit.
What the heck is it?
It’s Jupiter and its four big moons.
Get out of here! Really?
Here’s a shot from THIS site showing the position of the moons at the time of the capture.
It’s also neat watching them change positions.
Anyway, the “D” stories should be up tomorrow. Hope you can all wait that long.
Meanwhile, a couple of pictures (modified using the Android app Kaleider — fun to play with, it is). Interesting thing . . . I reviewed and interacted with the programmer to help debug an issue I experienced with an earlier version. Just to be clear, I made a few suggestions and tested the software but I take no credit for anything related to the software.
Anyway, see if you can guess what the original photos depicted.
That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.
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