Sandblasting Saturn’s Moons

February 13, 2007

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This is a photo I took of our own moon rather than one of Saturn’s moons, but it is the best I can do with a 300mm lens. CBC Radio’s Quirks and Quarks podcast discusses how the moon Enceladus releases ice that sandblasts some of the other moons of Saturn making them shiny. Click below to listen to the podcast.

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2 Responses to “Sandblasting Saturn’s Moons”

  1. Ashqe Says:

    Love it, Leela. I, for one, don’t have any issue with the swearing!! In fact I find it hiuioarls that someone would take the time to comment about how much they hate it!! Bwhaha! Made me giggle!!Awesome love it!N x

  2. Simion Says:

    OK, the police don’t dertnmiee fault or rather, they can issue a non-binding opinon. But the appraiser can look at WHERE on the front of your car the damage is, and where the damage is on the other vehicle, and pretty much rebuild the accident. You don’t have to report it to your insurance company. The other guy doesn’t HAVE to report it to his. His insurance company has NO DUTY TO TAKE CARE OF YOU, or even take a claims report from you.Whether or not your rates will go up will depend on a bunch of things like the actual amount paid out, if any; your state’s claim threshhold amount; if you have first accident forgiveness on your policy; etc. Your BEST answer to that question, will be from your OWN AGENT.


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