Tuesday, January 1, 2019

New year's day

11 comments:

Ms. Donna said...

S. Alan Stern, center, New Horizons’ principal investigator, surrounded by children at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md., on Tuesday. They were celebrating the moment the NASA spacecraft New Horizons encountered an object orbiting one billion miles beyond Pluto.CreditCreditMatt Roth for The New York Times

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/31/science/new-horizons-ultima-thule.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

Ms. Donna said...

Thanks and HNY to you and yours

ronstew said...

Thanks, Doc.

bobbie said...

Perfectly timed! happy New Year, and thank you for sharing ~

Rantmaster Rich said...

I so miss Carl Sagan. thanks for this

amy said...

This is both beautiful and inspiring, thank you for sharing.

amy said...

This was both poetic and inspiring, thank you for sharing.

FishyCondition said...

This is awesome! Happy New Year Dr.G

SwanSpirit said...

Oh yeah, we're going to Mars! Happy New Year!🎉

Deb said...

I'm another one who misses Carl Sagan so very much. Thank you for sharing this lovely little video, and may you, Mrs. Grumpy, Mary and the rest of the crew have a Happy New Year and not too many crazed patients. LOL

Anonymous said...

Dear Dr G. this is beautiful, not insane nor stupid, but wonderfully 'everyday'. My husband used 'Cosmos' as a bedtime story for our two sons when they were little. Older son still remembers television programs by Dr Suzuki. Have an awesome new year (as we all begin this last year of the second decade ... .)

 
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