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 7/7/08, a year from now, cassini, saturn
mid life crises
Posted: Jul 7 2007, 03:21 PM


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So, reading the thread about Stanley Kubrick lead me to think about 2001 A Space Odyssey and the two suns at the end of the movie.
A year from today, I think, Cassini spacecraft is supposed to enter Saturn's atmosphere and possibly start a fusion reaction or something to turn it into a star to warm up a moon to make it habitible or something. But back on earth for a few months after next July we are supposed to get hit with hydrogen gas and get killed off. Google the Lucifer Project -I think that is what it is called.
Anyway, it is a year from today supposedly. Also supposedly people that know about the hydrogen storm have prepared to go underground for a few months. The rest of us are left as canaries in the mines.
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chucksheen
Posted: Jul 7 2007, 09:51 PM


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Cassini Calendar
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/operations/cass...alendar-ALL.cfm

On shedule for Jun-30-2008, 6 distant flybys of Saturns moons.

[1] Pan
[2] Prometheus
[3] Enceladus
[4] Methone
[5] Janus
[6] Atlas
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pakman
Posted: Jul 7 2007, 10:13 PM


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QUOTE (mid life crises @ Jul 7 2007, 03:21 PM)
So, reading the thread about Stanley Kubrick lead me to think about 2001 A Space Odyssey and the two suns at the end of the movie.
A year from today, I think, Cassini spacecraft is supposed to enter Saturn's atmosphere and possibly start a fusion reaction or something to turn it into a star to warm up a moon to make it habitible or something. But back on earth for a few months after next July we are supposed to get hit with hydrogen gas and get killed off. Google the Lucifer Project -I think that is what it is called.
Anyway, it is a year from today supposedly. Also supposedly people that know about the hydrogen storm have prepared to go underground for a few months. The rest of us are left as canaries in the mines.

DAMN :angry:
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Posted: Jul 7 2007, 10:19 PM


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QUOTE (pakman @ Jul 7 2007, 10:13 PM)
QUOTE (mid life crises @ Jul 7 2007, 03:21 PM)
So, reading the thread about Stanley Kubrick lead me to think about 2001 A Space Odyssey and the two suns at the end of the movie.
A year from today, I think, Cassini spacecraft is supposed to enter Saturn's atmosphere and possibly start a fusion reaction or something to turn it into a star to warm up a moon to make it habitible or something. But back on earth for a few months after next July we are supposed to get hit with hydrogen gas and get killed off. Google the Lucifer Project -I think that  is what it is called.
Anyway, it is a year from today supposedly. Also supposedly people that know about the hydrogen storm have prepared to go underground for a few months. The rest of us are left as canaries in the mines.

DAMN :angry:

:lol:
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