Familiar sights from alien heights
A nearly new moon takes on an otherworldly glow in a picture taken from the International Space Station. “This is what the moon looked like 16 times today,” astronaut Ron Garan writes.
The front page of a Monday, July 21, 1969 edition of The Reporter Dispatch,
a forerunner of The Journal News, depicts Apollo 11’s landing on the moon on
Sunday, July 20, 1969.
The Saturnian moon Titan looms large in this photo from the Cassini orbiter, but Enceladus is harder to spot on the right and tiny Pandora is virtually invisible on the left.
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