And here's one of Rosetta's solar panels, with the comet in the background. Is this not wondrous? =:D
But perhaps even more beautiful.. here's Philae, on its way down to the comet, seen by Rosetta. =:D
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The ESA and LiveStream streams have been overloaded, but seem to be back to normal now. NASA TV is sometimes mirroring the stream.
And elsewhere.. ^_^; I will say, Death in Heaven's propelled itself to amongst my favorite Cyberman episodes. I've long enjoyed them regardless, but rarely do we see any complexity in them - usually, just mindlessly loyal soldier-robots. Here, though.. so very, very much more. I shan't say more, to guard against spoilers, but I suspect this Christmas' DW special will be particularly eagerly awaited. ^_^
I finally saw the film adaptation of a book I read long ago, back at school - Arthur Ransome's "Swallows and Amazons". A different world, indeed, but no less engagingly fun for all that - and a reminder I ought to get up to the Lake District again someday. =:D
Apparently, Lucasfilm's set to release "Strange Magic", inspired by A Midsummer Night's Dream. It's refreshing to see more original character designs than the smooth people we've become accustomed to courtesy of Pixar and Dreamworks.