Hi, I just want to say that this is a simply spectacular image of Uranus from such an extreme distance. I would like to know if Dr. Porco and the rest of the Imaging Team plan to have Cassini take a similar picture of Neptune, anytime between now and the end of the mission? I know that a lot of the spacecraft's resources are currently allocated to things like moon flybys and studies of Saturn itself, but I was just wondering if there would be an opportunity for Cassini to squeeze in a picture of Neptune, just like with this image of Uranus?
Hey, man, can we spin that platter and hear what's in those grooves?
i really love this site. i am never disappointed when i come here. i am very glad it's here, especially since the NASA page has become almost totally opaque to me. i am visually disabled and Dyslexic. to use a computer for any length of time i need a black background and medium grey letters. no problem with my settings here, but on the NASA page, nothing i need to navigate shows up. so big thanks to the CICLOPS team for keeping an accessible web page.