Friday, March 10, 2006

It's really nice out . . .

. . . here in New York. Or wait, is it going to rain? Before it does, why not wallow in the pleasures of a new* Mr. Saturnhead, hand-picked for fair-weather enjoyment?

Plus there's genuine Saturn news—on the front page of the Times, we learn that "plumes of ice crystals" have been detected near the south pole of Saturn's fourth-largest moon, Enceladus. "Pockets of liquid" near the surface might mean . . . extraterrestrial life! Don't attack us, please.


*By "new," of course, we mean 15 years old.


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