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1610-2010 - Celebrating in Padova, Galileo's Jupiter discoveries
DrShank
post Jan 6 2010, 09:09 AM
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Greetings from Padova,
finally have a few free minutes and a high-speed connection. Im here for the "official" celebrations tonite and this week for the Galileo Jupiter discoveries 400 years ago. the weather is cold, probably not unlike that winter night when he first gazed on those cold orbs orbiting giant Jupiter. I have been busy uploading new videos and stills from a large collection of new flyovers of the Galileo satellites. It will take the rest of the day to get them all up, but there are some up now. just check the usual sites: stereomoons.blogspot.com and www.youtube.com/galsat400
Hope to have more to say after the reception tonite!
ciao
paolo

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SORRY - mistyped the video link earlier!
stereomoons.blogspot.com and www.youtube.com/galsat400
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