"Saturn's ''wispy'' moon Dione lies in front of the cratered surface of the moon Tethys, as seen by the Cassini spacecraft."
Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
Today on BoingBoing, "Shinmoedake erupts: lava, ash and lightning over Japan"
"Lightning dances in Shinmoedake's volcanic plume, the eruption having already led Japanese authorities to call on those living nearby to evacuate."
Image Credit: Minami-Nippon Shimbun
Earth Snapshot has a satellite image of Mexico Released today with vibrant color. Nice eye candy. "Sediment-Laden Laguna de Términos, Mexico"
"The Laguna de Términos (Términos Lagoon) is made up of a series of rich, sediment-laden lagoons and tidal estuaries connected by two channels to the Bay of Campeche in the southern part of Gulf of Mexico, in the southwestern part of the Mexican state of Campeche"
Image Credit: Chelys
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