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More New Looks at Mercury from MESSENGER | Universe Today

Posted in amateur astronomy, astro blogs, Mercury, MESSENGER, NASA, observing, robotic astronomy, space with tags on October 1, 2009 by bellaireastro

There is a post over at Universe Today all about the MESSENGER mission to Mercury and the latest and greatest photos of the under-explored planet.

Universe Today: More New Looks at Mercury from MESSENGER

Bright spot on Mercury. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington

Check out the paw print made from craters. Cool….

Craters form a paw print on Mercury. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington

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Mercury and MESSENGER – The Big Picture

Posted in Mercury, MESSENGER, observing, robotic astronomy, space, The Big Picture with tags , , on June 8, 2009 by bellaireastro

Mercury and MESSENGER – The Big Picture – Boston.com.

Awesome photo blog “The Big Picture” often shows fantastic astronomy photography and the entry all about the MESSENGER mission to the planet Mercury is no exception. Check out these incredible Mercury photos.

You won’t find any of these in textbooks yet either. Enjoy!