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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

CERES, BITCH

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- Thu, 26 Feb 2015 04:28:40 EST uyuUt0io No.55065
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LOOK AT THIS FUCKING THING
HOW NEAT
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Annie Cannon - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 11:04:01 EST h1NupmlQ No.55070 Reply
>>55069
Or, even more novel, a form of cryovolcanism. Now wouldnt that be neat.
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Galileo Galilei - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 21:49:22 EST XJHlYsmW No.55092 Reply
>>55070

Cryovolcanism isn't new, we've seen it on Enceladus and probably on Europa and Titan, too.
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Russel Hulse - Wed, 04 Mar 2015 15:49:05 EST jGLzk50k No.55097 Reply
>>55065
This is pretty fucking neat
Whatever it may be, it looks interesting to the layman like myself

I guess we'll have a better idea on friday (?)
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Stephen Hawking - Fri, 06 Mar 2015 14:16:37 EST jGLzk50k No.55108 Reply
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http://www.nasa.gov/press/2015/march/nasa-spacecraft-becomes-first-to-orbit-a-dwarf-planet/index.html#.VPn4fXysWrj

It's in orbit!
I would be lying, if i said i wasn't excited most about the bright spots.
Seems like it's a bit of a wait still, until we get clearer images, though.
It's pretty fucking cool nevertheless

"The most recent images received from the spacecraft, taken on March 1 show
Ceres as a crescent, mostly in shadow because the spacecraft's trajectory put it on a side of Ceres that faces away from the sun until mid-April. When Dawn emerges from Ceres' dark side, it will deliver ever-sharper images as it spirals to lower orbits around the planet."
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Fred Whipple - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 17:06:39 EST l/7F60uv No.55258 Reply
>>55092
I think you're defining the word "novel" too strictly. I'd consider any form of cryovolcanism to be novel because the evidence itself is relatively new and much of it is based on indirect observation.

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