I never get tired of videos like these. ;-) This one doesn’t show the actual touchdown (they don’t always get a good video of that; weather was an obstacle this time, as it was snowing) but it does do a great job of showing the crew extraction process.
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“A rainbow-like feature known as a ‘glory’ has been seen by ESA’s Venus Express orbiter in the atmosphere of our nearest neighbour… Rainbows and glories occur when sunlight shines on cloud droplets… Glories are only seen when the observer is situated directly between the Sun and the cloud particles that are reflecting sunlight. 71 more words
Gotta love pretty space photos, aka space porn.
Are you excited to see Neil deGrasse Tyson step solidly (and pretty literally) into the role of the 21st Century Carl Sagan?
Because I know I am. ;-)