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Moonsday Madness: Iapetus

The Greek Titan Iapetus is probably remembered more for the actions of sons than his own mythos. As one of the primal gods, he was a brother to Cronus (Saturn), and the uncle of Zeus. 765 more words

Mythology

Iapetus: Saturn's Stained Moon

Saturn’s “yin-yang” moon Iapetus (pronounced eye-AH-pe-tus) is seen in this image, a color composite made from raw images acquired by Cassini’s narrow-angle camera on March 11, 2017. 195 more words

Space

Iapetus: Progressive Melodeath

Ok, so I’m a sucker for cool names and unusual titles.  Whatever melodeath is, I don’t have a clue.  But, the word intrigues me.

An email from the band states: “Iapetus is not a project based on any desire for fame or monetary success – we’re just two dudes who love making music, and who want people to hear and connect with what we’ve made. 22 more words

Progressive Rock

Folding

Ocean to mountain –

Now a riverside pathway ~

Folding space and time.

Poetry

Book Review: The Monuments Of Mars – A City On The Edge Of Forever


BreakawayConsciousness
Zy Marquiez
September 7, 2016

The Monuments Of Mars – A City On The Edge Of Forever by Richard C. Hoagland is a phenomenal expedition into much maligned subject of space oddities du jour. 404 more words

Daily Musings

On this Day in History

On this Day in History in 1671: Giovanni Cassini discovers Iapetus, satellite of Saturn.

October 25 - Iapetus

Iapetus, the third largest moon of Saturn, was discovered on October 25th, 1671, by Giovanni Cassini, and is a weird old place for a couple of reasons. 214 more words

Astronomy