Photography From Space

April 21st, 2009

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I know this is not exactly jazz photography, but if you have an interest in photographs from outer space, check out the Boston Globe’s web blog “The Big Picture”
Here is a brief excerpt……”NASA’s Cassini spacecraft is now a nearly a year into its extended mission, called Cassini Equinox (after its initial 4-year mission ended in June, 2008). The spacecraft continues to operate in good health, returning amazing images of Saturn, its ring system and moons, and providing new information and science on a regular basis. The mission’s name, “Equinox” comes from the upcoming Saturnian equinox in August, 2009, when its equator (and rings) will point directly toward the Sun.
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The mission’s name, “Equinox” comes from the upcoming Saturnian equinox in August, 2009, when its equator (and rings) will point directly toward the Sun. Go to the Big picture and see the rest of the 24 photos they have posted there.

Blog Post by Seattle photographer Daniel Sheehan, a photojournalist specializing in photojournalism and portrait photography for publications and corporations and a Seattle wedding photographer with an unobtrusive, story-telling approach creating award winning Seattle wedding photography and wedding photojournalism.
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