❛ I'm not sure if anyone passed on the comments we received at Frankfurt Book Fair. Reader's Digest said that Where Did Pluto Go? was the best manuscript they'd received in years, which is praise indeed. So, thank you again for such an exceptional job, and let's do some more in the near future!
Saturn's icy moon Enceladus looks as if it is trying to get away as geyser-like
jets blast from its South polar region. Photo taken from NASA's Cassini space
probe in orbit around Saturn. (No higher resolution available).
Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
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