Wednesday, July 25, 2012

But You Will Never Know the Wonders I've Seen

I was a huge fan of Farscape when it was on, now with the magic of Netflix I've been catching up on past episodes.  Really one of the best sci-fi shows on TV.

There are clouds on the horizon and a cold front on the way, but we've only received 0.11" of rain this month and everything is parched.  There is only a 30% chance of rain. Hope for the best.

Instead of pictures of scorched earth and dying corn stalks, something a little different.

Space Stuff per

Mercury is the closest planet to the sun and has a thin atmosphere, no air pressure and an extremely high temperature.

Source All about our solar system, outer space and exploration

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