Strange reflections on dwarf planet Ceres


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#2

Ceres or Rupert? Can you get an interview with Tricia McMillan?


#3

All these worlds are yours. Just please, let Ceres alone, OK? (something wonderful is about to happen)


#4

Don’t worry about that… The messages are for me, Ceres is my last name. All’s well, no need for alarm.


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#6

I’m sure it will be something boring and pedestrian – like a previously unknown geological process that will really make us rethink a lot of things about early planetary formation revealed to us only through the use of a robotic probe that’s traveled a good fraction of a billion miles on a revolutionary propulsion system and beams this information, unmetered, to the entire human race.

Yawn.


#7

Beware the Space Magpies. They are attracted to bright, shiny objects.

Apparently Magpies don’t like shiny things here on earth.

But Space Magpies, that’s another matter.


#9

Nice reversal. Reading the summary in my feed reader I thought “Well that doesn’t sound very much like the conspiracy theorists I know.”


#10

Two. Giant. Eyes.


#11

Headlights


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#13

Utini!


#14

Having just read H. G. Wells’ War of the Worlds, I can say with authority that what you see looks exactly like the launch of alien invaders on their way to destroy London.


#15

Uh-oh. Reminds me of Pollux IV in Who Mourns for Adonais?
They’ve been waiting for us.


#16

That darn Katz!


#17

<sarcasm>
It’s got to be artificial. I mean, those two dots are on a perfectly straight line. What are the odds that two points will be on a perfectly straight line? THINK ABOUT IT. </sarcasm>


#18

I have spent a goodly portion of today arguing with people just like that. I swear, someone needs to confiscate my internet…


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#20

If that’s salt, the dark spots must be pepper?


#21

Just a space skeeter that got smooshed on the camera lens – good thing that the solar wind burns that shit right off.