Every wonder where you’ll get your next inspiration from?
I got a lot of my inspiration from my dad and his dad, my Grampa Meyer. So, for an early father’s day — make that a father’s day week — I think I’ll tell ’em both a story and take them for a ride 800,000 miles away. Enjoy, Dad and Grampa!
In 2004, a cold, hardened detective named Cassini discovered one of history’s largest and most emotional works of art — so massive and in a place so far away, it would remain forever where it was found. Good thing Cassini had a very good camera on hand.
Music Track: 2 Ghosts I, Ghosts I – IV by Nine Inch Nails
The footage in this little film was captured by NASA with the Cassini Imaging Science System. Cassini completed its initial four-year mission to explore Saturn in June 2008. Its extended mission, called the Cassini Equinox Mission, was finished in September 2010. Today, Cassini is seeking to make exciting new discoveries in a mission called the Cassini Solstice Mission.
As designer and director, Chris Abbas pointed out on www.giantkillerpandas.com , Carl Sagan said it best: “Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” I have a feeling my father and his dad already know how true this is.
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