Why Does JPL Take So long to Make Note of Amazing Saturn Images?

20 February 2005: NASA Cassini Image: Dione and Titan, SpaceRef

"This image was taken on February 18, 2005 and received on Earth February 19, 2005. The camera was pointing toward DIONE at approximately 1,267,945 kilometers away..."

17 March 2005: Art and Science, NASA JPL

"The image was taken in visible green light with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on Feb. 18, 2005, at a distance of approximately 1.3 million kilometers (808,000 miles) from Dione ..."

Editor's note: Here we go again: Why does it take JPL so long to get around to making note of all of these amazing images arriving from Saturn? Well, if you don't want to wait weeks for JPL to post them, just check out Saturn Today. We check daily for new images - and then make note of them - daily.

3 March 2005 NASA Watch Entry

NASA Cassini Image: Dione Eclipses Tethys as Seen From Cassini (posted on SpaceRef 22 February 2005)

"This image was taken on February 20, 2005 and received on Earth February 21, 2005. The camera was pointing toward Dione [with Tethys behind Dione] at approximately 1,497,164 kilometers away."

Cassini's Private Eclipse (posted by JPL on 3 March 2005)

Editor's note: Why does it take JPL so long to get around to making note of all of these amazing images arriving from Saturn? Well, if you don't want to wait weeks for JPL to post them, just check out Saturn Today. We check daily for new images - and then make note of them - daily.

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