NASA's Messenger spacecraft is closing on Mercury for a second fly-by, during which it will snap 1,200 images of the planet's remaining unseen surface. Artist's impression of Messenger at Mercury. Image: NASA/APL Back in January, Messenger's initial visit returned some nice photos of roughly 20 per cent of Mercury's hitherto …
Does this mean we're going to get Google Mercury?
It's simply OVERRUN on Mercury. *We're* going through the ice plumes of Enceladus again this year -- next week, actually.
They should have called it Freddie.
...Freddie gay, and not bi?
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