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Halloween 2008 - So Is THAT where Elvis Went?
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Halloween 2008 - So Is THAT where Elvis Went?
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  Cassini imaging scientists have used a little-known camera filter carried by Cassini's cameras to penetrate the Titan haze and capture a rare look at mysterious carvings hidden on the moon's surface. The resemblance to a long-dead popular terrestrial musical artist has not gone unnoticed, and has resurrected old suspicions of his continued, present-day existence.

(Happy Halloween!... from all of us at CICLOPS.)

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Credit: Space Science Institute
Released: October 31, 2008
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VAE (Oct 31, 2008 at 9:39 AM):
THE HALLOWEEN PICTURE IS PRETTY COOL; CAUGHT ME A LITTLE OFF GUARD. THE PUMPKIN PICTURE SORT OF REMINDS ME OF AN EPISODE OF THE "OUTER LIMITS" CALLED "WOLF 359". A SCIENTIST TRIED TO GROW A PLANET ON EARTH AND AS IT EVOLVED, THIS LIFE FORCE (AN EVIL ONE) WOULD COME OUT AND STARE UP AT THEM FROM THE GLASS ENCLOSURE THE PLANET WAS IN. IT WAS AVERY MENACING BAT-LIKE CREATURE. THE FACE OF THE PUMPKIN SORT OF REMINDED ME OF THAT. I WONDER IF TITAN HAS ANY OF THESE FOLKS? KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AT CICLOPS. REALLY ENJOY THE SITE.

SINCERELY,

VON EHMAN

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