Hey Space Bloggers!
I don’t know about you, but um, lovely as Destination Nine is, I want to get back to Earth before the summer’s over — for those North Hemispherian’s anyway. And you South Hemispherian’s don’t want to miss spring, right? So here it is. Your final clue:
Galileo Galilei discovered Destination Nine in 1609, along with three other Jovian moons. Looking through his homemade telescope, Galileo must have seen something very much like this.
Here’s what Destination Nine looked like nearly 4 centuries later when photographed by the Earth ship named after its discoverer.
What a difference four centuries make, eh?
I’m pretty sure by now you all know where we are, so I’ll sign off until next post when we’ll wrap up our trip to Destination Nine.