Did I say "stunning"? Yes. Watch.
My comments are at http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/2012/04/30/mesmerizing-time-lapse-of-saturn-and-jupiter-from-spacecraft/
Do a barrel roll - http://bit.ly/uT7a9E
Google Sphere - http://bit.ly/uXfgyO
Epic Google - http://bit.ly/uGANwB
Google Gravity - http://bit.ly/nLGzd1
Tilt - http://bit.ly/vNtlSn
Google Loco - http://bit.ly/urU8vW
Google Gothic - http://bit.ly/v2VhZm
Google Pacman - http://bit.ly/s1nNin
Google Guitar - http://bit.ly/uiJKH1
Google Pirate - http://bit.ly/tNQmEa
Google Rainbow - http://bit.ly/uNc4cy
Google Reverse - http://bit.ly/vL87YT
This has been sitting on my bookmarks folder for a while now. Enjoy.
ERRATA: I said that 46% of all children who died between Aug 2010 and Aug 2011 were healthy kids. The correct number is even higher: 49% of the 115 children who died were healthy children without significant flu risks. My apologies for any confusion.
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