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‘a saga about “bitches”’,
- the archetype of a what is considered a “bitch” or a “bitchy” person explored…
could be some wack movie with a title like that, anywhoo - essentially the beginning of the photoshoot, the introduction you might say ;)

liqxr being the star in this aesthetic based hell :)

MESSENGER, the space probe that discovered water on Mercury and has been circling the planet for four years, will take a swan dive at the end of the month in hopes of discovering something about weathering on the surface.

According to Space.com, “the probe’s observations have helped scientists construct the best-ever maps of the planet, and MESSENGER confirmed that carbon-containing organic compounds and water ice exist inside the permanently shadowed craters near Mercury’s poles.”

But ground controllers will set MESSENGER up for a suicide mission with a final orbital correction on April 24.

The crash-landing will occur six days later on April 30, forming an impact crater on the Mercury (already the most-cratered planet in the Solar System).

Mercury Probe Set For Crash-Landing On April 30

Photo Credit: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institute of Washington/NASA

“I soon felt that strange and mysterious sensation which is awakened in the mind when looking down from lofty hilltops, and now I was able to do so without any feeling of nervousness, having fortunately hardened myself to that kind of sublime contemplation. I wholly forgot who I was, and where I was. I became intoxicated with a sense of lofty sublimity, without thought of the abysses into which my daring was soon about to plunge me.”
― Jules Verne


This woman put men on the moon

Margaret Hamilton is credited with coining the term “software engineering”. In this field she was one of those who developed the concepts of asynchronous software, priority scheduling, end-to-end testing, and human-in-the-loop decision capability, such as priority displays which then became the foundation for ultra reliable software design.

Yet, the struggle for human equality persists to this day. Any stereotyping based on arbitrary categorization could play its part in holding all of humanity back from realizing our full potential

So when will we make the next giant leap for humankind  ?