Ultima Thule, people.
When the Sun was new, two objects locked in a tight, slow orbit collided at the speed of a typical "fender bender", and then stayed that way.
When a student driver tries to parallel park a satellite, it might look a little like this.
The probe will send higher res imagery in the coming months.
.....Ohhh, all right, all right!
Exclusive Merveilles Inverted edition, happy holidays ya nerds ⚗️
I keep forgetting I'd done this project, two years ago now. If you like chemistry, color, vector graphics and data visualizations, you might enjoy James Franklin Hyde's periodic table of elements from 1975:
My first resumes and portfolios had a little Flash toy of swirling DNA in the corner. I'm bringing it back, and incorporating my signature color palette into it. A media query hides it, and toggles its animation.
This sort of thing will always be more intuitive than me than basic CSS, skillset marketability be damned.
I forget whether I ever shared this on the Slack, so, here's some graphics I made based on Django Django's Marble Skies vid.
Revel in the marvels of the universe.