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Monday, June 20, 2005
Nine lives times ten years...

Wednesday, June 22, 2005
The tiny ship was tossed (and almost lost)...

Friday, June 24, 2005
Especially ones that crash back to Earth without making orbit...

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June 20, 2005: Kepler: "Garfield" turned 27 years old yesterday. When do cats die? Al: Artistically? Years ago. June 22, 2005: Kepler: A group called "The Planetary Society" just launched a solar sail into orbit. Mitch: What do you do with a solar sail? Skip: Ahoy, Dudes! Who wants to go on a three-hour tour? June 24, 2005: Will: I don't see why you want a solar sail. Skip: I'm a trillionaire, Dude! I need a great big yacht! Will: Skip, "Cosmos 1" only weighs 100 kilograms. Skip: So what is that? Sloop-sized? Maybe a skiff? Will: More like a dinghy. Skip: Ooo... chicks don't dig dinghies, Dude.