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2012: The storm at the top of the worldSaturnMaking a close pass by the north pole of the planet Saturn - roughly the same distance as the average distance between Earth and its moon - NASA's Cassini space probe captures unprecedented images of a hurricane-like storm vortex at the planet's pole. With a diameter nearly as wide as the continental United States, the north polar vortex reveals vertical relief of various cloud features for the first time, and spins rapidly at the center of a hexagonal cloud feature nearly twice as wide as Earth itself. See a more detailed animation in Scribblings

2002: Enterprise: Vanishing PointEnterpriseThe 35th episode of the Star Trek prequel spinoff Enterprise premieres on UPN. More about Star Trek: Enterprise in the LogBook

1996: Voyager: The Q and the GrayStar Trek: VoyagerUPN airs the 52nd episode of Star Trek: Voyager. John de Lancie guest stars. More about Star Trek: Voyager in the LogBook

1995: Voyager: ResistanceStar Trek: VoyagerUPN airs the 27th episode of Star Trek: Voyager. More about Star Trek: Voyager in the LogBook

1995: Star Trek: DS9: Our Man BashirStar Trek: Deep Space NineThe week-long national syndication window opens for the 80th episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The episode's parody of the James Bond franchise reportedly draws a legal threat from the Bond rights holders. More about Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in the LogBook

1995: Babylon 5: Passing Through GethsemaneBabylon 5The week-long national syndication window opens for the 48th episode of J. Michael Straczynski's science fiction series Babylon 5. Brad Dourif guest stars. More about Babylon 5 in the LogBook

1989: STS-33DiscoverySpace Shuttle Discovery lifts off on 1989's fifth and final shuttle launch, delivering a classified Defense Department payload into orbit on a five-day mission. Aboard Discovery are Commander Frederick Gregory, Pilot John Blaha, and mission specialists Story Musgrave, Manley Carter, and Kathryn Thornton.

1989: Alien Nation: Chains Of LoveAlien NationFox Network premieres the 11th episode of Alien Nation. Ted Raimi (Joxer of Xena: Warrior Princess fame, and brother of Evil Dead and Spider-Man director Sam Raimi) makes one of his earliest TV appearances in this episode. More about Alien Nation in the LogBook

1980: Soyuz T-3Soyuz T-3Soyuz T-3 lifts off from the Soviet Union's Baikonur Cosmodrome launch complex, carrying the first three-man Soviet space crew since the early days of the Soyuz in 1971. Cosmonauts Leonid Kizim, Oleg Makarov and Gennady Strekalov also become the first three-man space station crew since the ill-fated crew of the first Salyut. Over a period of nearly two weeks, the crew conducts extensive repairs and upgrades to Salyut 6, readying the station for its next long-duration crew before departing on December 10th.

1976: Ark II: The Mind GroupArk IICBS airs the 12th episode of Filmation's live-action Saturday morning science fiction series Ark II. Malachai Throne (Star Trek) guest stars. More about Ark II in the LogBook

1975: Space: 1999: A Matter Of Life And DeathSpace: 1999The 13th episode of Gerry Anderson's space adventure series Space: 1999, A Matter Of Life And Death premieres on British broadcaster ITV. More about Space: 1999 in the LogBook

1965: Doctor Who: Devil’s PlanetDoctor WhoThe 93rd episode of Doctor Who airs on the BBC. This is part three of the mammoth 12-part story now collectively known as The Daleks' Master Plan. This episode is missing from the BBC's archives. More about Doctor Who in the LogBook Order VWORP!1 from theLogBook.com Media

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