It’s time to celebrate, blog readers! We’ve just reached another milestone on the OWL blog. That milestone? The post you’re reading is the 400th one published since we started this thing way back in February, 2008. Three cheers for us, am I right?
Just think, blog readers: if you embarked to read one post a day it would take you over a year to get through the entire archive. That’s a lot of reader art, interviews, and movie news. A lot of mailbags, reverse mailbags, and awesome videos!
In honour of this momentous occasion, I give you a YouTube clip I really meant to give you on May 7 (Astronomy Day). Check it out:
Wow! I mean, it’s one thing to know that Jupiter is a whole lot bigger than the Moon (and the Earth, for that matter), but it’s another thing to see and feel just how much bigger it is. Amazing! Also: humbling!
Finally, speaking of “humbling,” I just wanted to say again that I couldn’t do the blog without you guys. You’re the best, and I’m truly humbled by your comments and continued involvement.
Happy milestone, bloggers!