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John Wilkerson

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Apple’s announcement of the iPhone X was a bit underwhelming but Cassini’s “grand finale” left me grinning from ear-to-ear.

In this episode of The Wired Homeschool I’ll share my initial reaction to the iPhone X, go over Cassini’s grand finale, and talk about how the two are closely related.

Links mentioned in the podcast:

Through the Eyes of Cassini – Free NASA ebook about the Cassini mission to Saturn.
iPhone X vs. iPhone 8 Plus and 8 vs. iPhone 7 Plus and 7: What’s the difference? – CNet article with specs and additional commentary.

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