Thanks for posting, L. Scrat.
(Are you related....nah, can't be.)
Slightly off-topic (but still in outer space):
The Brits' Mars lander is scheduled to drop itself on the Red Planet on Christmas morning...
A British spacecraft the size of an open umbrella began the final leg of its mission to find life on Mars as it successfully broke free on Friday from the mother ship that has carried it 62 million miles from earth.
Beagle 2 parted from the Mars Express rocket and set off alone to cover the remaining distance to the Red Planet, where it should parachute down on Christmas morning and start broadcasting a tune by Britpop band Blur.
In the intervening days, it will be out of touch with earth because the radio it carries is too small to cover the distance.
"We can confirm that we have Beagle 2 separation," said Mike McKay, flight director of the mission, talking to a gathering of scientists in London by video link from the headquarters of the European Space Agency in Darmstadt, Germany.
The first sign scientists will have of the success or failure of their project will be when either Mars Express or the U.S. Mars mission rocket Mars Odyssey -- both carrying powerful radios -- enters Mars orbit, antennae straining for the Blur tune.
Should be some interesting pictures from that.