CUTTING THE MILLENNIAL DIVIDE One of the most beautiful objects in the heavens is Saturn. It has 34 moons and one is called Titan, the second largest moon in our solar system. It was discovered in 1655, some 350 years ago. Beginning with Voyager 1 and Pioneer 11 in the late 1970s spacecraft have been taking photos of Saturn and its moons so that a great deal is now known about this planet and its systems. This is especially true since the most recent pass-over by the spacecraft Cassini in 2004 and the descent of the Huygens probe in 2005. A day on Titan is 16 Earth days.-Ron Price, “Internet Sites,” Pioneering Over Four Epochs, 26 September 2006. We were beginning to get a handle on Saturn and its 34 moons just as that long Seven Year Plan started: getting launched back in ’79. We were just beginning all those buildings on the Arc, impressive tapestry of beauty, when that Saturn program had its start and the voyage to Titan was well on its way when an unfolding magnificence of Terraces was helping us enjoy a coherence of vision and action that defined portentous events cutting across the millennial divide. We were learning things on Earth and in the heavens that would shed light on centuries to come and lift us slowly from forecasts of doom and a slough of despond. Ron Price September 26th 2006.