I am not sure whether you have ever wondered about my view from the office. Well, anyway, here it is. A telemetry antenna and, once at least, a rainbow.
Given this month’s science story, I thought that you might be interested in this image.
The rainbow’s secrets were discovered by Isaac Newton, by the way, who, if I understand it correctly, needed to grow up to the ripe age of 23 before conducting experiments on white sunlight which showed that one could split it up into the rainbow’s colours by means of a simple prism.
There. That was my quota of much too long sentences for this month.