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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 29, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Mew tews December voyager camera sees piattern of weather on planet Uranus AP A catttera aboard the Voyager 2 spacecraft has photographed the first hints of a weather pattern on and scientists say they might be seeing an Icy fog over the planets south It Is the first time we have seen any detail In the atmosphere from our Voyager television camera Im said Ellis deputy pro ject scientist at the National Aeronautics and Space Administra tions Jet Propulsion Voyager 2 was launched In ex plored Jupiter in Saturn in 1981 and will have its closest encounter with Uranus on when it flies within about miles of the solar systems thirdlargest On Voyager 2 will be billion miles from Earth and million miles from Uranus as It speeds toward that planet at project manager Dick Laeser One of the probes two telephoto television cameras photographed the apparent weather pattern In the Ura nian atmosphere in late Since JPL scientists have privately debated whether the pat tern really exists or Is simply a pro duct of extreme computer processing and photo We are beginning to we with heavy some hints of atmospheric weather Laeser said Im not con vinced its We need to convince But Miner said Were fairly con fident that the pattern Is The in terpretation that its caused by Is highly speculative at this The pattern appears as a dark area around the planets south which Is facing the sun unlike Earth and most other Uranus lies on its Encircling the dark polar area Is a grayish which in turn Is surrounded by a whitish Miner Miner said the dark and gray areas may be caused because a haze high In the atmosphere above the south pole reflects much less light than the underlying gases in the planets at The haze would probably be Ice particles high In the he It would be like a Laeser and Miner said it would be pointless to release the latest photographs because the pattern Is almost impossible to although they hope to distribute higher quality photos within a few a gaseous planet miles in is 64 times bigger than Earth but only 14 Vie times as Laeser said scientists know very little about the planets Miner said It is believed to consist mostly of gaseous compounds of oxygen and perhaps which surround a relatively small liquid or solid After its encounter with Voyager 2 will continue toward an en counter with Neptune In August Its Voyager also explored to uHexplofed space above the plane Jupiter and but Is soaring In of the Bank gives Kennedy loan NOW OPEN Cars of Class 750 Riuk New Texts 78130 5126292977 ELECTRICAL Trouble Shooting to Complete Stock or FABRICATION RESTORATION OF Kit Street Classic and CARE MAINTENANCE OF YOUR DAILY TRANSPORTATION Air Conditioning Installed in any Vehicle Welding and Fabrication Diesel Conversions 171 Locator Service for Antique Parts Collector Cars Bought and Sold BOSTON AP The Bank of New England gave swift approval to a loan to Joseph Kennedy II to buy a house in the district where he is running for bank officials Kennedy also was allowed to put down percent of his own money for the loan instead of the regularly required 5 percent because he had pledged to make in im provements to the the bankers Kennedy announced 4 he was moving from his Marshfield home to the 8th congressional district to be a candidate next year for the seat be ing vacated by House Speaker Thomas Tip Under state congressional candidates are not required to live in the district where they Kennedy applied for the loan and an agreement to buy a house in the citys Brighton section the day he announced for The Boston Herald reported The loan was ap proved two weeks The bank secured the loan with a mortgage the newspaper Customers seeking conventional residential mortgages are told by Bank of New England that applica tions take five weeks to be although in some cases the time can be shortened to three weeks if the customer pays the attorney fees up the Herald Bank officials said Kennedys loan took less time because he was seek ing a personal not a Some shortterm loans like this canibe done in 24 said Tim Heart patient irhproving MINNEAPOLIS AP Doctors treating the first female artificial heajt recipient said Saturday they wee pleased with her neurological imjirovements but would do further tests to determine the cause of her Mary remained in critical but stable condition 10 days after receiving a mini Jarvik7 Although she is still in a light her neurological state has im prqyed said Frederick spokesman for the Min neapolis Heart Institute at Abbott Northwestern On several occasions she responded to voices by opening her She appears to be mqre had been opening her eyes whjm people talked to her for three daps after the 18 said Mljrk another hospital Doctors became con when that ability dlMDneared during the next ilts of a CAT scan Friday to Lunds neurological and to study electrical activity in her both Gobel indicates no sign ol strokes or other structural and 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