Image by NASA The oil spill as of Sunday, April 25.
Update April 27: Poor turnout today for a meeting in North Charleston about drilling off the coast of South Carolina.
First reporting: The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is still growing as fears of damage to the regions marine and coastal sea life grow (read: oysters, shrimp, crabs.)
As of late Monday it had grown to cover an area some 80 miles by 42 miles. That's a geographic size roughly equivalent to the coastline from Savannah to Charleston and inland to St. George.
File this one under: For future reference.