After a flurry of rumors that Curiosity discovered something that mission scientist John Grotzinger said would be "for the history books", the internet has settled down into an odd blend of anticipation and disappointment about what will be revealed on Dec. 3. Here's a bit of speculation about what will be revealed...
We're approaching another full moon, which means another update on lunar and other celestial happenings from my local guru, Gordon Johnston. Read on for his tips on things to look for in the skies for the next four weeks. Thanks, Gordon!
- Nice Illustration that Organics =/= Life. Astronomers Find Hydrocarbon in the Horsehead Nebula - http://t.co/q3CFHOsD 21:37:17
- Ancient 'computer' yielding some secrets http://t.co/9Mlhkjjh 14:32:41
- APOD: 2012 November 25 - Dark Sand Cascades on Mars http://t.co/LM2P8c1w 14:14:42
- Rocky exoplanets may be 'squishy'
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- NASA's Kepler Completes Prime Mission, Begins Extended Mission http://t.co/YB16Rw6v 22:16:25
- A Galaxy Far, Far Away is Furthest in Universe http://t.co/79Tozvms 22:16:06
- Mars Mission Instrument Package Delivered http://t.co/BXCNWcjG 22:15:29
- Life in the Clouds. http://t.co/cpbP2igS 01:00:55
- Curiosity Rover's Chemistry
- Possible Habitable World in a Six-Planet System http://t.co/M6HzOMxu 21:48:42
- Super-Earth joins ranks in life-supporting zone http://t.co/0xoAwNIz 07:29:03
- How Brainless Slime Molds Redefine Intelligence http://t.co/QN72gfh9 20:12:25
- Venus Express: ESA's 1st Mission to Venus http://t.co/LI2HhYrP 21:22:23
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