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Jul 2011

The Countdown 7/11/2011

POSTED BY: S. DOMAGAL-GOLDMAN
 
Now that many of you are back from the 2011 Origins meeting, it’s time to get back into the swing of things… 3… Cold water holds more CO2 than warm water does. (Take note, those of you making their own carbonated drinks.) That has implications for the amount of carbon the oceans can store, which in turn has huge implications for what happens to carbon dioxide we emit. Unfortunately, decade-scale cycles have made it difficult to tease apart long-term trends....
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Jul 2011

STS-135 Space Shuttle Launch

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The final launch of NASA’s Space Shuttle Program. We’ll talk more about what this means for the future of human spaceflight in the near future. But that can wait. For now, let’s just sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. I’m sure the crew of STS-135 did.
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