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30
Sep 2012

Sunday Riddle!

POSTED BY: JULIA DEMARINES
 
see if you can figure it out!
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29
Sep 2012

The Next Full Moon (tonight!) is the Harvest Moon

POSTED BY: S. DOMAGAL-GOLDMAN
 
Hey everyone! I’ve fallen off the face of the blogosphere lately as I’ve dealt with some family medical issues (all sorted out now!) and a scoop threat on a Science paper (submitted!). I’ll get back to posting soon – and back to coaxing co-bloggers into covering the latest and greatest in astrobiology and space sciences. For now, I give you this lunar cycle’s report on the skies from Gordon Johnston. It’s Harvest Moon time! Break out your pumpkin ales and....
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24
Sep 2012

@HabWorlds Twitter Digest, stardate 2012-09-17

POSTED BY: ARIELANBAR
 
Why Humans May Be the Biggest Hurdle for Interstellar Travel http://t.co/ENfCR4LN 14:21:35 NASA Cooks Up Icy Organics to Mimic Life's Origins http://t.co/UR1KAmR2 15:17:30 Newfound Alien Planet a Top Contender to Host Life http://t.co/tQ3E7agi 15:17:10 Comet may have exploded over Canada 12,900 years ago after all http://t.co/fq12YG2g 01:12:06 How life arose on Earth: Researchers brew up organics on ice http://t.co/im9AavrS 01:08:12 Curious About Mars Life: Q&A with Astrobiologist Chris McKay http://t.co/FImcwXHq 01:07:24 Studies slow the human DNA clock http://t.co/3xc8foOq 18:16:10 A....
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17
Sep 2012

The next best thing

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In recent days, Curiosity has been busy with self-inspections and calibration of its instrument suite. It has clocked about 150 meters and continues to work in good health. You might have already seen some photos of the red planet from this or past missions but prepare to be amazed by this impressive panorama. The Mars Science Laboratory might only sport a 2 Mega Pixel camera (so that it can send it photos in a reasonable time frame back to Earth), but thanks to the clever people at NASA....
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17
Sep 2012

@HabWorlds Twitter Digest, stardate 2012-09-10

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The Last Pictures: A Time-Capsule of Humanity in 100 Images Sent into Space for Eternity http://t.co/j4GnJ38E 19:07:40 100 Year Starship Symposium Kicks Off to Ponder Interstellar Travel http://t.co/JUKqPxcy 21:59:50 Habitable zone around stars might be larger we think http://t.co/vjmMfbX7 09:11:21 The Contrarian: Set Scientists Free to Create New Life-Forms http://t.co/LQRHCpGe 09:08:29 Mars Clays May Have Volcanic Source http://t.co/JKuthiAw 04:46:18 Enough wind to power global energy demand: New research examines limits, climate consequences http://t.co/gA36wDa9 04:45:45 If the Mars rover finds water,....
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10
Sep 2012

@HabWorlds Twitter Digest, stardate 2012-09-03

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Silver in Space: Metal Found to Form in Distinct Star Explosions http://t.co/mZCLRPBR 22:34:31 Keys Emerge To Mystery Of 'Junk' DNA http://t.co/nx9OFrD2 14:26:19 Ancient Human Kin’s DNA Code Illuminates Rise of Brains 21:36:27
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