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Oct 2012

October Episode of Beers with Blue Marble Space

POSTED BY: S. DOMAGAL-GOLDMAN
 
Remember hearing a while ago that some folks where talking about mining asteroids for a profit? Wondering if that was doable, or just crazy talk? Well… in this month’s podcast from the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science, Dr. Michael Busch talks about just how crazy that idea is (or isn’t) below.
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Oct 2012

@HabWorlds Twitter Digest, stardate 2012-10-01

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Enceladus: A better bet than Mars? http://t.co/dzTrnBv1 08:11:52 ‘Arsenic-life’ bacterium prefers phosphorous after all http://t.co/0Tg25hHQ 23:42:58 Astronomers Discover Huge Comet Hurtling Towards Us http://t.co/IvOePxCw 01:20:54 Asteroid Dust To Fight Climate Change on Earth? : Discovery News http://t.co/Y9c0di9o 01:19:50 Hot Mars. http://t.co/c8BDp4eN 16:02:07 Water Once Ran on Mars http://t.co/9kWQ9k2t 15:58:44 Curious About Mars: Q&A With Curiosity Rover Scientist http://t.co/n66l4zmu 15:58:18
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06
Oct 2012

FameLab: Exploring Earth and Beyond

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FameLab is back! This time, NASA’s Astrobiology Program is partnering with the wonderful folks at National Geographic to expand the fields we’re covering in the event. So if your research is related to the four branches of NASA’s science mission directorate (heliophysics, planetary science, astrophysics, or Earth sciences)… OR is related to National Geographic’s research and grants-giving wing you’re eligible! Come tell us all about your efforts to explore Earth and beyond! Here’s the official announcement: CALLING ALL EARLY CAREER....
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Oct 2012

@HabWorlds Twitter Digest, stardate 2012-09-24

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A river ran through it. Martian rocks reveal that rover is driving through dried-up stream bed http://t.co/spP8LHac 00:14:32 Deepest Ever Hubble View: "History of the Universe in a Single Image" http://t.co/pEAZEm0K 00:12:35 Beyond-the-moon base stirs up buzz http://t.co/i9dOCprJ 02:14:43 Ocean on Jupiter's Moon Europa Likely Deep Underground http://t.co/ay8rQit9 23:46:16
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