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Jan 2014

“Wait til’ next year.”

POSTED BY: S. DOMAGAL-GOLDMAN
 
Here are my thoughts after my most recent proposal rejection. A lot of this comes from my time at NASA Headquarters, watching program managers run their review panels to maximize the usefulness of the summary reviews. 1. Your review will inherently feel like a 1-way conversation, but that is an illusion. The most helpful comments, constructive critiques or requests for specific details, will help you write a better proposal the next time you submit it. The worst comments, factually incorrect....
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15
Jan 2014

The Next Full Moon is the Wolf Moon

POSTED BY: S. DOMAGAL-GOLDMAN
 
Shawn here… I’m still buried in a nightmare of a paper. But it’s almost done and I promise (no, really!) that I’ll be blogging more once that’s in press. But I can’t justify spending more time on blogging while a critical paper is so close to being finished. The problem is it’s been that close for a loooong time. In the meantime, enjoy this month’s update on the moon and other astronomical stuff from Gordon Johnston… apologies for the stuff....
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