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More Blogs: Kaguya's launch, and Stars Above

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

12-09-2007 11:19 CDT


There are two new blogs I'd like to point you to. First, Tyler Nordgren has sent in a post from the next stop on his Stars Above, Earth Below trip, in which he searches (with only limited success) for the namesake landforms of Glacier National Park.

And we're also delighted to announce that Cherilynn Morrow, who is the international education and public outreach lead for NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission, is sending us blogs from Japan, where she has traveled to witness the launch of Kaguya (SELENE).

There was another release from JAXA today, announcing that they do plan to go forward with the launch on September 14, 2007, at 10:31:01 JST / 01:31:01 UTC / September 13 18:01:01 PDT.

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