New stuff on the website
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla
24-09-2007 14:39 CDT
A roundup of a bunch of new stuff to check out on The Planetary Society's website:
- I just posted a new "Stars Above" blog entry by Tyler Nordgren, where he visits Acadia National Park in Maine to think about the tides. Gee, what a coincidence that he's in Maine to see the leaves turn...I am still jealous of Tyler's idea for this yearlong project.
- Today's Planetary Radio show features Buzz Aldrin, Shana Dale, Peter Diamandis, Elon Musk, and Larry Page on the Google Lunar X Prize. And I don't believe I ever posted a link to last week's show, featuring an interview with Cassini imaging team associate Tilmann Denk, who planned (and exulted in) the Cassini flyby of Iapetus.
- We have a new weekly Mars Trivia Contest running in association with Discovery Channel Canada. Tell your friends! And check out news stories on a possible source of the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs; a test of a Mars life experiment; and Neptune's warm south pole.
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