• September 06, 2010
Coincidentally, two new images of Neptune were posted today, from two very different sources.
• April 23, 2010
Tomorrow is the 20th anniversary of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope. It's hard to believe it's been going strong for so many years.
• January 20, 2010
The second report by Ted Stryk from the New Horizons science team meeting, focusing on the search for Kuiper belt object (KBO) targets.
• December 17, 2009
Proteus is a weird name for this world. It's the second-largest moon of Neptune, and so it's named (as are all of Neptune's moons) for deities associated with the sea.
• December 10, 2009
Welcome to the tenth post in my "Advent Calendar" -- I am opening a door each day on a different world in the solar system, and I'll be continuing to do so until New Year's Day.
• March 14, 2008
I spent a large portion of the day at the Lunar and Planetary Institute's library and presented my own poster during the poster sessions, so my coverage of Thursday's sessions is limited.
• July 18, 2007
I've just posted a news story on a recently published paper that suggests that Pluto's moon Charon may have active ice volcanoes.
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