The author of #1 bestseller The Martian is back with Artemis, a superbly-researched, rollicking adventure in the first city on the Moon. You might win a copy of the book in the new What’s Up space trivia contest. Emily Lakdawalla has returned from the 2017 Division for Planetary Sciences meeting with several reports on the process of planetary science and the vital element of creativity in all of science.
- The Martian author Andy Weir’s new novel, Artemis
- 2015 Conversation with Andy Weir about The Martian
- #DPS17: Wobbling the Moon and art by James Tuttle Keane
- Chop Shop Planetary Society Store
This week's question:
What are Bok Globules?
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Last week's question:
What is the current designation for the first-ever interstellar asteroid to be identified by astronomers? Its discovery was announced just days ago. The object was originally misidentified and named.
The answer will be revealed next week.
Question from the week before:
Where are the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) gravitational wave detectors located?
The LIGO gravitational wave detectors are located in Livingston, Louisiana and Hanford, Washington.