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Howdy readers!! now as the usually team for the weekly round up are busy in Houston, I’m going to continue the awesome work they’ve been doing… I hope 🙂 Houston Voyager has ‘left’ the Solar System!! Voyager-1 spacecraft (NASA) was … Continue reading
Tagged CMB, Curiosity, Ebb, ESA, Flow, grail, LPSC, LPSC 2013, NASA, Planck, plate tectonics, tectonic, voyager
The Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) is rapidly approaching! We’ve got a large contingent going to the conference this year which means several exciting things for you, our readers! Starting on Monday the 18th March, we will be posting … Continue reading
This week has been outstandingly busy here in the lab. We have been busy putting new parts on one of our spectrometers, shooting gold tubing with lasers (to hopefully work out a method of measuring the Hayabusa samples we are … Continue reading
Hello readers! With the New Year you may notice a series of changes to the blog – we managed to draw in an outstanding 22,000 number of hits last year (Coincidentally, also the number of man-made objects being tracked by … Continue reading