Monthly Archives: April 2010

Everyone’s Explaining Eyjafjallajokull

I haven’t said any more about Iceland’s eruptions since everyone else is already explaining everything you need to know. If you want to hear about the Worst Case Scenario, that’s covered (and I still peg Yellowstone as a more likely … Continue reading

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Orbital Dynamics

I love orbital dynamics. The math & physics is beautiful, complex, and precise. I loved orbital dynamics when I first studied it as a wee physicist, but research into surficial cracks on Europa caught my heart and never let go. … Continue reading

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