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It took twelve years, but the Opportunity Rover has climbed up the edge of Knudsen Ridge on Mars. The view is great — steep ridges, a dramatic slope, and the far lip of Endeavour Crater shaping the horizon. The rover is … Continue reading

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(non-disaster) Geoscience items I linked to on various social media platforms: It took getting stuck in the Terrace Airport for me to finally discover the Earth Science Picture of the Day Singing sand dunes, paired up with Martian sands in … Continue reading

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Space-science items I’ve linked to on social media recently: Cosmology Primer for your Beginning & End of the Universe needs. Constructive interference is the concept that brings you rogue waves, acoustic beats, seiche, and MoirĂ© patterns. Now do that in … Continue reading

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Goodness Gracious Great Balls of Martian Meteorites!

Whoa.

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