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Summer Science Program 2013

I’m heading to New Mexico to chat with Summer Science Program students, alumni, and stray members of the public for the Open House this weekend. If you’re in Socorro and want to talk about disasters, science fiction, and highly non-linear … Continue reading

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Summer Science Program

Do you know science-inclined high school students who would love a chance to work themselves into exhaustion this summer? The Summer Science Program teaches physics, mathematics, astronomy, and computer science while setting students on telescopes to monitor and collect data … Continue reading

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Geology is a Murder Mystery

Research is all about investigating mysteries, trying to understand the What, When, Where, and How of the universe (not the Why — motivation is a question for philosophy). My very first research project was observing and writing an orbital determination … Continue reading

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