Monthly Archives: September 2012

Over the Moon

Thierry Legault is an amateur astrophotographer whose work I have admired for a long time. This lunar photo of his will serve as a good example for those of you who have never heard of him or seen his work … Continue reading

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What’s That Glow?

What’s that glow? Over the past several years, Mark Weller and I have collaborated on a project where we’ve been capturing the Milky Way over visually interesting landscapes in northern Wisconsin. For the past four years, this trek has taken … Continue reading

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Gear heads

  NASA/JPL’s Mars rover Curiosity landed successfully on Mars early last month. Famously expensive and technologically sophisticated, a mission like this is a true marvel. One mission scientist, when challenged by a journalist to justify the staggering 2+ billion dollar … Continue reading

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