The Little Twisters' Impact: Dust Devils
on Mars, James R. Carr
They're fun to watch play across a field, but little did we
know the role dust devils play in dust transport on our world.
now we can see them regularly on arid Mars, too.
Asteroids - Points and Stones, Lenka
Asteroids are the forgotten bodies in the Solar System - in
spite of their occasional calamitous interactions with larger
planetary relatives. Dedicated observational campaigns are now
bringing these bodies out of the murk.
Better or Worse: Reflections of an Eclipse-Chasing Family, Richard
H. Durisen, Annamaria Mecca, and Michael V. M. Durisen
Once one experiences the rush of totality during a solar eclipse,
one is forever trying to recapture it.
Twinkle-Free Stars: Astronomical Imaging
Without Atmospheric Blurring, Scott W. Teare and Ronald F. Dantowitz
At the core of many current adaptive optics systems is the attempt
to defeat the nagging blurring effects of Earth's atmosphere.
Here the investigators turn this problem to their advantage.
James C. White II
a Little Closer
of the Past, Katherine Bracher
on Education, Jeff Bennett
Reach for the Stars
Astrophysics, Stacy McGaugh and Eric Schulman
Modified Newtonian Dynamics
Loose Ends, Steven N. Shore
Finding a Supernova in History
Notebook, Christopher J. Conselice
Could Dark Matter be White?
Paul D. Lowman, Jr.
Astronomy from the Moon: A Second Look
SkyMap and SkyChat, Richard Talcott
Page, Richard M. Jones and Audrey T. Leath
Keeping Up with Science Policy