science bits

A long hiatus, but a short recap of some recent science topics:  Giant plumes aren’t what you make, crashing on the moon… but LCROSS still got the data (congratulations, Rick!).  Using bacteria to render radioactive materials inert and to recover usable uranium from contaminated water. Finally, two words: mouse levitation.

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Why do you think there is so much acrimony about the cost of space exploration? It seems to me that lunar research might not be the most beneficial work at the moment. Methinks there must be more suitable projects (ie Mars, Jupiter)?

October 11th, 2009 at 2:55 am

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