G’day. I’ve been posting more than I have last week, and so here and on two other sites, I’ll post once each to finish off the week. I’ve been testing my limits, and it’s proven informative and useful. Given time, or rather, making time, I’ve seen that I can post fairly often in a week without being P.Z. Myers or the blogging staff of the Skepchick sister sites.
This is cool, but I’ll have to fit study into this as well, which will have an effect on blog posting. Well, this last Thursday, I’ve deleted my copy of Talking Tom, on my iPad, as I’ve reached my in-game goal of raising the Pseudo-Eccles, the Quasi-Eccles, the Diet-Coke-Of-Eccles to full adulthood from a kitten.
That’s now one less thing to distract me when work is needed, but I’ll admit it was fun while it was lasted. I got my money’s worth. Will I maintain my posting schedule from this week? I’ll not promise what I can’t fulfill, but I do know that I can if I’ve enough spare time available.
Enjoy this week’s video, posted by Twitterer and YouTuber @mavireck.
Images of the Week:
New VLT Observations Clear Up Dusty Mystery
Astrophotos: RGO’s best of the year contest.
Contest: Get Your Video On The International Space Station
OCO-2: New NASA satellite to monitor Earth’s carbon dioxide.
Timelapse: Watch the Antares Rocket Go Vertical on the Launch Pad
The View: McCarthy and Shepherd to leave daytime talk show.
Found! Seven Dwarfs Surround The ‘Pinwheel Galaxy’ Field Of View
Typhoon Neoguri: Huge cyclone heads for Japan.
Water Or Not? Fresh Martian Trenches Primarily Due To Carbon Dioxide Freezes, Study Says
Climate change: A threat to national security.
‘Gyrochronology’ Allows Astronomers to Find True Sun-like Stars
Ceres and Vesta: Two asteroids have a close encounter.
How to Watch Spectacular Antares Commercial Launch to ISS on July 13 – Complete Viewing Guide
Crackpottery: BBC journalists told to stop interviewing science deniers.
Help Bring Astronomy to Children in East Africa
Occultation: The Moon and Mars.
Curiosity Captured from Orbit Crossing Landing Ellipse Boundary – Martian Scenery from Above and Below
Putin-Huilo: Ukraine astronomers mock Vladimir Putin.