Daily Archives: June 7, 2008

Some Planetary Perspective

Update 2: Reader Jesse Michael forwarded me this animated image above, which does a better job than the flawed NASA image or it’s replacement I found below. It takes about a minute to complete the whole sequence, patience. While looking … Continue reading

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Jason-2 satellite set to launch June 15th from Vandenberg, will track sea level

Jason-2/Ocean Surface Topography Mission (OSTM). Click for High resolution image (Credit: NOAA) Hopefully, this will put an end to tide gage data and it’s nuances (such as subsidence). From a  NOAA press release: A new satellite set to launch next … Continue reading

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Open Thread #2

Behave yourselves. Just remember that some comments with links might end up in the spam filter and may take some time before I notice them.

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The Hockey Stick returns as web karma

Looks like a tipping point has been reached. Click graph for details.  

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