Daily Archives: June 11, 2008

GLAST Blasts Off

GLAST Blast – click for larger image Today, NASA launched into space a new telescope to explore high-energy cosmic events in distant galaxies.  The Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope, known as GLAST, will detect intense energy emitted from some of … Continue reading

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Waiting for HadCRUT

I’m waiting for May global land + ocean temperature data to be published from Hadley Climate Research Unit, at which time I’ll also show a comparison to GISS. Since I did pretty well at guessing what RSS May data value … Continue reading

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