Friday, June 22, 2012

Science of the Week, 6/22/12

Ah, aren't you glad it's Friday?

Here are some of the most interesting articles from ScienceBlog this week:

Researchers Estimate a Bunch of Ice at Moon's South Pole (Good detail for setting stories on the moon. No word on penguins.)

Extensive water in Mars' interior

Rare "Hot Jupiters" and the Search for Alien Life

The Weight of Nations: An Estimation of Adult Human Biomass

These articles are from Time:

Lakes found on Titan

You Don't Need Heavy Metals to Build a Good Planet

Not very much to report this week, but I did receive the latest issue of Scientific American yesterday. I'll post more about that sometime next week, whenever I finish it.

If you're on Facebook, there's a new page called SciFact Central that promises to deliver fun facts about science, technology, and the people of science and technology. Sounds to me that deserves a "Like."

Enjoy the weekend, and see you Monday!

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