News: October 2009 Archives

Keith's note: More on Stu Nozette from NSS Blog Editor Karen Cramer Shea (on her own blog here and here) who is clearly still confused and firmly seated on the train to Crazy Town. I would certainly hope that the NSS can do better than this in selecting an editor for their blog.

Fall of a tragic hero, the earlier (original) NSS blog posting to which I responded.
NSS Blog Needs Adult Supervision, earlier post

Bolden@Huntsville Today

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden in Huntsville today, Huntsville Times

"NASA Administrator Charles Bolden will take part in the Wernher von Braun Symposium and dinner held at the Von Braun Center and visit four local schools. In the morning, Bolden will visit Lincoln Elementary School, Columbia High School and Huntsville Center for Technology. Bolden is also scheduled to visit Horizon Elementary School in Madison."

NASA'S LCROSS Captures All Phases of Centaur Impact, NASA Ames

"NASA's Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) was a smashing success, returning tantalizing data about the Centaur impact before the spacecraft itself impacted the surface of the moon. Last week, plunging headlong into Cabeus crater, the nine LCROSS instruments successfully captured each phase of the impact sequence: the impact flash, the ejecta plume, and the creation of the Centaur crater. "We are blown away by the data returned," said Anthony Colaprete, LCROSS principal investigator and project scientist. "The team is working hard on the analysis and the data appear to be of very high quality."



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