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Day 20: Lander, WY to Jeffrey City, WY -- 59 miles

Knowing that there wasn’t much — or really, anything — between my start and end points today, I did some grocery shopping before I left Lander. 600 more words


Day 19: Dubois, WY to Lander, WY -- 76 miles

This day was split up into three distinct rides.

The first ride, for about 30 miles, was great. A couple of passing clouds kept the temperature down, no discernable wind made biking pleasant, and I was cruising along, the miles flying by. 742 more words


SciSun: Kisses of Sunlight Wake a Spacey Sleeping Beauty!

Philae woke up! We get to learn more about comets after all! Huzzah! NPR and Nature have more information on how this happened and what Philae now might be able to investigate. 18 more words

Scientific Sundays

Valley League Summary, Wednesday June 17

Only two of the six scheduled games were played last night because of rain, and one of the played games only went 6 innings. Let’s take a look: 273 more words


Hello Earth! Can You Hear Me?'

From The Wire, by Adrienne LaFrance, Jun 2015

Philae, the washing-machine-sized robot that landed on a comet late last year, awoke this weekend from a months-long hibernation and surprised scientists with a transmission from outer space. 324 more words


Young World… It’s Ours.

Lander University is full of many creative and business savvy students and I was honored to be able to interview Timothy Bell, Founder of Young World Co., a clothing line based out of South Carolina. 848 more words


Japan plans another Moon probe

From a news report on Phys.org, April 20, 2015:

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has unveiled the plan for a Moon lander. If successful, Japan will be the fourth country to send an unmanned probe to the moon after Russia, the United States, and China. 43 more words

06. The Terrestrial Planets: Earth, Moon, And Their Relatives