Astronomer, author, skeptic, father, punster.
2012 books ... In the fiction section! Yay!
@wilw @arealgirl Thinking of you.
Given what I've said about Oprah the past coupla days, this was a funny ad to get in the mail today.
OK, maybe *this* is why I need covenant with God.
Funny, I don't remember making a covenant with God.
Got this in the mail today. Looks like a fun read, but I don't think I want dummies exploring space.
This is why I love checking trending words in Twitter. How else would I know what the kids these days are doing?
One of many reasons I love Denver airport.
A tornado in Michigan! Run!
Memmmmmmories... Anyone else ever have a TI-99/4A? I loved mine.
Beareidolia. This is a cake (for my brother today) that got the icing smeared.
Skeptical heaven. @msInformation and @sheila_dee at Balticon.
I think it might rain. :) I call these "X-ray clouds". I think they're convective cells with thin borders so light leaks thru.
John Grunsfeld pulls out the FGS from Hubble. You can see the Shuttle's engine pod (the OMS pod).
Astronaut Mike Massimino uses an old-style Star Trek phaser on a stubborn bolt on Hubble.
Sunrise after a successful EVA. Note the lit curve of the Earth at the top. So beautiful.
Atlantis astronauts are inside Hubble replacing hardware (one is standing on the end of the robot arm). You can see the Orbiter wing there too!
Beauty and grace: Hubble and Atlantis slide over the Earth's sunlit face.
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