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The official value for the universal constant of gravity. Credit: Brian Koberlein

A Subtle Attraction

The strength of gravity's pull has been measured in two new ways, but we still can't pin down the subtle attraction of gravity

Radar images suggest the presence of sub-surface water. Credits: Context map: NASA/Viking; THEMIS background: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Arizona State University; MARSIS data: ESA/NASA/JPL/ASI/Univ. Rome; R. Orosei et al 2018

Water Water Everywhere

Astronomers find water on Mars again, but is it life-friendly

Library books. Credit: Flikr user timetrax23 (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Library Science

The economics of libraries depends on much more than books

A proposal to measure the motion of the Milky Way. Credit: Julien Bel et al.

Star Trekin Across The Universe

A new way to measure our galaxy's motion through the cosmos

Schematic showing the newly discovered Jovian moons. Credit: Roberto Molar Candanosa, Carnegie Institution for Science

And Then There Were Seventy Nine

Twelve new moons are discovered orbiting Jupiter

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Brian Koberlein

I’m a farm boy who became an astrophysicist. Along the way I’ve been a farmhand, father, programmer, husband, author, and professor. Sometimes I write things. When I do, you can usually find it here.

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