Editor’s selections: water on the moon, telescopes in history, seeing through other people’s eyes, and space travel

Editor's Selections 4 Comments
By Dr. SkySkull

skyskull “Dr. SkySkull” selects several notable posts each week from a miscellany of ResearchBlogging.org categories. He blogs at Skulls in the Stars.

This was a very good week for my section of ResearchBlogging, and I had a hard time picking selections!

As a bonus, emma at we are all in the gutter talks about the winners of this year’s Ig Nobel awards, given out for, shall we say, unusual research!  She also describes some of her favorite past winners.

Check back next Monday for more “miscellaneous” highlights!

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4 Responses to “Editor’s selections: water on the moon, telescopes in history, seeing through other people’s eyes, and space travel”

  1. Lucas Says:
    October 5th, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    The link for ‘That’s Jan Brueghel the Elder’ accidentally redirects to Megan’s post at the Rigel blog. Both are interesting articles however!

  2. Dr. SkySkull Says:
    October 5th, 2009 at 2:35 pm

    Lucas: Whoops! It should be fixed now; thanks for pointing that out!

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