NMSU-105G

If you are in my NMSU ASTR105G-The Planets course, then this is your extra credit opportunity. Register to receive updates by email, Facebook, or twitter and then leave comments here or on Facebook to build your extra credit during the semester.

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4 comments on “NMSU-105G

  1. I thought it was a very good article to relate to our current lesson in ASTR105. It was a great example of observational science. When the article states, “Enceladus was considered a dead icy world until NASA’s Cassini mission arrived. In 2006, it spotted a fountain of material erupting from the moon’s southern pole. Later observations by the spacecraft revealed that an ocean, rather than a localized lake, existed beneath the surface of the moon.” I also never thought about the fact that the particles brought back to earth change during space travel. This article is very intriguing and helps me become a critical thinker.

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