Caturday’s Astrophenia: 2014/03/29

English: The International Space Station is fe...

English: The International Space Station is featured in this image photographed by an STS-134 crew member on the space shuttle Endeavour after the station and shuttle began their post-undocking relative separation. Undocking of the two spacecraft occurred at 11:55 p.m. (EDT) on May 29, 2011. Endeavour spent 11 days, 17 hours and 41 minutes attached to the orbiting laboratory. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

G’day, and happy Caturday, such as that may be. This time, I’ve decided to go a little easy on the links, and for this and perhaps other of my blogs, I’ve decided to post a page discussing all plans and projections of online projects, both previously announced, and projects to come, to serve as a helpful reminder for me to get off my backside and complete them!

There’s my interest in setting up my own monthly satiric webcomic on the adventures of misfit mad scientist Doctor Incompetto (No, I’ve not forgotten, nor have I given up on this!), my learning of Indic languages, particularly Tamil and Hindi, my speculative fiction effort, the current endeavor of studying logical and cognitive fallacies in-depth, the revival of the City of Glass project for fractals, completing my fractal tutorials, my posting more often on mental health issues, and so on.

All projects dating from the beginning of my blogging career will be covered, added to as new ones catch my interest. Those I complete will be noted as such, and they will all be there to see, to hold me accountable to you, the readers.

The View Near a Black Hole

Orion and Aurora over Iceland

Orion Nebula in Surrounding Dust

M78 and Reflecting Dust Clouds

Stephan’s Quintet Plus One

Stripping ESO 137-001

A Milky Way Dawn

Images of the Week:


Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300

Weekly Astrognuz:

Mars-Bound Comet Sprouts Twin Jets in Hubble Telescope Photos |

Rosetta Spacecraft Spies Its Comet As It Prepares For An August Encounter

Astronaut, 2 Cosmonauts Arrive at Space Station After 2-Day Delay |

Discovery! Possible Dwarf Planet Found Far Beyond Pluto’s Orbit

Pleiades Perfection: Amateur Astronomer Snaps Spectacular Photo of ‘Seven Sisters’ |

Surprise! Asteroid Hosts A Two-Ring Circus Above Its Surface

US Air Force’s Secretive X-37B Space Plane Shatters Orbital Endurance Record |

What Does the Grand Canyon Look Like from Space?

Astronaut Excited about 3D Printing on International Space Station (Video) |

Rocky Alien Planet Leftovers ‘Polluted’ White Dwarf Stars With Metal

NASA Narrows Asteroid Targets for Mission to Lasso a Space Rock |

Stunning 3D Tours of Two Well-Known Nebulae

Incredible Technology: Giant Starshade Could Help Find an Alien Earth |

The Cosmos in Video:

Weekly Astropicks:

Scientists Detect Direct Evidence of Big Bang’s Gravitational Waves | I Fucking Love Science

Fly through of the GAMA Galaxy Catalogue on Vimeo

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One response to “Caturday’s Astrophenia: 2014/03/29

  1. Pingback: The Weekly Gnuz & Lynx Roundup: 2014/03/30 | The Call of Troythulu

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