Good morning, and happy Caturday. This last week has been incredibly productive, with the 10th of 13 study units to be started this morning and completed as of this evening. After that, I’ve got the remaining three to finish up for the month.
This week, there was the announcement of a new planet confirmed discovered by Kepler, Kepler-452b, a cousin of Earth located nearby in our own galaxy with the closest match so far of stellar type, planetary mass, and distance from its star.
It may be one of the most promising candidates outside of our solar system for life to date, though my money’s riding on the exploration of Europa and Titan in our own planetary neighborhood.
Here’s hoping your weekend is stellar, and as ever…
Talotaa frang, talotaa kas, talotaa tranga sulat.
Image of the Week:
Bone-Chilling Sounds Picked up by Spacecraft