Monthly Archives: May 2013

Meet ATLAS

I was looking through a recent presentation by Lindley Johnson, NASA’s NEO guy, when one of the slides caught my eye. It refers to the Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System (ATLAS). The idea is pretty slick, a group of wide … Continue reading

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More Younger Dryas Proof?

As someone who’s followed planetary defense for a while and believes it’s important, I’m sensitive to any argument that makes it look more important. There are some people who believe some form of meteor (either a glacial impactor or airburst) … Continue reading

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Been a While, I know

Lots activities in the Hill home. I’ve got a new project in work, though I’m not ready to type about it here, yet. In the meantime, here are some interesting nuggets for you. By now you’ve probably heard about most … Continue reading

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