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Ka-boom!

Former contributor Monica Young is now the web editor for Sky & Telescope, and she passed along this story earlier this summer, saying “Actually, a lot of our stories bring science fiction to mind, but this one specifically mentions the impact rate currently going on at the Moon and Mars – something that would directly affect lunar and Martian colonies.”

We may get to watch it happen in October 2014.

Orbital Mechanics for Werewolves

So you’ve been bitten by a werewolf? Congratulations! You’ve joined a long line of shapeshifters going back centuries. You may be noticing certain changes, perhaps improved eyesight, or greater strength, or a sudden craving for raw steak.

We aren’t going to talk about those here. You should ask your new packmates about the changes you’re experiencing.

Full moon
(Full Moon image by Luc Viatour)

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