Wednesday, March 13, 2019

A Science Headline

The Toronto Star caught my attention this morning -  as the description says "you have exceeded your free stories".  Usually I find that out when I try to read the story in the NY Times.  

But I could see the headline list. I would guess the Star site had more than 60 news headlines, and then more headlines under categories.  Science news was missing from the list, so I went to the Scientists have observed water molecules moving around the dayside of the Moon.  Can you imagine that there are 'sparse populations of molecules' bound to the lunar soil. The article is HERE.  

Here's a science headline:  What if the entire planet had its own flag?  This was proposed by a scientist: that the Blue Marble flag should be used as a symbol for the citizens of Earth.

Our pictures today include some spring daffodils and an abstract created from a close-up of rust.

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