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Fraser
2005-Sep-13, 09:08 AM
SUMMARY: I just wanted to remind you that the Universe Today discussion forum allows you to comment on any story you read in this newsletter. Share your comments, questions and concerns with other Universe Today subscribers. Click "Discuss this Story" beside any article that interests you.

The original researchers will sometimes pitch in and help clear up questions about their new discoveries. So if something doesn't make sense, or you want to understand the topic better, join the conversation - you never know who'll stop by to answer. :-)

We had a busy weekend on the forum, with researchers joining in to answer readers questions about recent stories.
Chris Arridge with the Cassini Magnetometer Team at Imperial College London helped explain how Saturn's rotation is such a mystery.Dr. Jaymie Matthews, MOST Mission Scientist from the University of British Columbia several reader questions about the MOST space telescope's observations of Procyon.and Martin Barstow, a researcher with the University of Leicester explained why a star that just shut down doesn't seem to have a nebula.
Thanks to everyone who posted questions, keep them coming.

Fraser Cain
Publisher
Universe Today

P.S. I'll be out of town on Tuesday, so no update - next one on Wednesday.


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