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Updates From the Edge: March 16

The Science of Social Distancing Earlier this week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said gatherings of 50 or more people are strongly discouraged over the next eight weeks. This is to help contain the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. Tons of other stuff is closed down, such as many schools, libraries, colleges, places of worship,…

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Updates From the Edge: March 6

Perseverance: A New Mars Rover NASA’s new rover, previously called Mars 2020, finally has a name: Perseverance. There was a huge contest that got about 28,000 entries and the winner was a middle school student named Alexander Mather. In an example of why he won the contest, here’s a powerful line from his essay: “We…

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Katherine Johnson of NASA

Updates From the Edge: February 28

A NASA Legend Katherine Johnson passed this week at the impressive age of 101. For those of you who may now know who she was, Johnson was an American mathematician who worked for NASA. Her calculations of orbital mechanics were crucial to the success of the first (and following) American spaceflights. NASA says she had…

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Updates From the Edge: February 21

Things have been busy at ARC Manor’s CAEZIK SF & Fantasy imprint lately. First up is The Pursuit of the Pankera: A Parallel Novel About Parallel Universes, the previously unpublished work by Robert A. Heinlein that is a parallel to his 1980 novel, The Number of the Beast. It’s coming to you on March 24,…

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Latest GALAXY’S EDGE issue highlights

Over at the Galaxy’s Edge website, issue #32 has been released this month. Here are some highlights: If it is an interview with an award-winning author you are after… GALAXY’S EDGE INTERVIEWS CATHERINE ASARO Joy Ward is the author of one novel. She has several stories in print, in magazines and in anthologies, and has…

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Poll: Star Trek Discovery First Season

The first season of new CBS television series Star Trek Discovery just came to a close. And whether you in the camp who dislike CBS restricting access to the show by only making it available to their “All Access” pay viewers, or not, for those who watched it the last closing moments of the first season…

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