Hooray! My paper on SO2 as measured by MLS has now appeared in its final version. It took its time: I have spent a while over the last few weeks sorting out final details, reading proofs, correcting typos and so forth. And I have had to accept the IUPAC spelling of “Sulfur”, despite the factContinue reading Sulfur dioxide paper finalised
There have been a few news items about satellite launches and the like recently. This weekend it was SPACEX’s successful delivery to the ISS and its un-successful attempt to land part of the rocket on a floating platform. At the end of January the news will be about the (hopefully successful) attempt to launch theContinue reading Rocket Science: it should impress you.
One of the things we go through for final-year students studying the Physics of the Climate system is the geometry that allows you to calculate how much sunlight you get at a given latitude on a given day of the year. The result looks like this. Up here at 56°N we get less than 5Continue reading Come back, Sun!