Students making good alert, or why the Graduate Program in Science Writing at MIT is teh awesome.

Writing in Popular Mechanics, 2007 MIT Grad program in science writing alumnus Andrew Moseman, has a fine piece up on the hit Jupiter (and the rest of us) didn’t see coming.

The piece earned a genuine internet accolade, front paging* (at least for now) on Huffington Post.

*I deem verbing a venial, not a mortal sin.

Image:  NASA IRTF image of Jupiter imapct.

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2 Comments on “Students making good alert, or why the Graduate Program in Science Writing at MIT is teh awesome.”

  1. dianeb Says:

    I read the first reports on this and really liked that an amateur astronomer first caught the dark spot on Jupiter.


  2. Thanks Tom. And in the spirit of reciprocal praise, I’m halfway through your book and rather enjoying it.


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