This is great. I wish I’d done it.
I saw a pre-screening of the new film this morning, and talked briefly to Pascal and Jean-Christophe. Then we ran errands the rest of the day. I’ll have a review up somewhere this week. It’s a great documentary.
A review, from Elizabeth Lopatto.
It almost always provides a false sense of validity of a scientific paper.
According to the pictures sent back from a high-resolution camera, the 600 embryos, which were put under the camera, developed from the 2-cell stage, an early-on embryonic cleavage stage, to blastocyst, the stage where noticeable cell differentiation occurs, around 72 hours after SJ-10’s launch. The timing was largely in line with embryonic development on Earth, according to CAS.
But we still have no idea what happens in partial gravity. And they didn’t bring them to term.
What is going on in it? An interesting article on their perception, but there’s a lot we still don’t know.
What a concept. Read the concluding sentence.
To be honest, I had never previously realized how terrible outer space is.
A year ago, we went down to Anza-Borrego State Park for the weekend for Patricia’s birthday. Deborah Netburn went down to check out how the El Nino (so far) flameout went for the flowers.