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TSU helps discover new planet
The Meter ^
| Cara Anthony
Posted on 03/01/2006 4:00:28 PM PST by KevinDavis
In January, the American Astronomical Society announced in Washington, D.C. that Gregory W. Henry, a TSU astronomer who was part of a 21-member international research team, aided in the discovery of a new planet.
Henry said TSUs involvement in the discovery of the planet and astronomical studies began with Michael Busbys, director of Center of Excellence, vision for TSU to have an astronomy research program.
We have only scratched the surface, Henry said. People have wondered for years if other worlds exist.
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TOPICS: Miscellaneous; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: exoplanet; planets; space; xplanets
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posted on 03/01/2006 4:00:57 PM PST
I wondered what university TSU is. I went to the article and read it and still don't know. It's not even on their website homepage, I won't dig any further.
posted on 03/01/2006 4:40:51 PM PST
by Rennes Templar
("The future ain't what it used to be".........Yogi Berra)
"We have only scratched the surface," Henry said.
Well, duh, no wonder he discovered it.
posted on 03/01/2006 10:06:21 PM PST
(Fiction has to make sense, unless it's part of the Dhimmicrat agenda and its supporting myth.)
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