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“I Get Goosebumps Still”: Angela Stickle, DART Mission Scientist, Reflects on Humanity’s First Effort to Change an Asteroid’s Orbit
At an APS meeting in Chicago, Stickle coolly explained how smashing a spacecraft into an asteroid could someday save Earth — and, after last year’s test, what comes next.
This Month in Physics History
September 1936: Seismologist Inge Lehmann Concludes That Earth Has an Inner Core
Teaching is a “Squishy, Unpredictable Science,” Says the 2023 Physics Teacher of the Year. You Should Try It.
Joe Cossette, engineer-turned-educator and PhysTEC Teacher of the Year, discusses trials and triumphs in the classroom.
Two New Anthologies Will Share the Stories of Women in Fluid Dynamics
A 13-year-old grassroots effort to support women in fluid dynamics has taken a creative turn.
The Neurophysicist Trying to Tackle Jet Lag Ahead of the World’s Longest Flights
Sveta Postnova wants to make 20-hour flights more bearable for travelers.
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