Posts Tagged ‘astrophysics’

The View from Nordkapp

June 20, 2013. At Nordkapp [North Cape] 71°10’21″N, 25°47’40″E The treeless bluff John and I were standing on was maybe 300 meters above sea level. There were only a few scattered snow drifts. After all, it was summer – even here, far above the Arctic Circle where the coast is warmed by the meandering currents […]


Moore’s Paradox and the Wild Montana Skies

Red Lodge, Montana, October 15, 2012 In mid-October 2012, our good friends, Kathy and Greg, provided us with the keys to their mountain home in Red Lodge Montana, about 60 miles Northeast of Yellowstone – a needed fall respite on the edge of the Beartooth Mountains. This morning, the sun rose at 0738. A snow […]