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I wish I could say yes, but with my work schedule these days, I'm afraid I just can't commit to any chats. I'm sorry... just not something I can handle right now.
Well, don't worry about it then. Perhaps one of your members would like to take this up as a project with a little help from me getting the guest.
I thank it way past time we had some fresh new young astronomer who would like to at least take up the rings of GAC and make his or her mark.
I do see a lot of way cool stuff that could be started up here in this forum if only someone whold take it up on thesmselves to put in all the time and hard work.
Fantastic image of #China’s Yutu lunar rover, shot on Dec. 22. http://www.planetary.org/blogs/emily-lakdawalla/2013/12231242-change3-update.html … pic.twitter.com/9hmO8hxmpB
Here's a shout-out to @MarsRovers Oppy, nearing her 10th anniversary. A true testament to modern engineering! http://marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/press/opportunity/20131203a.html …
Happy perihelion! Today the Earth is as close to the Sun as it will get all year. http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2014/01/04/perihelion_2014_the_earth_reaches_its_closest_point_to_the_sun_all_year.html … pic.twitter.com/trICtaqCRj
Please keep your hands and head inside the vehicle!