2012
we had a lot of press on our eta carinae light echoes discovery! here are a few examples, and here the result of a google seatch with many more links...

Ancient 'Great Eruption' echoes reach astronomers news.discovery.com

"Light Echoes" From Monster Star's Eruption Founb: A First National Geographic

Un deja vu per Eta Carinae (a really nice one in italian)Notiziario Online dell'istituto nazionale di ricerca
2011
NG Field Notes: Chasing Pluto Across the Pacific National Geographic (blow-by-blow tale of L. Young NASA expedition to see the occultation of Pluto and Charon to which I partecipated from my comfy Santa Barbara office operating FTN and FTS remotely)
2010
Object Lesson: Pluto's Smallest Neighbors Prove Tough to Find link to scientific american article
2008
Where Are All the Kuiper Belt Objects? link to universe today article
2008
What happened to the Kuiper Belt's smallest objects? new scientist
2008
The back yard is empty discovery magazine
2008
Outer solar system not as crowded as astronomers thought astronomy
2008
Outer solar system not as crowded as astronomers thought space flight now
2008
A Sparsely Populated Kuiper Belt? link to freerepublic article (!)
 

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