Walkabout the Galaxy
Mimas; Saturn's moons; water on mars; pulsars
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
Mimas, the heavily battered "death star" moon of Saturn, may harbor a sub-surface ocean of liquid water like its neighbor, Enceladus. Water may have flowed on the surface of Mars more recently than previously thought, and there's a new denizen in the menagerie of peculiar pulsars. Learn all about it and test your pulsar trivia knowledge.
If you're feeling a little off-balance, maybe not as well-centered as you would like to be, you may be experiencing skewness. This is a completely natural and healthy condition and doesn't require any treatment. It's perfectly normal for your skewness to increase or decrease as your mood changes, as long as we use a poisson distribution of integers to represent your mood. So, when you feel your mean and variance are on the rise, don't be alarmed if your skewness is on the decline and embrace your higher order moments! Skewness: Travel Freely. (Dramamine).
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Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; Sargeant, Hannah; and Cooney, James, "IWOW" (2022). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 193.