Lori's recent publications describe how dunes record climate change on Mars, the first evidence for dune migration on another planet, and how atmospheric models can be used to account for wind gustiness and its effects on sand movement.
After a starquake, says NASA's Dr. Jon Jenkins, "stars actually change their shape. This shape change causes an apparent change in brightness. As we study the brightness variations in time, we can essentially hear the songs of the stars."
What if I told you that everywhere you point--be it the tip of your pen, or the outermost tip of Cape Horn--there is a hidden, 6-dimensional space so small that we cannot see it nor ever set foot in it?