Latest #centercityphilly Posts
- Here is a tour of the 4 bedroom 3 bathroom open house I hosted today. Swipe left to check it out!
- Come drills with Stella! She was a pro
- Creating art is known to be one of the most therapeutic ways to bring your mind, body and soul at ease. Its allows to embrace and express your creativity from deep with in. So gather up your family & friends and LET'S PAINT🎨 Book your private event with Green Apple Paint Parties today @g_a_paintparties
- Double tap if you've seen this art before while walking/biking/driving/exploring down Broad Street! 🛩️
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- Presenting our speakers from our Tuesday, App 23 event, first up is Dr. David Klassen. Dr. Klassen is a planetary scientist researching how clouds affect the water cycle and climate of Mars. I teach math methods and stellar astrophysics classes.
How Do You Measure Clouds on Mars to inform Climate Models?
One of the major open areas of climate modeling is the net effect of clouds. Clouds are very good at moving energy around and affect local temperatures—during the day they make it cooler but at night they make it warmer.
The work I do uses images created from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars (CRISM) and sophisticated math to locate and measure the amount of water in martian clouds over an entire martian year.
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