For those of you that are familiar with the Universe Today website, you may have noticed my writing has joined the site. This isn't meant to preclude my writing here, but I've been trying to find a way to reach a larger audience than I have thus far at my blog.
In the past few days, I've posted three articles there: One about the stability of "Super Earths" forming in solar systems with Jovian type planets, one on whether or not Jupiter shields us from impacts, and one regarding an odd set of asteroid/comet hybrids.
All of these are content I would usually have posted here, but again, I'm looking to expand my horizons so I've joined up with Fraser to do so. But as it goes with writing in a more journalistic style, I'm less free to really delve into things as I've done on this blog. Thus, I believe I may supplement articles there with further exploration here if the subject calls for it. I'm not sure how often it will, but I can see the circumstance that I want to get more into the methods or statistics than just a summary of findings.
Either way, I'll try to post a list of articles I've posted at UT here from time to time to make sure you don't miss any.