A couple of months ago I was contacted by National Geographic magazine notifying me that one of their writers had quoted me in an article for their December issue. Pretty cool, I thought. But then I forgot all about it.
Then, I received a note from the ever watchful Bill Hudson (@2012hoax) telling me Astroengine had been printed on page 99. I quickly scurried over to the National Geographic website to find, sure enough, I was there too: on page 3 of the online article “Star Struck.”
The following morning, I received a complementary copy of the December edition so I could see Astroengine in print for the first time.
National Geographic’s special feature takes a fascinating tour of the Milky Way and when discussing metal-poor stars in the outermost reaches of our galaxy, the article quotes the title of the Astroengine post “Life is Grim on the Galactic Rim.” Obviously they like my rhyming skills.
Thank you National Geographic!
I’ve been told I can write a blog with an excerpt from the superb article written by Ken Croswell, so that’ll be coming right up!
I think I need to blog more…
6 thoughts on “Astroengine Gets Quoted in National Geographic”
Hey!, is that you on the cover slaying the Goliath internet myths?
It is! Did you notice the resemblance? 😉
It must be karma. “Life is Grim on the Galactic Rim” links to a New Scientist article that Ken Croswell wrote.
Its all hogwasjh if you ask me!
Great article you wrote, really inspired me! I wish I can be like you 🙂 monetary consulting