3 How gruesome to see a bear go out after a Scotsman to 4 begin with (7)
In time, our navy will get to where the mosque tower is to be seen (7)
There’s a small measure of support for the lowly hug (7) Told how we are connected to the family (7)
Tale of a pig pen and how impressive it looked (7) So return to the hunted bird (6)
The British navy has a panel that does the designing (7) 20 How Ed’s pal fell from the
22 Such places of worship leave
them heady! (7)
26 Con’s out on the ice but only for a brief spell (7)
Turn your pen to a melody about a sea-god (7) Restricted by your company? (7) It’s said little saints can be cruel to others (7) 1 8 9 10 11 15 18 27 28 29
ET’s with me during these encounters (5)
We have to bar the Commanding Officer for being such a snake (5) 5 6 7 12 13
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23 24 25 Heroic native American
There’s something hard about a schemer, you’ll find (5) Surround it once Les has hold of it (7)
Or a hill of this nature is just right for the public speaker (6) Ty keeps dogs but is so solemnly dull (6)
Going to Georgia? Put on something Roman, then! (4) Upsets them by giving hand-outs (4)
Deal in the heavy stuff? (4)
You can break a cone but not twice (4)
Pop has the right to look for support (4)
Her servant holds his tongue (4)
Les has the gist of it but they really know the law! (7)
The French find coal and this is where it happens (6) An American airline with a water route? (6)
It’s the end of that little saint who looks after our needs (5) He yielded to low spirits when Ed had to use a mop (5)
How you lost and all because of those awkward boors (5)
The West’s the place for tasty dishes! (5) book by Sagan in which he writes how human intelligence may have evolved. In 2002, John Skoyles and Dorion Sagan published a followup. Name it.
He delivered a series of Royal Institution Christmas Lectures in London in which year?
6. Sagan was chief technology officer of the professional planetary research journal Icarus for how many years?
Sagan was among the first to hypothesize that Saturn's moon Titan might possess oceans of liquid compounds on its surface and that Jupiter's moon Europa might possess subsurface oceans of water. Europa's subsurface ocean of water was later indirectly confirmed by which spacecraft?