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Scott Dance

Writer

Scott Dance writes about the environment and the weather at The Baltimore Sun. He has covered Hurricane Sandy and the 2012 “derecho”, explained particle physics theory, groundwater geology and medical research funding challenges, and revealed gaps in oversight of the state’s doctors. He is a Timonium native, a Hampden resident, and always looking for a good race to run or watch.

Recent Articles

  • Can TRAPPIST-1 be seen in the night sky?

    Can TRAPPIST-1 be seen in the night sky?

    TRAPPIST-1 and its newly discovered seven orbiting planets are a relatively close 39 light years away, so can the star be seen in the night sky? Not without a powerful telescope. The star can be found within the constellation Aquarius, but as a red dwarf star, it is relatively dim in the portion...

  • Meteorologists warn boaters of sudden 40 mph wind gusts Saturday

    Meteorologists warn boaters of sudden 40 mph wind gusts Saturday

    Boaters out enjoying the early spring weather on Saturday should beware line of sudden 40 mph wind gusts and frigid waters, the National Weather Service warns. A cold front is expected to cross the region during the afternoon hours, bringing with it the strong winds from the northwest. The danger...

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