From time to time I stumble across a well written excellent site that really hits home for me. Today I found the Exposing PseudoAstronomy blog.
The author, Stuart Robbins, is a graduate student in astronomy, focusing on planetary geophysics. His current research is in craters on Mars, and Saturn’s rings, but his interests include planetary surfaces in general and astronomy education.
I find his writing to be tight, concise, and to the point. There was a distinct lack of the histrionics that are frequently found on blogs, and only a little bit of sarcastic attitude (which he politely apologized for).
Good job, Stuart, and keep up the good work!