Just in case you have no idea what we look like, here is a picture of the JGR-Space Physics crew:
From left to right: Brian Sedora (JGR-Space Physics journal program manager), Alan Rodger, me, Larry Kepko, Michael Balikhin, Mike Crowner (JGR-Space Physics editorial assistant), and Yuming Wang. This was taken outside the AGU HQ building in Washington, DC, during our editorial board meeting last week. And here’s another one that highlights the cool patio area where we are standing:
Yes, that’s the solar system, laid out to scale. Something fun and special at the AGU building. If you ever visit AGU HQ, be sure to spend the time to see this courtyard, and if you have a minute, look for Pluto. It’s a bit of a walk past the front door. Yes, AGU put this in before the astronomers killed Pluto as a planet.