Hubble and Me and You

Hubble and Me and You

I barely scratched the surface of what the Hubble Space Telescope has achieved this quarter century, and yet somehow I have found myself in a position to where I make the majority of my income sharing the profound stories of science, exploration, collaboration and innovation that this remarkable observatory has taken on.

M82 The Cigar Galaxy

M82 The Cigar Galaxy

This beautiful starburst galaxy resides 12 million light-years away from us, yet is the closest galaxy of its type to our Milky Way galaxy. Its designation as a starburst galaxy leaves little to the imagination as to what’s happening inside, where stars are forming around 10 times faster than they are in our galaxy.

Pint in the Sky – Dark Matter

Alan and Katie have decided to bring back Pint in the Sky after going on hiatus for a few months! For their triumphant return, our favourite pub-going astrophysicists decide to tackle the ominously named “Dark Matter.”

Partial Solar Eclipse – 23 October 2014

Here in Los Angeles, we’re pretty fortunate to have sunny skies the majority of the time, so when our Moon’s position is slightly placed between the line of sight between us and the Sun, it’s quite a big deal!   Today, this partial solar eclipse...

Space Fan News! #138

    Stray light is affecting my favourite spacecraft while Hubble is being allocated to help out New Horizons, but to do what? Hello Space Fans! Welcome to another edition of Space Fan News! With just over a year left until New Horizons arrives at Pluto, the...
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