Author: Nicole

Nicole Gugliucci is a Ph.D astronomer and works with the fabulous project known as CosmoQuest. Her home on the internet can be found at One Astronomer's Noise.

Winter Wrap-Up

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Fall Semester Rolls on…

Well it’s a little over halfway through the Fall semester, and I’m hanging in there with class, work projects, and lots and lots of job application. Yes, that’s right, it’s #willastronomfornoms time again! Much love to everyone who’s been forwarding…

August on the interwebz

Last month ended in a kind of frenzy! Between DragonCon, our big outreach event of the year over at CosmoQuest, and classes starting for my first semester teaching, it was quite busy around here. In addition, we lost a dear…

Chemists Do Rocket Science, Too!

My friend Dr. Rubidium does a great series of videos for the American Chemical Society. The latest video features the little green Kerbals of the Kerbal Space Program as she explains how rockets work. Enjoy!

July Roundup

Well, it’s official. I’ve entered “Year of 30!” July saw CONvergence and SkepchickCon, shifting to some new projects, a little vacation with friends, back to work, and finally, my birthday. July also saw the usual roundup of blogs and videos…

A Noisy Science Friday

Quick update! I’ll be on Science Friday today talking about how you can observe a meteor shower with just a radio. Plus, we’ll discuss how to build your own Itty Bitty Radio Telescope! I’m traveling over to a studio in…

Conference Musings, and Making a Difference

For a natural introvert, conferences can be a tricky experience. There is an almost overwhelming constant interaction, listening, talking, speaking, questioning, and collaborating. However, that’t the thing that makes conferences incredibly valuable. Meeting and gathering in person is still crucial…