Category: astronomy

Overloaded with Astronomy

Aaaannnnddd… back. In Charlottesville. The last week and a half saw me in two of the most fun cities I know and at two different conferences presenting my thesis work and all kinds of other professional stuff. Crazy. You can…

Video Killed the Radio Sky

Greetings from Boulder! I’m at the National Radio Sciences Meeting of URSI, listening to lots of talks on radio astronomy and geosciences, as well as madly finishing my own talk which I gave yesterday. I just had to share this…

Carnival of Space #225

Greetings, fellow space nerds and geeks! For the US folks, I hope you have recovered from your turkey coma and are getting back to your regularly scheduled week. We’re getting ready to celebrate the longest night of the year here…

Oh my, it’s already November…

Even though it’s been a few weeks, I still want to bring attention to some of the interesting stuff on the internet that has caught my attention… via NASA Earth had a visitor of the rocky kind in YU55 which…

No links, but Cool Eye Candy!

I was away this weekend at a really fun wedding and with no wifi, but I did manage to write about the stupendous amazing lovely first images from ALMA, the Atacama Large Millimeter/sub-millimeter Array. And now, the astropr0n… ALMA shows…

Travelogues, part 4: Expanding PAPER

Welcome to my series of posts about my research trip to South Africa in June/July! See also parts one and two and three… (As usual, all writing on this blog is solely my opinion and does not reflect the attitudes…

Travelogues, Part 3: To the Karoo

Welcome to my series of posts about my research trip to South Africa in June/July! See also parts one and two… (As usual, all writing on this blog is solely my opinion and does not reflect the attitudes of any…