Category: science

A Noisy Science Friday

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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…

#scio13

I’m there! If you are here as well, say hello to the pink-haired girl. If not, go hereĀ for where you can watch sessions online and follow us on Twitter and Google+ with #scio13. Also, if you haven’t been paying attention…

SoCal in January at #AAS221

Note: when typing about the American Astronomical Society meeting, be careful that AAS does not autocorrect to ASS. Hilarity may ensue. That said… it’s time to get back on a plane and head to Long Beach for the annual big…

I’ll be in San Francisco!

The annual meeting of the American Geophysical Society is coming up next week, and I’ll be going for the first time and even co-chairing a session on Education and Citizen Science. If you are going to be at the meeting,…

We’re going to Mars, baby

Because we live in “the future” and it is pretty cool, I’m blogging from a plane at 32,000 feet on my way to Tucson, Arizona, for the meeting of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. I’m looking forward to seeing…

Chat about Astronomy Outreach Tonight!

Re-post from the CosmoQuest blog: Am I not so lucky that Joe has already posted an introduction to the fabulous universe of CosmoQuest Hangouts? Join us live on Google+ this evening (4pm Pacific/7pm Eastern) for a roundtable chat with several…

Feast your Eyes on the Universe

I’m in the last day of a meeting in Santa Fe, New Mexico and will be heading back to my new home in Illinois tonight. Sadly, that means I’ll miss the annular eclipse that is about to happen, but I’ll…