It is possible to contribute to professional astronomy, make discoveries and get involved in advancing our knowledge of the universe using your own equipment and computers. In this live stream, we’ll go over some of the ways you can get involved in professional astronomy as an amateur.
The Earth’s magnetic field has flipped from North to South and back again many times in its history. Are we starting a new cycle? If so, what will the effects be here on Earth and for our civilization?
Throughout my time as a science communicator, the subject of how to get a job in astronomy and what it’s like to work as an astronomer are two themes that keep coming back. So how to get a job in astronomy?
What’s the best gear you can gift to amateur astronomer? Or what’s the best telescope you can get this year to do your hobby? Listen to today @deepastronomy for answers.
This episode features a beginner’s telescope kit that we think is high quality and designed to get you off to a good start.
Here is an excerpt from the “JWST: Too Big to Fail” stream. The history of JWST is long and storied and @DeepAstronomy will briefly outline some milestones.
The JWST has arrived in South America and is awaiting the next steps: unloading, refueling and mounting on the Arianne 5 rocket
Automating an observing run is one of the most efficient uses of your equipment. But what do you need to make this possible? What can you expect for results?
Today Deep Astronomy discuss about the effects of alcohol on our bodies in space and whether we’ll ever actually get to Mars and how much it might cost.
Today, @deepastronomy talk with Kelly Beatty from Sky and Telescope to discuss the growing problem of light pollution, what he thinks about SpaceX new swarm of satellites and much more