What is the so-called “OMG Particle”? Where could it possibly come from, and how are magnetic fields involved? How can we detect these cosmic rays?
Time for another update, this time we’re going to look at what’s new with supernovae. And once again, we’ve got good news, lots of new stuff to report.
Finding a meteorite that has traveled billions of miles through space to reach it’s present location is exciting. It might even be worth real money!
In This podcast, Dr. Jayadeve Rajagopal discusses this first interstellar visitor which has been named Oumuamua.
Lets discuss about how to create an amazing data-driven visual content using space science data from NASA initiatives for education and public outreach. more at #365DaysOfAstro
Bezos Uber Alles! Could a black hole kill the galaxy? and lets talk about Hawking’s last paper.
So how is it possible to have atmospheres around rocky planets in the Trappist 1 system?
April saw Liverpool host the European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, from which there were a many new developments and discoveries, a few of which Chris North and Edward Gomez discuss this month.