This is a hard times for astronomers. But even though we #stayathome, you can learn astronomy with so many online resources. We also have news about black holes, trojan asteroid and more at #spaceradio
Let’s take a look at some of the space and astronomy stories we’re looking forward to in 2020. More with @AstronomyCast at #365DaysOfAstro
What did we do and learn this past decade? What will we do and learn in the next? @PaulMattSutter will discuss this topic on #365DaysOfAstro
Few sciences have been able to take advantage of the power of computers like astronomy. But with all this computing power, you might be surprised to learn how important a role humans still play in this science.
Australia is still an amazing place for astronomy. There are so many powerful observatories in Australia, and even more in the works.
StarLink vs. astronomy, Cryovolcanism on Pluto, and hey you can send your name to Mars. more at #365DaysOfAstro with @WSHcrew
Tony Darnell from @Deep Astronomy discuss about Astronomy outreach with Ian Lauer. #365DaysOfAstro
@PaulMattSutter interviewed Dr. Emily Holt and talk about prehistoric and historic cultures, how they used astronomy, and how we know about it!