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By Astronomy Cast on October 21, 2019 in

Our series on Universe weirdness continues, this time we learn how astronomers are struggling to make sense of the age of the Universe.

By Astronomy Cast on October 14, 2019 in

Astronomers have been trying to accurately measure the expansion rate of the Universe. It’s been tough to nail down, and now astronomers are starting to figure out why.

By Paul M. Sutter on September 3, 2019 in

What’s it like to fall into a black hole (again)? What does the outside universe look like?

By Astronomy Cast on September 2, 2019 in

This week we wonder if the Universe is going to collapse and then expand again, how satellites can have such different velocities, and the size of the observable Universe.

By Sabrina Stierwalt on August 28, 2019 in

Our universe is 13.8 billion years old,. How do astronomers arrive at such an enormous number? more with Sabrina @qdteinstein @quickdirtytips at #365daysOfAstro

By Paul M. Sutter on August 20, 2019 in

What is chaos theory? How can something be both deterministic and unpredictable?

By Paul M. Sutter on June 18, 2019 in

What’s the deal with redshift? How can we actually interpret velocities when it comes to cosmic expansion?

By Tony Darnell on May 18, 2019 in

Book Review: “Universal: A Guide to the Cosmos” by Brian Cox & Jeff Foreshaw