On the final day of #BlackInAstroWeek2021, we interview science communicator and #BlackInAstro organizer Cheyenne Polius!
What do chemistry labs, aliens, and molecular building blocks have in common? Learn all about it at Dr. Karin Öberg’s LAD Plenary lecture at #AAS238!
Continuing our series on #BlackInAstro experiences, we interviewed South African astronomer and science communicator Dr. Tana Joseph!
Thanks to astronomical surveys, we now know our night sky is constantly alight with variable objects. Tune in to Prof. Christopher Kochanek’s Dannie Heineman Prize talk at #AAS237 to learn about how small telescopes can change the way we observe our rapidly changing universe!
Today’s bite takes a look at a paper that changed our understanding of stars and the stuff that streams from them. Read on to learn more about the physics surrounding Parker’s discovery of the solar wind.