Humans have been looking up for our entire history – today, let’s take a look at the women of indigenous African communities and their relationship to the night sky!
It seems like we hear people denying scientific findings around every corner. The goal of this Beyond Astrobite is to examine why people don’t trust science and what we can do about it.
We’re doing a lot of harm to the planet that we stand on as we look up towards the stars. In this post, PhD student Isobel Romero-Shaw explains why astrophysicists in particular need to reduce their carbon emissions, and how we can go about doing this.
Universities are making plans for the fall. What happens for graduate students?
The Astrobites collaboration stands in solidarity with international students at US institutions. We value international students as friends and as people regardless of their contributions, and we believe they belong in the US just as much as domestic students.
Today’s post for #BlackInAstro week looks at the underrepresentation of Black women in astronomy and physics, and summarizes two papers on their lived experiences in the field.