Today’s article introduces the Rainbow Village at AAS, a new gathering place for people of color in astronomy! Please check it out to learn more about the Rainbow Village during the upcoming AAS meeting in January 2024!
Astrobites is excited to announce a new partnership with the American Physical Society and Physical Review Journals.
Unions are becoming a more prevalent feature of grad schools to consider when applying to grad school. This bite reviews some of the details to consider when choosing a school with (or without) a union.
From Erica Sawczynec: As astronomers, many of our lives have been touched by the islands of Hawaiʻi & now it’s our kuleana (responsibility) to show up for the Hawaiʻi community when they need us most.
Light pollution isn’t just in the visible – commercial interests threaten scientific, amateur radio operations
Every time sexual harassers are given authorship on prominent papers, chaos ensues for the broader astronomy community; but nobody is more affected than the junior members (grad students and postdocs) within those research groups. This is the story about how we, the Early Career Researchers within the California Planet Search, have tackled the most recent authorship “debacle.”