We’re introducing a new series, “Astrobiter: X.” In each post, an Astrobites author will share a story about their experience as a graduate student or their path into astronomy.
For thousands of years, we have used our eyes to study the cosmos. What if we could also use our ears?
On March 9, Astrobites hosted a webinar all about advising. In this beyond post, the panelists and moderators offer our best advice on identifying the right research advisor for you, plus lots of references for further reading.
Regularly reading papers and keeping on top of current research is a hard task for many graduate students. The solution? Start a journal club! In this bite we give you some tips on how to do that.
A note on how we as a collaboration are making changes to hold ourselves accountable when we make mistakes, and do better in future
Sites on Earth that are similar to geologic features on other planets can be studied to better understand other worlds and even prepare for future exploration.