In our new series on outreach, we highlight activities you can do at any stage of your career – first up, Letters to a Pre-Scientist and MIT Astrogazers!
If you’ve been to a conference, you’ve probably seen a Twitter handle on someone’s poster. Come find out why that is, and learn about other ways we can use Twitter in astro!
Astronomy is known for its beautiful images. Join me on a tour to discover how we can communicate astronomy without relying on vision.
Learn more about the Pulsar Search Collaboratory, a program that allows high school students to search for pulsars with the Green Bank Telescope!
Outreach benefits both parties — it inspires the next generation of scientists and reminds us why we became scientists in the first place. I speak a bit about my experience as a camp counselor at astronomy camp and the lesson I learned in asking good questions.
Guest author Greg Salvesen introduces Astronomy Sound of the Month