Why this is news in 2018.
This one’s not even in Norway.
No. This is Cheops inside LEAF.
…the universe wouldn’t look weird either, just different to what we are used to.
If you follow my blog and have at least skimmed over the content of the latest story, you will have realised that I do a lot of science communication and teaching work. Yet none of these things really fit my educational CV (that’s physics and management if you haven’t checked it out). Why? It’s important […]
It’s all about the precision of the experiment, which is a function of the instruments used and the object being investigated. I highly recommend you to check out the source link below. As they write there: Observations made with ESO’s Very Large Telescope have for the first time revealed the effects predicted by Einstein’s general […]
You know, even though this is a strictly private site, I can’t help having work seep in sideways once in a while. As I have pointed out before, we build and launch rockets with students and teachers. We ask them to give their rocket a name. Those names can be quite funny. 😀 Now read […]
This image is based on data obtained by the Hubble Space Telescope and shows something dubbed “The Pillars of Creation”. Stars are created here. They form in clouds of dusty material which contracts into glowing spheres (sorry Flat Earthers!) by means of gravity. Thinking about stuff like this is an almost spiritual experience. Now read […]
The photographer calls this a “consolation prize” back at the source. Forget fancy memes. This made me laugh. No aurora? Aw shucks. Whatever… Not often I say that, you understand. 🙂 Now read this: Curious aurora Image copyright: Paul Stewart/Public Domain Image source: https://flic.kr/p/VZGfCh
When “artist’s impression” does not mean “lasting expression of imagination”.