My interview with National Public Radio’s Science Friday on the 100th anniversary of the announcement that gravity bends light just as Einstein predicted, based on my book, Gravity’s Century
Search Results for: npr
NPR’s Science Friday Appearance [NPR Science Friday]
As mentioned yesterday, here is a link for my guest appearance on January 18’s Science Friday on NPR. For my tenth appearance on Science Friday, I discussed some of the stories I reported for Nature from the winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society. My stories are covered about 8 minutes into this audio link.
On NPR Science Friday Today (1/18) at 240pm [NPR Science Friday]
NPR Science Friday asked me to join them today, continuing a tradition of chats. I’ll be on starting at 240pm, so tune in online or via your local NPR station! A link to the show will be posted here afterward.
Exoplanets and the 2012 American Astronomical Society Winter Meeting [NPR Science Friday]
NPR’s Science Friday invited me to talk about exoplanets and the 2012 Winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society: Kepler Telescope Spots Tiniest Exoplanets Yet At a meeting of the American Astronomical Society, scientists talked about mapping dark matter, measuring the ‘graininess’ of spacetime, and discovering the smallest exoplanets ever, using the Kepler space telescope. … Continue reading Exoplanets and the 2012 American Astronomical Society Winter Meeting [NPR Science Friday]
My book, Gravity’s Century, named one of 2020’s best summer science books!
Thrilled and honored to announce that Ira Flatow of NPR’s Science Friday just named my book, Gravity’s Century, one of the best summer science books of 2020!
A never-before-told tale: An asteroid with six tails
Solving the mystery of Earth’s Van Allen radiation belts
Solving the mystery of Earth’s Van Allen radiation belts.
Finally Finding Other Earths [US News]
Looking for Earth-like planets isn’t anything new for astronomers. But it’s only been within the last few years that they’ve confidently identified candidates. The change from famine to feast is in large part due to NASA’s Kepler telescope, a mission that survived a number of challenges to become a reality. My US News article from … Continue reading Finally Finding Other Earths [US News]
Private Space Telescope to Watch for Asteroids Heading Our Way [Nature]
A nonprofit group has announced plans for the first privately funded mission to deep space. The telescope will identify and track 90 percent of the near-Earth asteroids 140 meters and larger, including those that could bash into our planet. If you’ve got a hankering to protect Earth from wayward asteroids — and a few hundred … Continue reading Private Space Telescope to Watch for Asteroids Heading Our Way [Nature]