One of my favourite pieces of science communication written by any scientist is Hubble’s “The Exploration of Space”. It was written in 1929 and published in Harper’s Magazine (158: 732) for the general public. I find it absolutely fascinating, but I’ve come to realise that the people who
In the latest Astroholic live, we talk about gravitational waves, penis transplants, solar panels, animals that can do photosynthesis, and rogue planets. We are joined by the wonderful Joby Hollis, who’s a physical chemist (or a chemical physicist) and an expert on printable photocells.
Today, in my day job I wrote about the momentous discovery of gravitational waves by LIGO. There are four major discoveries associated with the detection: First of all, today it was announced that on 14th September 2015 gravitational waves were observed by both LIGO detectors.
This time, Matt and I talk about warp drive, Planet 9, Welsh Dragons, A.I.s and obviously we provide shaken and not stirred cocktails and our usual silliness!