“I didn’t even know there were stars to look at to not see. If you don’t know that they’re there, you don’t know that you’re missing them.” -Neil deGrasse Tyson, on light pollution
As with pretty much every week that goes by, we’ve had a slew of fantastic stories here at Starts With A Bang! There have also been events galore, including two public talks on gravitational waves and the controversy over the expanding Universe, and many upcoming events, including:
March 9th: talks and events at Jacksonville University in FL,
March 24-26: appearances and panels at MidSouthCon in Memphis, TN,
April 13-16: a science Guest-of-Honor appearance at NorWesCon in Sea/Tac, WA,
and a May appearance (date TBD) at Astronomy On Tap in Seattle!
There’s been a ton of new science as well, including a brand new podcast on the first star in the Universe.
Treknology, my upcoming book, has been officially announced by Star Trek and is on sale for pre-order at Amazon. In addition to all that, we’ve had some amazing articles this past week. While there’s more to come, here’s what we put out into the world:
How can I travel through space without getting into trouble? (for ...