The Starmus Festival — a mashup between science an

The Starmus Festival — a mashup between science and the arts — has just announced its fifth iteration will be held… https://t.co/E3xPVcOQpx

  • 6h

    Associate Editor Alison Klesman checks in with Dr. Ioana Cozmuta about the state of women in STEM.… https://t.co/IAYofIfSgM

  • 10h

    Spotlight on the state of women in STEM: An interview with Dr. Ioana Cozmuta. https://t.co/G3FTZNXepY https://t.co/4pFkFvgGWZ

  • 11h

    A conspicuous First Quarter Moon will ride high in the sky tonight, flanked by a brilliant Jupiter to its left and… https://t.co/Zq8pL0aP6u

  • 14h

    From our July 2018 issue: Are you ready for Mars opposition? https://t.co/zv5pLV5W3O

  • 14h

    Astronomy editor David Eicher remembers Stephen Hawking. https://t.co/y4uJK0HO9w https://t.co/uSj4K3huf2

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  • 15h

    Researchers previously had to observe an exoplanet passing by its host star three times before they could officiall… https://t.co/3BALYmBVX4

  • 16h

    Astronomy Picture of the Day: The California Nebula NGC 1499, captured by Bernard Miller from Gilbert, Arizona.… https://t.co/ewMfDHZ970

  • 17h

    Join MIT planetary scientist Sara Seager to talk about the current state of exoplanet research, the new TESS missio… https://t.co/M8ydw56xsu

  • 19 Jul

    The rare, first-ever detection of a high-energy neutrino hints at how these strange particles are created in the co… https://t.co/FLkqHg0s0m