A quick note to say I’ll be on the radio tomorrow! For anyone in the Amsterdam area, tune in to 99.4 FM for English Breakfast Radio– I am on from 8am on March 14 discussing radio astronomy. How do astronomers use radio waves to learn about the universe? What happens when a black hole eats a star? And can I explain this well enough at an hour where I’m usually still sleeping? Listen in to find out!
Also, for those of you who are from further afield than Amsterdam or missed it- that is to say, most of you- you can follow the link above where you can find live streaming and an archive of the show.
And finally, for a full dose of astronomy, I still regularly contribute to Astrobites where I summarize an astronomical paper every month or so. Do take a look there if you are at all interested in mysterious fast radio bursts, or how the galaxy formed, or whatever else papers seem interesting around when I am facing a deadline.
Over, and out.