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Physics and Astronomy Resources to help with Home Learning

Posted on 5 May 2020 by Grace Mullally

As we enter a new era of home-learning, we have been thinking about the best way in which we can support physics teachers and learners. To make sure you have access to the best online resources, we recently compiled all of our favourites, and you can find them here!
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Astronomy, Pythagorean Astronomy, Radio and Podcasts

Pythagorean Astronomy: Hubble at 30

Posted on 1 May 2020 by Chris North

The Hubble Space Telescope is 30 years old – something that even its most enthusiastic supporters couldn’t have dreamt of when it launched in 1990. With the help of a host of astronomers and space scientists, Chris North explores the history of the mission and the revolutionary discoveries that have been made. Prof Anu Ojha
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Astronomy, podcasts, Pythagorean Astronomy

Pythagorean Astronomy: Isolation Space

Posted on 3 April 2020 by Chris North

In these unprecedented times, it’s hard to argue that much of space science and astronomy is key infrastructure, or its staff key workers. And while that’s true, like many organisations work cannot simply stop altogether. The European Space Agency runs a multitude of missions, from space observatories to interplanetary explorers, and from solar probes to
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Astronomy, podcasts, Pythagorean Astronomy

Pythagorean Astronomy: out with the old, in with the new

Posted on 27 February 2020 by Chris North

Betelgeuse is still misbehaving, though we’re starting to get more information in from new observations by some of the largest telescope. Astronomers are narrowing in on the possible explanations. Chris, Edward and Claudia discuss what the implications might be. While the dimming of Betelgeuse isn’t anything to do with aliens, the SETI programme is still
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