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Astronomy, Media, Pythagorean Astronomy

Pythagorean Astronomy: Glitterballs, habitable exoplanets and supermassive stars

Posted on 31 January 2018 by Chris North

Space is getting crowded, so the recent launch of a space glitterball (called the “Humanity Star”) by RocketLabs has irked astronomers. Our suggestion: why not go and look at the space station instead? And if you’re interested in things to not get too hyped up about, the so-called “Super Blue Blood Moon” was another example
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Media, Pythagorean Astronomy

Subscribe to our podcast

Posted on 11 January 2018 by Chris North

You can now subscribe to the Pythagorean Astronomy podcast, using your favourite Podcast service – just add our feed address to whatever service you use: Some suggestions: Subscribe on iTunes Download the Podcast Republic Android app and search for “Pythagorean Astronomy”
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Astronomy, Primary, Public, Schools, Universe in the Classroom

All Our Universe in the Classroom Education Resources in Welsh Language!

Posted on 11 January 2018 by Sarah Roberts

We’re very excited to announce that we can now offer all of our Universe in the Classroom activity guides in welsh language! Wales boasts 3,094 schools of which 483 are welsh medium (meaning education is delivered in welsh language). Universe in the Classroom aims to help improve science teaching at underserved schools in Wales. Due
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Astronomy, Public, Pythagorean Astronomy

Pythagorean Astronomy: Planetary Response Network and 2017 Review

Posted on 30 December 2017 by Chris North

To some, astronomy is a purely a curiosity-driven activity, trying to understand more about the Universe around us. While that is the primary reason for a great many astronomers, there are many ways in which it benefits life down hear on Earth – including the saving of lives. Most recently, this became relevant in the
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