Visual Astronomy Display: March 2014

Visual Astronomy Display for March 2014


  • Science@NASA brings us a fun clip about what it would be like to drink a cup of coffee in space;
  • With an extension of support until at least 2024, the International Space Station is poised to make discoveries we can’t even imagine today;
  • Astronomers devised a new method for examining data from the Kepler telescope and NASA has recently announced the discovery of over 700 new extrasolar planets;
  • Stephen Hawking said what??  SciShow tackles recent headlines declaring that “there are no black holes” and explain what Stephen Hawking might have actually meant; and
  • Remember that large snow storm in early February?  We have video of winter storm Pax as seen from space, from footage taken by the NOAA GOES-East satellite.

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About Katie Frey

Katie Frey leads the development of the Unified Astronomy Thesaurus, a community supported linked data vocabulary for sorting, filtering, and exploring astronomical literature, data sets, images, etc.

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