Hubble celebrated its 25th anniversary on April 24th, so this month’s playlist is peppered with videos about the great space telescope;
NASA’s Innovative Advanced Concepts program is studying the feasibility of tensegrity robots, rovers designed as a collection of metal rods and cables that can extend or contract as needed, creating a structure that is better able to absorb shocks and protect the payload at the center;
You don’t need big telescopes to enjoy the night sky! Phil Plait takes us on a tour of the night sky as seen with your naked eye;
What’s the name of the oldest spacecraft still orbiting the Earth? Bruce Betts from the Planetary Society has the answer; and
Citizen science and crowd sourcing with the Milky Way project has brought an astronomical curiosity that may hold clues to the mysteries of starbirth to light.
Our April Office Hours are one week from today. We'll be giving a brief presentation, and as always the remaining time will be spent answering questions. See you there! #projectphaedra #historyofscience
You can register below⭐️⬇️