6 Best Astronomy Tools for Observing the Night Sky
Flavio Salvati studies Physics at the University of Cambridge. He has written a book on astronomy, titled "Fundamentals of Astronomy: A guide for Olympiads." During the summer holidays, Flavio has had the opportunity of working in the Quantum Matter group, in Cambridge, at the MagLab, in Florida, and the Max Planck Institute, in Germany. When he is not busy studying physics or astronomy, Flavio can be found playing Beethoven's sonatas, fencing, or piloting a glider Schleicher K 21 above the fields of Cambridgeshire.
The 25 Coolest Facts About Astronomy
Are you constantly on the lookout to impress your friends with mind-blowing scientific discoveries? Look no further – this selection of 25 of the coolest facts about astronomy is sure to amaze professionals and astronomy enthusiasts alike. You’ll learn the real reason behind the darkness of the night sky, discover the farthest place visible to […]
Astronomy for Kids: How to Get Children Started with Stargazing
So, you’ve decided to set aside more time to spend with your children. What’s an activity that would harness their curiosity, imagination, and a sense of shared exploration and discovery? Look no further than as far as you can look. Astronomy for kids is a fun and educational pastime you’ll both enjoy. Children learn more […]