Archive for the 'Climate Change' Category
A new generation of solar observatories has been launched, creating a bit of science as it rockets through the atmosphere ….
Well, the ATSG has been on the move again. This time at the International Science Education Conference 2009 in Singapore. I had the chance to speak with Sue John from Cardiff University Wales UK. We speak about the work Sue has been doing to bring universities and science educators together, for the benefit of both education and the environment …..
With the upsurge in Cosmic ray activity in the atmosphere of mother earth and in line with the article I published recently. I speak of the matter with my Co-host Rob on the science Hour at Gove FM. So what is the signifigance of these cosmic rays and how does it interact with climate change on our planet …. ?2 comments
Preserving the dark skies of the world and raising awareness of this critical conservation effort is one of the cornerstone projects of the International Year of astronomy. I speak with Graham Murry of the Earth and Sky observatory at Mt John on their efforts to take a leading role in this field, in my third and final interview of my NZ tour …..