This is the headquarters for "A User's Guide to the Universe," published in March 2010, and "The Universe in the Rearview Mirror" published in Summer, 2013. We've got fun cartoons, snarky commentary on cosmology and physics, and tutorials on everything from black holes to the Higgs Boson.
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You’ve almost certainly seen all-sky maps like the Planck CMB map, above. To those of us in the biz, it may seem obvious what it is we’re looking at, but that’s only because we’re overly familiar. It’s worth reminding ourselves … Continue reading
I’ve been a little lax with the blogging lately. I’m sure you’ll forgive me. Before getting to the main topic, I have a couple of quick announcements: I have an column coming out Wednesday or Thursday this week. I’ll be … Continue reading