Hello! If you’ve been to my blog before you may have noticed a slight change in what’s going on here – it used to be titled ‘MWA Student Army; constructing the Murchison Widefield Array’.
All those posts are still below, detailing the two trips I got to take with a group of university students to the gorgeous Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory in WA.
I’ll be back up in the Murchison in a few weeks (I can barely contain my excitement) and will definitely blog about that, but I’m also expanding into all the things I do as part of my adventures in astronomy outreach and education.
There’s a few exciting things in the air at the moment, and I’ll be keeping more regular updates on the MWA project here as well (it’s coming along so fast – I can barely believe the telescope is going to be launched in 6 weeks!)
I’m planning on writing about anything that takes my fancy in astronomy and the world of communicating science, so feel free to suggest a topic you’d like me to write about.
Otherwise, enjoy my more frequent stories from the world of astronomy in Western Australia.