Don’t forget to submit your images to be featured on my blog in a post in preparation for the Great American Solar Eclipse!Read More Deadline to have Previous Eclipse Photos Featured is Approaching
Ever see an arcus cloud? More specifically, a shelf cloud, or roll cloud? Check out this post for more!Read More An Arcus Cloud Brings Forth a Storm!
Due to overwhelming interest, I’ve extended the opportunity to be featured on my blog to images *previously* taken of a solar eclipse in totality!Read More Additional Feature: Send Past Eclipse Photos to be Featured on my Blog!
Here’s your chance to have your images and videos shared with the world! Send me your images and videos and I’ll feature them in a blog post after the Eclipse!!Read More Get Your Images/Videos of the Great American Eclipse Featured on my Blog!
I do post about science, but I also like to inform people of great opportunities to help them with their research. Space Advocate and NASA Advisor Ariel Waldman has informed me about a NASA grant, and wants to extend the opportunity to as many women/of color as possible. The grant is given by the NASA Innovative […]Read More NASA Grant Opportunity for Women in the U.S.
If you love seeing physics in action on another planet, check this out. ALL THE PHYSICS, ALL THE AWESOME!Read More Whacky Things with Saturn’s Atmosphere and its Rings
After some hard work and testing various methods, I’ve processed my best image of Jupiter to date, and I am quite pleased with it!!Read More My Best Image Process of Jupiter To Date—and it’s the Great Red Spot!!
At about 7:06 PM PDT, Juno flew over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, and the images are breathtaking!!Read More Juno’s Flyby of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is Complete, and the Images and GIFs are SPECTACULAR!
Tomorrow is a really big day for Juno, and for humanity. Juno will make the closest *ever* flyby of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, bringing us the best data on the beastly storm to date.Read More Juno Set for Closest Ever Flyby of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot
Learn about my unconventional path to the field of physics.Read More The day I got to be a Rocket Woman!