Web users help support the popular science website, citing “the value and impact of science education,” “science and beauty” and “sharing the wonder” as reasons.
Matt Daniel – featured blogger at EarthSky.org – finished in the Final Four in the 2013 WxChallenge for weather forecasting.
After 22 years of being a clear voice for science on radio, June 2, 2013 will be the last broadcast for Austin-based EarthSky. But the website will continue.
EarthSky was recently awarded the opportunity to cover the inauguration of ALMA, the most powerful telescope yet built.
EarthSky Lifeform of the Week blogger has a post included in the 2012 edition of Best Science Writing Online. Congratulations, Alex! We are proud of you.
EarthSky airs on international editions of Voice of America’s Daybreak Asia and Crossroads Asia. Check this post for updated broadcast times.
The two- to three-minute EarthSky en Español videos are being broadcast on the popular program Detrás del Saber at 8:30 p.m. Central Standard Time, and with multiple broadcast times thereafter in 2012.
EarthSky 22 now airs on 40 radio stations and online. It features interviews with scientists, reports on Global Night Sky and Weird Science, and a rockin’ Song of the Week.
Check out EarthSky 22 – the best new science podcast on the Internet – featured today through the weekend on NSF’s Science360 news service.
EarthSky’s Jorge Salazar joins Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye the Science Guy and other science communicators chosen for their great work on Twitter.
Want more EarthSky? Speak Spanish? New EarthSky en Español video segments premiere weeknights, April 30 through May 21, 2012 on the Galavisión program Detrás del Saber.
EarthSky en Español video segments premiere this week on Galavisión (USA), on the popular program Detrás del Saber. Check here for a schedule.
EarthSky space blogger Laura Dattaro will be live on ImpactRadio from Johannesburg, South Africa on Thursday, February 1, 2012 at 17:30 UTC.
Dr. Gavin A. Schmidt of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York is EarthSky’s Science Communicator of the Year for 2011.
EarthSky has been named Best Radio Show of 2011 by the Population Institute for its excellence in population reporting.
With 18,000 friends on Facebook for EarthSky en Espanol and 52,000 friends on our English-language Facebook page … the party is just starting.
As of early January 2012, EarthSky en Espanol had earned 18,000 friends on Facebook … and counting!
The CCAS Arts & Sciences Advocacy Award honors an individual or organization demonstrating exemplary advocacy for the arts and sciences,
EarthSky tweets don’t just offer science news. They also lead our Twitter followers to posts featuring the voices of scientists themselves. Join us!
EarthSky 22 – your 22 minutes of science and music weekly – is now broadcasting on 35 radio stations across the U.S.
Moon, Aldebaran, Pleiades before bedtime
Learning to live on the moon … underwater