Fake eclipse glasses polluting marketplace, astronomers warn

With the total solar eclipse approaching, counterfeit and fake eclipse glasses are polluting the marketplace. Here's how to make sure you get the right thing.

EarthSky meets its first crowd-funding campaign goal in one day

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.

EarthSky weather blogger in Final Four of national weather forecasting competition

Matt Daniel - featured blogger at EarthSky.org - finished in the Final Four in the 2013 WxChallenge for weather forecasting.

EarthSky says goodbye to radio

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 to cover ALMA Telescope Inauguration on March 13

EarthSky was recently awarded the opportunity to cover the inauguration of ALMA, the most powerful telescope yet built.

EarthSky featured blogger in Best Science Writing Online 2012

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.

Updated times for Voice of America broadcasts of EarthSky in Asia

EarthSky airs on international editions of Voice of America Daybreak Asia and Crossroads Asia. Check this post for updated broadcast times.

EarthSky video schedule on Galavision’s Détras del Saber summer 2012

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.

EarthSky 22 wins award for communications excellence

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.

A whole lotta love for your 22 minutes of science and music, EarthSky 22

Check out EarthSky 22 - the best new science podcast on the Internet - featured today through the weekend on NSF's Science360 news service.