Archive

2018

December 2018

BAN #75: InSight plays the claw arcade game for real, Meet the SciRens

BAN #74: Simulating Apollo 8, Ancestry of an Earth-impacting asteroid

BAN #73: Solar astronomy, iceball flyby

BAN #72: Flowing craters, Greasy space, thumbs-up

BAN #71: Following Kim, Exterminating me

BAN #70: An island sinks, a storm rages, a cloud waves

BAN #69: A comet brightens, a planet warms

BAN #68: General Tso, Green energy, Dramatic owl

BAN #67: Church Moonrise, Photonic mea culpa

November 2018

BAN #66: Virgin in space, Winter soldiering, Tweetonacci

BAN #65: Goodbye, Facebook

BAN #64: NASA’s bifurcated message

BAN #63: Flat Earthing, Trek cruising, Tromboning

BAN #62: A ton of money

BAN #61: Music of 5,000 sols and a noisy astronomer

BAN #60: NASA in 8k, Climate hope, Peryton place

BAN #59: VOTE, Desert Bus for Hope, Aliens (won’t) invade, Lunar flyby

BAN #58: VOTE, Icy Boomerang, Ticked-off eagle

October 2018

BAN #57: V O T E

BAN #56: Wheaton’s way, Falcon thrice, climate opportunities

BAN #55: Space’s Deepest Secrets, a launch to Mercury, and a piquant follow

BAN #54: Falcon 9 launch terrifies LA, so let’s crush all of humanity into a small cube.

BAN #53: LEGO contest for science, Kiki communicates for science

BAN 52: Ships that collide, asteroids that hopefully won’t

BAN #51: Space:1999, Arctic ice:2018

BAN 50: Nanodiamonds, microspicules, and normal-sized lightning maps

BAN #49: Rover naming, Saturn grazing

September 2018

BAN #48: A meatier meteor question than usual

BAN #47 Phil yells, following Mika

BAN #46 Dirty hats, sunny floods, Make America Gaseous Again

BAN #45: Chinese Moon, a talk in PA, and Brown’s Green law

BAN #44: Breakaway + 19, Humanity’s volume

BAN #43: Ariel heads south, polychromatic clouds

BAN #42: 8 planets, tall cliffs, Dragon departs

BAN #41: Melting Greenland, Rose blooms, Boulder magazine

August 2018

BAN #40: Crowning glory, dune fine, up The Nose

BAN #39: Following Sophia, India’s crew, Talking exoplanets in Pennsylvania

BAN #38: Solar eclipsing, Robot uprising, Black holes merging

BAN #37: Booking Kierkegaardashian, Venus’s mysteries, is Earth special?

BAN #36: Carbon monoxide blows, M27 glows

BAN #35: Falling toward an asteroid, Mini Museum, Trek on a cruise with me

BAN #34: Fear and Saturn, Too many galaxies

BAN #33: Time for Rosemary, I glove you

BAN #32: Trump’s science, mission to Mercury, new astronauts, and a climate cautionary tale

July 2018

BAN #31: Supporting science, Haboob redux, cruising Star Trek

BAN #30: Crunchy Ryugu, Blue Lake, the Moon eaten by the Earth’s shadow

BAN #29: Astronomy chopped, global weirding

BAN #28: Wiggly Moonset, Boosting ISS, Safariing the sky

BAN #27: Comic Con, meteorites, and a haboob

BAN #26: A quadruple quasar, a wise man’s illusion, and the transit of… Earth?

BAN #25: Video answers to your questions!, When will we see pix from JWST?, Stargate 'scope

BAN #24: Commenting is now on, Playing with Earth from space, and tooth math.

BAN #23: Retro Telescopes, Snow Kidding, and The Bloggess

June 2018

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #22

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #21

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #20

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #19

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #18

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #17

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #16

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #15

May 2018

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #14

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #13

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #12

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #11

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #10

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #9

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #8

Bad Astronomy Newsletter #7

Bad Astronomy Newsletter Issue #6

The entire Universe — or at least parts of it — as interpreted through the brain of Phil Plait: astronomer, science communicator, and goat herder.