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A New Kind of Stargazing

A New Kind of Stargazing

As both a scientist and a science communicator, I am always looking for opportunities to share the world of astronomy with audiences that might not spend their days thinking about how the universe works. When a friend of mine who is a dancer and choreographer mentioned to me that she … Continue Reading →


JWST @ NYC, and art mysteries solved!

JWST @ NYC, and art mysteries solved!

I’ve lived in Maryland almost two years, just a short train ride away from New York City, and only recently ventured up to the Big Apple. It was for the World Science Festival, where I was volunteering at the full-scale model of the James Webb Space Telescope. The full-scale model … Continue Reading →


Looking to Lani in Hawaii

Looking to Lani in Hawaii

Hello Blueshift readers! I’m a new blogger here, and want to briefly introduce myself. I’m a NASA Postdoctoral Program Fellow here at Goddard, which means that I spend most of my time studying the universe. Ok, maybe that’s too broad…more specifically, I’m an astronomer in the field of observational cosmology; … Continue Reading →


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