Every living thing plays a part in keeping our world alive, as these two brief videos highlight.
Maybe you think, as I did, that all you have to do
to look through binoculars or a telescope is to put your eye to the
eyepiece. These practical tips may open up a whole new view.
An early morning visit to the top of Mt Victoria in Wellington, New Zealand let me enjoy the spectacle of Comet Lovejoy.
I’ve progressed in binocular ownership from a tiny ‘daypack’ pair to a truly monster set. Read on to find out how they all shape up.
I’m using my iPad for Twitter, looking at the stars, ambient sounds, playing a space trader game and reading things.
How many radio telescopes fit into a square kilometre? A whole lot. And some may come to New Zealand.
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