Two Weeks In, the Webb Space Telescope Is Reshaping Astronomy
“We have this exquisitely sensitive machine that is going to serendipitously reveal things we didn’t even know we were looking for,” Barentine said. “In almost every image Webb takes, it’s worth poking around in the background.”
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Episode 28- Returning Darkness to the Night Sky with John Barentine
John Barentine is the founder of Dark Sky Consulting. He joins me in this episode to talk about returning the darkness to the night sky. John holds a Ph.D. in astronomy and has worked for the National Solar Observatory, Apache Point Observatory, and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. He formerly worked as the Director of Public Policy for the International Dark Sky Association.
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This Colorado community fought to save its darkness — and all that relies on it to thrive
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