Two celebrated astronomers from the Vatican Observatory on the joy of discovery and delighting in what we don't know. Listen to this podcast from Becoming Wise.
Our interview with physicist and author brought about this fun and wide-ranging set of time-shift tweets. He brings an infectious excitement to the conversation about the frontiers of modern physics and how vital science is to understanding the nature of life and reality.
A video that will inspire you to think more deeply about your place in the universe.
Quotations from Carl Sagan and rainbows in oil puddles are only the tip of the iceberg with this show. Visual notes to help you find ways in and remember.
Our interview with Natalie Batalha resulted in a wonderful set of time-shift tweets. We compile them for your pleasure.
Listen to these sounds of black holes merging and falling into one another and the "white noise" of the Big Bang. A TED Talk with Janna Levin that stirs the mind.
Gates shares with us a scientist's rich, connected way of looking at the universe, and we've captured him in Twitter form.
A meteor shower called the Quadrantids remind of us of the cosmic beauty of the heavens.
A reflection on the priesthood from Jesuit Fr. Guy Consolmagno.
13.7 billion years scaled into one year helps makes sense of the universe's massive scale in this video + chart.
Live from the studio, we captured Br. Guy and Fr. George's best lines and paired them with a video of The Colbert Report's interview with Br. Consolmagno.
Comments from two cosmologists and NASA's images from a refurbished Hubble.