"A Star is Born" - a podcast program
A radio podcast program (3 episodes, 40 min each) in which I explain concepts from astronomy, cosmology, and physics, to the public, from the Big-Bang, through the formation and evolution of galaxies and stars, finishing with topics from my current research.
Click here to listen (in Hebrew).
This podcast program is part of "the Lab Project" of the Israeli broadcasting cooperation "Kan", where researchers and grad-students from diverse fields, explain their research and general science topics to the public
We were organizing monthly lectures, open and free to the public, followed by telescope observations. In addition, we organize open house nights at the WISE observatory in Mitzpe Ramon and Perseid shower events. In these events, I gave introductory public talks on various topics and guided sky observations.
In the Press
"Chemistry in the turbulent interstellar medium" (Nov 2019)
"Water Could Have Been Abundant in the First Billion Years"
A Harvard - TAU press release that appeared in in the National Geographic journal and in the Ha'aretz newspaper, and in various web journals:
ScienceMag "Water may have been plentiful in universe's first billion years"
IFLScience "Was Water Abundant In The Early Universe?"
AstronomyNow "Was water abundant in the first billion years of the universe?"
I am excited to be part of the CATS collaboration, with the aim of making science more accessible and open-source!
CATS (Catalog for Astrophysical Turbulence Simulations)
is an open-source database of magneto-hydrodynamical simulations, open, and free for download, ready for science!
Check out our website https://www.mhdturbulence.com/
The paper is coming soon (ApJ. accepted!)