Press & Outreach

Here’s a running list of my blog posts and public outreach efforts:

Jan 8th, 2015 – My take on determining the ages of stars at Sky & Telescope.

Dec 31st, 2014 – I appeared on KYW 1060 to discuss a fireball seen over the northeast US.

Dec 31st, 2014 – Don’t worry about a star passing through the Oort cloud – NBC News

Nov 13th, 2014 – On WHYY’s The Pulse discussing the most distant stars in the Milky Way!

July 9th, 2014 – Check out our press release on the most distant Milky Way stars ever seen!

Jan 24th, 2014 – Check me out on WHYY’s – The Pulse

Dec 23rd, 2013 – New blog post at Sky & Telescope – New Cutoff for Star Sizes

Nov 12th, 2013 – New blog post at Sky & Telescope – The Next New Meteor Shower

Nov 6th, 2013 – Hope to see you at – Nerd Nite Philadelphia!

July 1st, 2013 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – Sneaky Star Dating

June 13, 2013 – Come see my talk at the Franklin Institute on “The Most Important Telescope You’ve Never Heard Of”

June 6, 2013 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – Trapping Alien Dust

Apr 29, 2013 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – One Gap, No Planets

Feb 21, 2013 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – Tiniest Exoplanet Discovered Around Sun-like Star

Feb 20, 2013 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – A Stellar Senior Citizen

Jan 28, 2013 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – Dead Stars Might Make Good Exoplanet Targets

Jan 4, 2013 – Happy New Year! Headed to the AAS meeting in Long Beach, CA to present work with my colleagues and students!

Dec 5, 2012 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – Planets Could Form Around Brown Dwarfs

Nov 28, 2012 – New article on astro-ph – Mapping the Local Halo: Statistical Parallax Analysis of SDSS Low-Mass Subdwarfs

Nov 27, 2012 – Look for my News Note in the Jan 2013 issue of Sky & Telescope!

Nov 19, 2012 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – Making Mini Oort Clouds

Nov 9, 2012 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – A New Goldilocks Planet

Oct 22, 2012 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – Aurorae Grace Stellar Skies

Oct 22, 2012 – New blog at Sky & Telescope – Four Mammoth Cameras Take On the Sky