Author: Jason Tang

Frightening Filters & Fermi

“Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.” – Arthur C. Clarke It is a

A Brief History of Sidewalk Astronomy

With the Central Park Urban Starfest coming on September 22, now is an opportune time to look back on the history of astronomy outreach. Public

Stories of Mars

On July 27th, 2018, Mars will enter opposition. It will be the closest it has been to our pale blue dot in fifteen years. Right

That Which Awaits the Dawn

As we move into the summer, our gaze shifts from our neighbors in the Local Cluster towards our galactic plane. The Milky Way rises higher

How the Herdsman Lost his Club

With spring ending and summer just around the corner, let us look at an often-forgotten little constellation and the curious tale of how the herdsman

Lincoln Center – 2017 Wrap-Up

As Saturn follows Ophiuchus over the Western horizon, so ends another season of observing and outreach at Lincoln Center. Every Friday and Saturday from spring