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‘Welcoming autistic people’ is a new free guide, devised to educate and make astronomy events and activities more flexible and accommodating for people with autism. Sue Bowler takes a look.
Was Betelgeuse once in a binary star system? What causes it to vary over a vast range of timescales? Why did it dim dramatically in 2020? When and how will it explode? J. Craig Wheeler and Manos Chatzopoulos present a host of challenges to both observers and theorists.
Max Alexander has designed an exhibition and science communication project aimed at protecting the near-space environment
Cameron Patterson explains how, in these days of the complex interdependence of technologies, the Sun presents a decided threat to your train journey – and a great deal more besides
A new Roadmap for Solar System Research in the UK has been published, and the Solar System Advisory Panel report on the processes involved in updating the previous iteration
Emma Woodfield, Andy Smith and colleagues outline the research presented and discussed at the Autumn MIST meeting in November 2022
Sue Bowler talks to Ravindra Desai about the lure of solar physics, building a career and keeping safe on the Moon
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