eyes on the universe
Astronomers Are 'Racing Against Time' as Humanity Clogs the Air With Radio Signals
Interference is playing havoc with radio telescopes.
We Totally Meant to Do That
Humans Accidentally Made a Space Cocoon For Ourselves Out of Radio Waves
Praise be to the radio-induced space bubble.
A New Search Technique Could Exponentially Boost Discoveries of Black Holes
"For the past 10,000 years, astronomers have been studying the light side of the universe. We have now just begun to study the dark side of the universe."
Proof the Milky Way Is the Greatest Light Show Ever
The APEX Telescope’s giant new image shows the Milky Way as you've never seen it before.
Makers of Device That Can 'See' Through Walls Are Worried About Who Will Use It
It could save a life or spy on innocents, researchers say.
How a Dumbphone Can Steal Data From a Computer That Has Never Been Online
Researchers show that electromagnetic waves can be used to exchange data between an air-gapped computer and a phone.
How's the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Going?
Dr. Ragbir Bhathal, who leads Australia's Optical SETI project, thinks if there is extraterrestrial life out there, we may be just a generation or two away from finding it.
The Fastest Internet Ever Is Encased in a Laser Beam Pipeline to the Moon
The world's best internet is on the moon.
Crafting Portraits of Montreal's 'Electrosmog' Radioscape
Artist Jean-Pierre Aubé gives visual form to cities' growing radio frequency backgrounds
The Silent Dish
In 1956, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory was formed in rural Green Bank, West Virginia, and became the hotbed of radio astronomy in the United States. But now, with cell phones, wi-fi, and radio stations emitting massive amounts of radio waves...