May 25, 2019 8:25 am MDTJoe Bauman: Expanding knowledge about black holes with first first photo The first-ever photo of a black hole in space, released April 10, is a scientific triumph. Eight huge radio telescopes were united by computer to make an image of the hole's event horizon as detailed as if taken by an instrument as wide as the Earth.
May 3, 2019 6:03 am MDTJoe Bauman: Science and spirituality Does spirituality have a legitimate role in astronomy?
Dec 29, 2018 8:02 am MSTJoe Bauman: Learning to protect Earth from dangerous asteroids A NASA spacecraft arrived at an asteroid called Bennu on Dec. 3, and scientists have already made important discoveries about it. But the most important thing they may learn is how to protect Earth from asteroid and comet strikes.
Nov 3, 2018 7:28 am MDTJoe Bauman: The discovery of pulsars, half a century ago About 50 years ago, Joycelyn Bell — a graduate student at Cambridge University, England — detected strange, quickly-repeating radio pulses from space. She had made a major discovery: the previously unknown rotating neutron stars called pulsars