To avoid the eighth-circle-of-hell tedium of grading, lean on your students’ collaborative creativity and have some fun.
Another day, another "habitable" exoplanet discovery—and more headlines suggesting that aliens live there.
The Summer 2019 issue (vol. 48 no. 3) of Mercury magazine is online for ASP members, featuring everything from black holes, awesome radio telescopes, mind-blowing astrophysical concepts to educational matters.
If humanity disappeared tomorrow, in 65 million years' time, very little evidence would be left of our nature to explore and understand the universe.
Without her, the Hubble Space Telescope may not have gotten off the ground.
Welcome to Mercury magazine’s new online destination: Mercury Online!
A cautionary tale about never underestimating a class full of Astro101 students.