was our chief scientist at Spaceward Bound New Zealand. Check out a bit about her astrobiology work here. Professor Kathy Campbell – Life and Environment.
Hello and welcome! I am an astrobiologist and a science communicator about all things space-related, but especially human space exploration, astrobiology and astronomy. I work with a wide variety of projects that involve people and working with the media; I decided to write this blog as one of my ways of engaging with like-minded space-heads. What do …
I don’t know who made this pic but a friend of mine sent it to me one day. It took me a long time to figure out how to cross my eyes and see things in perspective but I managed to do it in the end and the result was spectacular … 🙂
There is a Milky Way Kiwi at the heart of all of us!
A MILKY WAY KIWI IS SOMEONE WHO SHOWS UP TO LIVE IN THE FUTURE. A BIT WILD, VERY CURIOUS, A MILKY WAY KIWI CHOOSES LIFE AND CARES ABOUT IT. IT KNOWS THAT HE OR SHE IS MADE OF STARDUST. AND BECAUSE OF THAT EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE IN LIFE. WE ARE BEAUTIFUL, BRIGHT AND ETERNAL, JUST LIKE THE STARS.
Finding directions from the stars has never been easier. In the modern times, everyone has a phone app. However, there are some old tricks just in case you run out of battery with or without maps.
I could never quite grasp November, never understood the point of it being there. Feeling too cold and too hot in the same time… my senses definitely refused to multitask. Then, eons later when I discovered Wellington with its famous five seasons in one day: spring, summer, autumn, winter and Monsoon, November felt less incomprehensible.
Today at 2:31 PM NZST all Wellingtonians stopped working and instead, instantly occupied the space “under the tables for all the wrong reasons”. Immediately after that, in a perfect orchestration, everyone vacated their working places! Wellington’s CBD suddenly become alive as people started their silent march down the hill – since nobody could talk on the phone due to the network overload! Why down the hill nobody knows but fact is that the entire working force of Wellington acted in solidarity, for once, today, in a new type of strike … the strike slip!!