"Think of it as an astrophysics lab where we can start to do experiments that aren't possible in any laboratory on Earth."
Have you found a good way to describe it to people who just don't get it?
Haumea might look a bit more lumpy and elongated than a typical dwarf planet, but now it's got something most solar system planets don't – a ring.
Unless a Brexit deal is struck that ensures they remain eligible, British participants on some EU collaborations could be kicked off come March 2019.
Envy and jealousy are not the same thing.
"A picture is a key to understanding," says the award announcement.
How has it been that long already?!
The Work Of These Three Scientists Led To The Discovery Of Gravitational Waves, And Now They Have A Nobel For It
The ripples in space-time known as gravitational waves were detected for the first time in September 2015, and the discovery was announced early last year.
Three American scientists have won the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for isolating a gene that plays a crucial role in how our bodies synchronise with the rhythms of the day.
A lot happened in science this month. Can you remember it all?
"If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the ________."
Once you figure it out it's obvious.
Honestly, you will know all of these.
Easy as pi.
Have you ever peed in the pool?
Bonfire night food is the best food.
"The dinosaurs didn't 'rule the earth' they were just alive stop giving them credit for administrative skills they almost certainly didn't have."
Should you be allowed on the Party Planning Committee?
They're out of this world.
Anatomically speaking, that is.