Interview with an Astronomer

Women and Girls in Astronomy

A global outreach project of the International Astronomical Union.

The Scientia Publica project

Scientia Publica is a project dedicated to communicating scientific news to a broad audience, either in the form of popular science or interdisciplinary outreach. It started in 2019 and continues until today. It consists of articles and podcast episodes in the Greek language. The titles below have been translated to English.


Episode 1: Part 1: Detecting water on the Moon, Part 2: Mapping cosmic filaments with the SDSS galaxy survey

Episode 2: Part 1: Jupiter’s transient luminous events, Part 2: The quest for a detection of cosmic anisotropy

Episode 3: Could a cosmic void reconcile the Hubble constant discrepancy?

Episode 4: “Digging” into Venus’ past

Episode 5: The hunt for gamma rays in Milky Way


Potential signs of life on Venus

Astronomers use slime mold to explore the Universe

Space food in the past and today

Will Betelgeuse explode?

Vera Rubin and her telescope

Where are all the aliens?

Hera, the protector of space

Looking for water on the Moon

Building the new world

Apollo 50: One small step for Man, one giant leap for science

A great cosmic mystery

Pareto’s principle

TheBeautifulMars Project (NASA HiRISE mission)

Contributed by translating content for the Greek webpage of the NASA HiRISE mission.

Meandering Slope Streak

Remains of Summer at the South Pole

Color Wonderland of Mawrth Valles Region

Windows to Ancient Mars

Active Gullies on Martian Sand Dunes

Texts from space

A personal blog, consisting of original or translated content, on the interaction between science and society.

Exploration is the key to freedom

The dynamic, stochastic, and unremarkable world

Productive or busy: keeping afloat in a chaotic world

The Schifanoia palace: astrometry art in the Renaissance

A reflection on natural sciences with few societal applications

How COVID-19 can teach us to come to peace with uncertainty