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Credit: Carl Knox/OzGrav
The Zwicky Transient facility unveiled yet another extremely rare cosmic event! We witnessed a star being tidally disrupted and consumed by a supermassive black hole, which launched a luminous beam of light and material towards Earth about 8.5 billion years ago. The transient source was named AT2022cmc.
Interview in Science Magazine
Article by Zack Savitsky with title: "Radio bursts from ‘zombie’ black holes excite astronomers"
Astronomy on Tap - Los Angeles!
Dr Cameron Hummels
Prof. Rachel Bezanson
Caltech Astro
A bar talk with the expert
With journalist Iris Andreoni and in collaboration
with our friends from Make You Greener and L'Ecopost 
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Article:  Inside the amazing, crazy hunt for super-powerful space energy
Published on The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald

image: D. Futselaar

When Art meets Astronomy...
"Deeper Darker Brighter"
Hawthorn Town Hall, VIC
12 May - 1 July 2018
In collaboration with the "Deeper Wider Faster" astronomy program
Find out more about the Artists:
Pamela Bain
Carolyn Lewens 

image: University of Warwick/Mark Garlick, Wikimedia Commons

Astronomers shocked by massive supernova that keeps exploding for more than 600 days

Interview published on The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Canberra Times

image: Carl Knox

photo: Carl Knox

image: NSF/LIGO/Sonoma State University/A. Simonnet

"We've discovered gravitational waves, 
what's next?"
Similar (better) version of the video on Twitter

photo: Cristina Baglio

Kilonovae, kilonovae everywhere!
Disclaimer: this meme was created before O3 ;-)
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