Brian Koberlein

Brian Koberlein is an astrophysicist and science writer with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. He writes about astronomy and astrophysics on his blog. You can follow him on YouTube, and on Twitter @BrianKoberlein.

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Astronomers narrow in on where Planet 9 might be hiding
Brian Koberlein
There are eight known planets in the solar system, but for a while, there has been some evidence that there might be one more.
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A major Einstein theory was just proven right, 106 years later
Brian Koberlein
In 1905, Albert Einstein wrote a paper that was just two pages long. It changed physics forever.
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47 years later, Stephen Hawking’s most important idea was just proven correct
Brian Koberlein
The most mysterious objects in space are slowly coming into view.
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“Primordial black holes” could confirm a theory about the origins of the universe
Brian Koberlein
The size of a tennis ball. The mass of the Earth.
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Exo-Titans: why the moons of rogue planets could surprise us with alien life
Brian Koberlein
The search for life on exoplanets takes a fairly conservative approach. It focuses on life that is similar to that of Earth.
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Why Starlink could be giving away our position to aliens
Brian Koberlein
We might be able to see alien megaconstellations — and vice versa.
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Dark matter may not be where we thought it was
Brian Koberlein
Abnormally warm exoplanets could be a sign of elusive physics happening deep below.
out there
This one inhospitable place could be where we finally find aliens
Brian Koberlein
Breakthrough Listen project, the largest SETI project in decades, is looking toward an unexpected place for alien civilizations