Resources

Resources

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Where did all the Neptunes go?, European Southern Observatory blog article, August 2023

The universe is rippling with a faint ‘gravitational wave background’ created by colliding black holes, huge international study suggests, LiveScience, June 2023

Gravitational wave lab LIGO roars back online to detect the oldest black hole collisions ever seen, LiveScience, May 2023

Nobody took John F. Clauser’s quantum experiments seriously. 50 years later, he’s collecting a Nobel Prize, LiveScience and Space.com, December 2022

Press releases co-written at the Communications Department at the European Southern Observatory:

ESO telescope reveals hidden views of vast stellar nurseries

First direct image of a black hole expelling a powerful jet

First results from ESO telescopes on the aftermath of DART’s asteroid impact

Research:

Scientific articles

Doctoral thesis

Swedish texts

Media appearances

Selected recent talks

Science communication at the OKC, Oskar Klein Centre, March 2024

Is the universe a black hole?, Utrecht University, November 2023

Astronomer at War: On Karl Schwarzschild’s military activities during World War I, Vossius Center / Amsterdam University, October 2023

Black hole science and colonialism, Black Hole Initiative / Harvard University, June 2023

The human side of black holes, Imiloa Astronomy Center, June 2023

Communicating the new GMVA black hole image, Black Hole Initiative / Harvard University, May 2023

The human side of black holes, European Southern Observatory Headquarters, March 2023

Black hole science and colonialism, European Southern Observatory Headquarters, March 2023

A human perspective on black holes, Valkhof Museum, January 2023

What do black holes teach us about the Earth?, Black Hole Initiative / Harvard University, November 2022

Astronomy and colonial conflicts, Fysikum, November 2022

What do black holes teach us about the Earth?, Dutch Black Hole Consortium, September 2022

Le Rond Universel, konsttolkning vid Örebro konsthall, hösten 2021