In this video series we will look at the science, technology and people involved in the NANOGrav collaboration.
NANOGrav stands for the North American Nanohertz Gravitational Wave Observatory. The goal of this project is to observe gravitational waves, an elusive phenomenon predicted by Einstein's theory of general relativity, by using a technique known as pulsar timing.
An introduction to astronomy and astrophysics, aimed at a high school / first year undergraduate level. This series will cover both the properties of astrophysical objects like stars, nebulae and galaxies, and the methods used to study these objects and verify our theories
An introductory video series on the Big Bang theory and cosmology aimed at a high school / early undergraduate level. This series will explain the key concepts and processes in the theory as well as the observational evidence and current areas of research in the theory.