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Jamie Carter

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United Kingdom

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Recent:
  • Live Science
  • Forbes
  • TechRadar
Past:
  • SCMP News
  • Creative Bloq
  • Scientific American
  • Sky & Telescope
  • Wareable

Recent articles by Jamie:

The 7 most terrifying things in space

From megacomets to rogue black holes, these formidable phenomena make the universe a truly dangerous place. → Read More

Bright-green fireballs spotted over New Zealand. Here's what's probably happening.

What's the chemistry behind these green sightings? → Read More

How, Why And When To Photograph ‘Fireballs’ From The Perseid Meteor Shower

How to photograph "shooting stars" this weekend as the annual Perseid meteor shower peaks during a full Moon. → Read More

Astronomers plan to fish an interstellar meteorite out of the ocean using a massive magnet

The interstellar asteroid crashed into the Pacific Ocean in 2014 and its recovery would be a world-changing scientific discovery, scientists say. → Read More

When To See An ‘Earth-Grazer’ This Weekend: Don’t Write-Off The Perseid Meteor Shower, Says Expert

Despite the presence of a full Moon, meteor rates will still be better than 95% of all other nights this year—but only if you know exactly when to look. → Read More

Perseid meteor shower: Facts and how to watch

Everything you need to know about August's prolific display of "shooting stars." → Read More

'Yoda' primates sing duets like opera stars

Scientists recorded tarsiers' duets on an Indonesian island. → Read More

Huge, potentially disruptive sunspot will swing round to face Earth this weekend

It could disrupt satellites, cause power outages and lead to problems for airplane navigation systems. → Read More

Space Junk From A SpaceX Capsule Found In Australian Farmer’s Field

Parts of a SpaceX space capsule has been found in farmer’s field in rural New South Wales, Australia. → Read More

Thousands of jellyfish swarm near Israel, mesmerizing images reveal

Nomad jellyfish recently swarmed by the thousands. → Read More

Download The Webb Telescope’s Latest Images Of A Rare ‘Ring Galaxy’ In 4K Detail

The Cartwheel Galaxy has been unveiled by the James Webb Space Telescope. Here's how to see, understand and download the images. → Read More

Mammal ancestor looked like a chubby lizard with a tiny head and had a hippo-like lifestyle

The animal lived before the rise of the dinosaurs and was likely amphibious. → Read More

Mars and Uranus will line up in a rare 'planetary conjunction' this weekend. Here's how to watch.

It's a rare opportunity to see the Red Planet and the green planet in the same binocular field of view. → Read More

Scientists discover 200 'Goldilocks' zones on the moon where astronauts could survive

Scientists discover pits on the moon that are room temperature in the shade. → Read More

SpaceX Will Launch The New $3.2 Billion ‘Roman’ Space Telescope, Says NASA

What is the Roman Space Telescope? A colleague for Webb, Roman will launch in 2026 on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket. → Read More

Sony NW-WS413 Walkman review

The waterproof Sony NW-WS413 resurrects the humble MP3 → Read More

Haylou PurFree BC01 bone conduction headphones review

The Haylou PurFree BC01 is easy to use and offers good sound, although it's effort to master the controls at first. → Read More

I used this bizarre compact camera to shoot 3D videos for my Oculus Quest 2

Like the sound of a compact camera that lets you shoot and watch 3D videos? KanDao's latest innovator just does just that, but has a few flaws to iron out. → Read More

This Week’s New Space Images From The Webb Telescope And More Will Make Your Jaw Drop

It's been one of the best weeks ever for space images, with the first images from the James Webb Space Telescope providing the highlights. Here's everything you missed. → Read More

Webb: Why NASA’s New ‘Ultimate Space Telescope’ Means The Future Is Flat-Packed

The success of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) means this hugely ambitious space observatory is officially flight-proven—and thus a blueprint for all future space telescopes, all of which will be even bigger and better. → Read More