Freelance science journalist based in Montreal, Canada
A bright and dazzling death of a star
These nights, the night sky hosts a new star that can be observed with the help of a small telescope. This star is actually the death of a massive star that, over 85,000 years ago, scattered the building blocks of everything in its glorious end.
Where are the global rallies in support of women's rights?
In 2017, a day after the official inauguration of Donald Trump, thousands of women took to the street in Washington DC and other cities in the U.S. to defend the right of women. In solidarity with the women of the U.S., many people worldwide came to the street and added their voices to this protest.
Iran, Starlink and Mr. Musk
On September 13th, Mahsa Amini, 22 years old girl visiting Tehran, the capital of Iran, was arrested by the 'Guidance Patrol.' Guidance patrol or 'morality police' is a part of the Iran Police force. They stop in the streets with their vans, and if they think someone, especially women, doesn't have a 'proper' hijab, they will arrest them.
The dragon is rising; will it be the new ruler of the Space?
China Space Agency released its five-year plan for space exploration on Jan 28th. There are ambition goals set for the next five years in this document, including expanding the Tiangong Space station, developing the technology required for the Mars sample return mission and shaping an international coalition to build a lunar research facility on the Moon and launching a large space telescope to the orbit.
The Suicide Squad: An unintentional political commentary
"The suicide squad" movie originated in the chaos. When the Guardians of the Galaxy director, James Gun, was fired from the Marvel studios by the decision of the Disney company executives (Parent company of Marvel Studios), the chaos began.
Injured shoulder of the hunter
Betelgeuse, formally known as the brightest star of the constellation Orion, acting weirdly lately. Some consider this behavior as an indicator for imminent, chaotic and magnificent death of Betelgeuse. But astronomers are not sure about it.