• “Who is a Journalist?” Or “What is Journalism?”

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The Night Sky, The Forgotten Nature: Uncovering the Impact of One Television Programme on Astronomy Communication in Iran
For last six years, we celebrated summer (in the northern hemisphere at least) with the promise of inevitable winter and this year finally winter is here.

“Who is a Journalist?” Or “What is Journalism?”

In “Journalism in the age of blogging,” Alan Knight mentioned few reasons that lead to undermining the public trust toward the journalism and these could lead to gave the legitimacy and credibility to the new forms of journalism.

As Alan Knight, mentions: “The Internet allows anyone to become not only a media critic but also a reporter and a producer.” (“WHO IS A JOURNALIST?” 2008, 117)

The technological advancement in recent years is one major player in the resurfacing the question of who is a journalist.

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TESS, A New exoplanet hunter

Falconry; This is the name of a sport and ancient method of hunting.

In this method, hunters are using trained falcons to hunt. Now it is time for a galactic falconry.

This time the planet hunters will use a Falcon to send their trap to space. Their targets are extrasolar planets near the Earth.

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Truth in the age of Technology

The 4th Kavli Symposium on science journalism was held 19-21 February in Austin, TX. More than 50 science journalists and computer scientists gathered in Austin and discussed Fact Checking, Data Journalism, Artificial Intelligence and Technology and Truths. Keep Reading

The Night Sky, The Forgotten Nature

The Night Sky, The Forgotten Nature: Uncovering the Impact of One Television Programme on Astronomy Communication in Iran

In 2001, two brothers known as the Saffarianpour brothers started a television programme on Iranian state television called Aseman-e-shab (The Night Sky).

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Winter Is Here, but Why?

For last six years, we celebrated summer (in the northern hemisphere at least) with the promise of inevitable winter and this year finally winter is here. The Game of Thrones TV show is going to come back in just a few days for its 7th season and this time the Great War in the middle of winter is ahead of us.

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