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I have a new story published by ESA:


“Venus Express has revealed a planet of extraordinarily changeable and extremely large-scale weather. Bright hazes appear in a matter of days, reaching from the south pole to the low southern latitudes and disappearing just as quickly. Such ‘global weather’, unlike anything on Earth, has given scientists a new mystery to solve. …”

 

You can read the full story here for free.

I have another story published by ESA:


“Ulysses, the mission to study the Sun’s poles and the influence of our star on surrounding space is coming to an end. After more than 17 years in space – almost four times its expected lifetime – the mission is finally succumbing to its harsh environment and is likely to finish sometime in the next month or two. …”

 

You can read the full story here for free.

I have a new feature article in March’s BBC Sky At Night magazine.


“Stuart Clark reveals how amateurs have shed new light on the Universe.”

 

Read the full story in the March 2008 issue of BBC Sky At Night. Visit them online here.

I have a new story published at ESA.


“Using two ESA spacecraft, planetary scientists are watching the atmospheres of Mars and Venus being stripped away into space. The simultaneous observations by Mars Express and Venus Express give scientists the data they need to investigate the evolution of the two planets’ atmospheres. …”


Read the full story for free here.

My latest book, Deep Space, is published by Quercus and now available throughout the UK.


From the dust jacket:
“What are time and space? When and how did the universe begin – and how will it end? Why has such a rich variety of celestial objects come into being? And was life an inevitable development in the cosmos?

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I share the cover story on this week’s New Scientist.  My article explores the nature of dark matter, whilst Amanda Gefter’s companion piece explores the nature of dark energy.  Here’s the introduction to the two articles:

I have a new story published over at ESA


“A new analysis of impact cratering data from Mars reveals that the planet has undergone a series of global volcanic upheavals. These violent episodes spewed lava and water onto the surface, sculpting the landscape that ESA’s Mars Express looks down on today.”

 

Read the full story for free here.

I have a new feature article in the April edition of the BBC’s Sky At Night magazine:
“Stuart Clark investigates what Venus Express has discovered about Earth’s nearest neighbour …”


Read the full story in the April 2008 issue of BBC Sky At Night. Visit them online here.

Sainsbury’s Magazine has favourably reviewed my latest book, Deep Space, within their HOTLIST section. They say: “Clark writes clearly and accessibly about the science of the universe”. You can read the full review on page 183 in their April 2008 issue, the one with the big chocolate cake on the front.

I have just been made aware that on 7 March, my latest book, Deep Space, was picked as ‘something for the weekend’ by Mark Thwaite, becoming the editor’s choice over at the book depository (www.bookdepository.co.uk), an on-line bookseller.


Mark says, “Deep Space is awe-inspiring – and by that I mean Deep Space the book is awe-inspiring!



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