Henry attempts to explain (somewhat quantitatively) the very basics of cosmology and what it means for the universe to be expanding in less than three minutes here.
Here is a particularly amazing galaxy cluster discovered by Henry Lin's mentor. The rate at which stars are forming in this galaxy cluster is unprecedented.
How is science, as it is done by living, breathing scientists, different from the impression of science that is sometimes given in textbooks?
Reflect upon the quote by Henry Ford: “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.” Besides cars, what other technologies does this quote apply to?