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Chirp – An App for Monitoring Gravitational Wave Alerts

November 1, 2019

I’m absolutely delighted to announce that a spare-time project I have been involved with for the best part of a year has finally been released. Enter Chirp – an app to help you monitor gravitational wave alerts. The app is being officially released to coincide with the start of O3b, the second part of the...

Publications

January 6, 2019

2020 Morrell S, Naylor T (2020) Erratum: Exploring the M-dwarf Luminosity-Temperature-Radius relationships using Gaia DR2 2019 Carter A, Nikolov N, Sing D, Alam M, Goyal J, Mikal-Evans T, Wakeford H, Henry G, Morrell S, López-Morales M, Smalley B, Lavvas P, Barstow J, Muñoz A, Wilson P, Gibson A (2019) Detection of Na, K and H2O...

Outreach

October 23, 2017

Great Conjunction 2020 In December 2020, the astrophysics group at the University of Exeter ran an outreach event commemorating the conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, an event known as a great conjunction. I helped oversee the online branch of this project, and produced the live stream. For more information see my post on the project,...

What I’ve Been Listening To – January 2017

February 1, 2017

Port Cities – On the Nights You Stay Home This is yet another group that convinces me that Canadians are great at music. Any indipendent artist supergroup of sorts, this the combination of 3 different solo acts in a glorious song writing, music producing partnership. If the chilled beat with well produced drums wasn’t enough,...

May 25, 2016

Dr Samuel Morrell University of Exeter I'm an astrophysicist at the University of Exeter, in Devon, UK. My current work spans studies of young clusters, stellar evolution, and exoplanet science. I'm passionate about science education and outreach. I also develop software, such as Chirp. He/Him Email: smorrell@astro.ex.ac.uk ORCiD: 0000-0001-6352-5312 Looking for something? M-dwarf Radius Paper...