Colin Stuart

is creating astronomy articles and books
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About Colin Stuart

Help me tell the space stories that need to be told

How? Well, there are space books I'd love to write that I am not currently able to. It takes a lot of time to research and craft a great book proposal to grab the attention of potential publishers. Even then there's no guarantee it'll be accepted and the time spent putting the pitch together is in vain. As a full time writer I often find myself taking on other paid work to make a living, leaving me little time to work on lengthy book proposals. There has never been a more exciting time in our exploration of the universe. We're constantly finding new things and pushing back the boundaries of our knowledge. Week after week we discover something amazing. These stories deserve to be told. My hope is that your kind Patreon contributions will buy out some of my time to work on these important projects. Together we can shout loudly about our achievements in space. In return you'll receive exclusive articles on the latest astronomical findings and unique behind-the-scenes insights into my latest projects.

More about me

I’m an astronomy author who has talked to over half a million people about the universe. My thirteen books have sold more than 300,000 copies worldwide and been translated into 19 languages. I've written over 150 popular science articles for publications including The Guardian, New Scientist, The Wall Street Journal and the European Space Agency. In recognition of my efforts to popularise astronomy, the asteroid (15347) Colinstuart is named after me. I am also a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and have talked about the wonders of the universe on Sky News, BBC News and Radio 5Live.

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