Jonathan O’Callaghan

Space Journalist, Author, TV Guest

Jonathan O’Callaghan is a freelance space journalist with more than a decade of experience, having worked for a number of media organisations around the world.

He specialises in covering commercial spaceflight, space exploration, and astrophysics, but also reports across a wide range of science, from CRISPR to climate change.

Jonathan’s work regularly features in Scientific American, Wired, New Scientist, Forbes, and a variety of other publications. He is also working on a series of non-fiction children’s books, and has made frequent TV appearances as a space expert on the BBC.

If you would like to enquire about a media appearance or a commission for work, please get in touch via email.

Below is a selection of Jonathan’s recent work. For a full list of articles, please click here.

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Contact

LOCATION

London, UK

Contact Info

jdaoca@gmail.com
@Astro_Jonny

News

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From the Lunar Far Side, China’s Rover Reveals Moon’s Hidden Depths

Scientific American

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Astronomers reveal first-ever image of a black hole

Horizon Magazine

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It will be 'snowing' nitrogen on Pluto for the next century

New Scientist

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SpaceX's Crew Dragon Spacecraft Just Docked With The International Space Station

Forbes

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Chinese officials circle as a second CRISPR pregnancy is confirmed

Wired

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Voyager 2 Spacecraft Enters Interstellar Space


Scientific American

Features

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The Tiny Scottish Town That Could Start Launching Rockets To Space

Forbes

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SpaceX's Starlink Could Cause Cascades of Space Junk

Scientific American

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2019 is the year that space tourism finally becomes a reality. No, really

Wired

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Surprise NASA Announcement Puts Future Of New Mega-Rocket In Doubt

Forbes

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The Giant Eye Seen From Space

Supercluster

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"Schrödinger's Bacterium" Could Be a Quantum Biology Milestone

Scientific American

 

Media Appearances