Mark Zastrow is a science writer and a graduate student at Boston University. He writes about space, the intersection of science and technology, and humans who do science. His work has appeared in Sky & Telescope, at DiscoverMagazine.com, and in other online outlets.
He received his bachelor’s degree in astrophysics from the University of Minnesota and his masters in astronomy from Boston University. He is currently getting his masters in science journalism at Boston University in the fall, and takes quiet pleasure in the fact that his zip code is the one he grew up singing in the theme song to the PBS show Zoom.