Andrew Kuh

Andrew Kuh is Human Spaceflight and Microgravity Programme Manager at the UK Space Agency. He is responsible for coordinating the UK's involvement in ESA's International Space Station (ISS) and European Life and Physical Sciences (ELIPS) programmes, and related national activities.
He is interested in the intersections of space and research in all areas; everything from anthropology, biomedicine, cultural theory, drop towers, exobiology, fundamental physics and geodesy... to... zoology.

The Vomit Comet

This week the Open University released the second in a series of excellent primers on microgravity – this time, looking at how the evocatively nicknamed Vomit Comet – AKA parabolic flights – can help scientists understand how planets form.