About

Hannah Dalgleish is a research, communication, and engagement professional working at the intersection between science and society. An astrophysicist by training, she now spends her time focused on policy engagement, particularly on the topic of light pollution.

She is also the person behind Astrophysics Girl, her personal blog which lists many opportunities for those interested in pursuing astronomy.

Hannah is living in Bonn, Germany working as a Green Talents Fellow at the University of Bonn on rewilding the night. She is involved in numerous projects related to dark sky tourism, light pollution and policy, astronomy education, science communication, astronomy for development, and more. She is also a Trustee of the Royal Astronomical Society, and a Visitor at the University of Oxford and Armagh Observatory and Planetarium.


Find Hannah taking part in the following activities:

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Music currently being listened to:

Big Thief – Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You 🎶


The first philosophers were astronomers. It is the heavens that admonish man of his destination, and remind him that he is destined not merely to action, but also to contemplation.

Ludwig Feuerbach