It is my strong belief that science communication is part of a scientist's job. Different audiences need completely different style, content and depth; hence doing effective public outreach is by no means a trivial task. My personal involvement in this goes back to the early 1990s, when I became member of the public outreach team of the Szeged Observatory. From 1994 to 2002 I showed the beauties of the starry night for about 20,000 people. It was a continuous experience with long-lasting effects, resulting in a sound understanding of what the public wants to hear and learn from an astronomer. In addition, I have been a columnist, reading editor and member of the editorial board of the monthly journal Meteor, the publication of the Hungarian Astronomical Association, since 1995. These two decades of writing and becoming the Editor-in-Chief of the astronomical news website in 2006 led to hundreds of popular articles, reviews, news items and others, written predominantly in Hungarian. Here I present a selection of recent articles, all available online at various websites.

Since I returned to Hungary from Australia in 2009, there has been a growing interest in the media, both printed and electronic, about my works and expertise. I am regularly invited to TV shows for short appearances to discuss the latest news in astronomy. Because of the higher visibility in the national media, I am also often invited to deliver public talks across the country. The corresponding activities are documented in my presentations and video clips available on YouTube or elsewhere. Without any attempt of completeness I collected a selection of these here with the aim of providing useful materials to anyone interested in the presented astronomical topics.