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  • Perseverance Rover's Interplanetary Sounds
    NASA
    01:00
    Science
    426,424

    Data for the 60-second audio file was collected on Oct. 19, 2020, during an in-flight checkout of the Perseverance rover's camera and microphone system on the journey to Mars. The subdued whirring is from the rover's heat rejection fluid pump. Audio Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/DPA

  • Students And Spacesuits
    NASA
    51:52
    Science
    531

    On Episode 173, NASA SUITS activity manager Brandon Hargis and technical lead Paromita Mitra talk about the opportunity for students and teachers to design and create spacesuit information displays in augmented reality environments.

  • Inside a Black Hole
    NASA
    19:51
    Storytelling
    1,757

    Don't let the name fool you: a black hole is anything but empty space. Black holes are some of the most extreme, bizarre and fascinating objects in the universe. Regina Caputo and Jeremy Schnittman describe what it might be like to go hunting for one.

  • Cosmic Queries – Fermentation
    StarTalk Radio
    49:32
    Science
    0

    Let it sit and watch the science happen: Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-host Chuck Nice answer Cosmic Queries about fermentation with Arielle Johnson, PhD, science officer on Good Eats, food writer, and formerly the in-house R&D scientist at Noma. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free. Thanks to our Patrons Ryan Bariteau, Dan Snider, Shelia Hutson, Sonya Loeffler, Vishu Kamble, Dusty Switala, Daniel E Puig, Dan McGowan, Sullivan S Paulson, and Nigel Adams for supporting us this week. Photo Credit: Storyblocks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Small Steps, Giant Leaps: NEEMO Case Study Deconstructed
    NASA
    36:55
    Science
    603

    NASA’s Bill Todd and Joyce Abbey and retired Astronaut Nicole Stott discuss NEEMO and a new case study they developed about the unique undersea analog.

  • 427 - Les Joies de la Peur
    Podcast Science
    53:33
    Science
    3,891

    Soutenez nous sur Patreon.com/PodcastScience // et fr.tipeee.com/podcast-science // Retrouvez nous sur PodcastScience.fm // Twitter: Twitter.com/PodcastScience // Facebook: Facebook.com/PodcastScience // Notes d'émission : https://www.podcastscience.fm/?p=15361 N’ayez pas peur, chères auditrices, chers auditeurs, approchez, approchez. Ou plutôt écoutez, écoutez. Votre front est moite, vous avez chaud, vos sens sont sur le qui vive… vous reconnaissez cette émotion ? C’est la peur, évidemment. Mais est-ce si désagréable que ça ? Montagnes russes, films d’épouvantes, sports extrêmes, faire du vélo sans casque, on aime tous se faire peur parfois. Sommes nous tous un peu masochistes ? Ce soir, on vous emmène au coeur des mécanismes psychologiques et physiologiques qui provoquent en nous la peur Nous sommes le mercredi 4 novembre 2020, vous écoutez l’épisode 427 de Podcast Science, bienvenue !

  • Season 3, Episode 6 - Air and Shield
    NASA
    42:48
    Science
    498

    As we fly around with NASA pilots, we’ll explore Earth’s air space with scientists Annmarie Eldering and Armin Sorooshian -- from wispy clouds high above, to tiny particles that make up air pollution.

  • The Ig Nobel Awards Go Virtual
    SciFri
    29:56
    Science
    1,189

    While the Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony might seem different this year, its celebration of strange and silly science remains.

  • Your Cheese Has A Microbiome
    SciFri
    16:56
    Science
    829

    Did you know your cheese has a microbiome?

  • If You’ve Already Had COVID-19, Can You Get It Again?
    SciFri
    12:03
    Science
    777

    Immunologists explain how your body remembers this virus, and what that might mean for a vaccine.

  • Koji: The Mold You Want In Your Kitchen
    SciFri
    17:19
    Science
    782

    The fluffy white mold has transformed food for centuries—and it’s a perfect tool for culinary experimentation.

  • What Is The Future of Meat?
    SciFri
    17:26
    Science
    764

    Meet two scientists working to disrupt the meat industry.

  • Gold Medal Physics, with Edwin Moses
    StarTalk Radio
    50:41
    Sports
    0

    What does it take to be the greatest of all time? Can you use physics to win gold? Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-hosts Gary O’Reilly and Chuck Nice investigate with Edwin Moses, two-time Olympic gold medalist and the greatest hurdler of all time. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free. Photo Courtesy of Edwin Moses. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Plants In Space
    NASA
    51:08
    Science
    1,431

    On Episode 172, botany experts Gioia Massa and Anna-Lisa Paul discuss how plants in space and the research being conducted on the International Space Station are key to the future of sustainable human space exploration.

  • ESA Explores Time and Space: ESA's first astronaut
    European Space Agency
    23:26
    Storytelling
    105

    In this episode of our ESA Explores Time and Space series we chat with the first ESA astronaut to fly to space, physicist Ulf Merbold. Ulf flew on the 9th flight of NASA's Space Shuttle programme and the first flight of European-built Spacelab in 1983. As the first west German to fly to space, he talks us through his experiences – including his relationship with the late Sigmund Jähn, what life was like as first non-US citizen on a NASA spacecraft and how the astronauts and cosmonauts he worked with became like family through the years. Additional content: Find out more about Ulf here: https://www.esa.int/Science_Exploration/Human_and_Robotic_Exploration/Astronauts/Ulf_Merbold Watch the NASA/ESA Spacelab documentary here: https://www.esa.int/ESA_Multimedia/Videos/Undated/Spacelab_-_A_New_Direction#.X70FccAUHCs.link NASA Public Affairs Officer Lori Meggs talks about the 30th anniversary of the Spacelab programme with former Marshall Space Flight Center Deputy Director Teresa Vanhooser here: https://youtu.be/5ukl5ySa6ZA

  • WSS S5E8: Start Your Engines: The F1 of Bird Migration
    Science at Western
    34:02
    Science
    120

    Chris Guglielmo studies the process of migration in birds. However, while most researchers heavily focus on the flight, Chris focuses on the pit stops. Those pivotal breaks between long flights where birds are against the clock, in desperate need of a refuel. His research reveals birds as a dexterous athlete, capable of overcoming environmental and biological adversity. Chris joined the show to detail how migration is more like a prime-time sport than you think.

  • Home Sweet Home
    Flash Forward
    54:59
    25

    Today we travel to a future where housing is guaranteed and provided to everybody. More info & show notes here: https://www.flashforwardpod.com/2020/11/24/home-sweet-home/

  • The Falsehoods In Your Feed
    SciFri
    17:04
    Science
    1,612

    Despite companies taking unprecedented steps to fact-check feeds, misinformation about the election has flourished on social media.

  • Cosmic Queries – Black Hole Survival Guide
    StarTalk Radio
    51:15
    Science
    0

    You’ve fallen into a black hole! What do you do? Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck Nice answer fan-submitted Cosmic Queries about black holes with Janna Levin, PhD, astrophysicist and author of the new book Black Hole Survival Guide. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/cosmic-queries-black-hole-survival-guide/ Thanks to our Patrons Ryan Bariteau, Dan Snider, Shelia Hutson, Austin Cope, Zachary Keirstead, Chris Goshorn, Cory Flanagin, Jacob Lackeym, Adam Albilya, and Russell Konicki for supporting us this week. Photo Credit: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group/Penguin Random House. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Roman Mars Explores The Hidden Stories In Your City
    SciFri
    16:42
    Science
    981

    Roman Mars talks about the often overlooked details built into our cities and how our urban environments are adapting to the pandemic.