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Get your daily dose of all that's new in space and astronomy. The sky is not the limit, as we bring you a fast-paced roundup of launches, landings, and everyday discoveries. The Daily Space is brought to you by the team behind CosmoQuest at the Planetary Science Institute, and features hosts Dr. Pamela L. Gay & Annie Wilson.
 
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, Explorer and Journalist Sarah Begum speaks with key figures, businesses and leaders in the space, aviation and innovative tech industries. Giving us an insight into space exploration, futuristic spacecrafts, sustainable space missions and more, this podcast explains how and why these projects will help the future of mankind on Earth. (Expect the Laugh-Out-Loud moments!)
 
My Dark Path explores the fringes of history, science, and the paranormal. In every episode, creator and host MF Thomas illuminates a topic taken from the dark corners of our world. Combining his personal, on-location research with insights from experts, researchers and historians, every episode will intrigue, excite, and perhaps, send a shiver down your spine. Visit www.mydarkpath.com for more information.
 
The Spacecraft Podcast series reviews and examines how well-designed workspaces can be transformative, not just for day-to-day working, but for businesses as a whole. Dan Moscrop, Founder and CEO of Them Design speaks with leading businesses to see how design has impacted their workspaces. We interview the directors of co-working organisations that are leading the charge on how office spaces should be created, and the architects behind some of the most innovative office environments you'll see.
 
The National Air and Space Museum contains the largest and most significant collection of air- and spacecraft in the world. Behind those amazing machines are thousands of stories of human achievement, failure, and perseverance. Join Emily, Matt, and Nick as they demystify one of the world’s most visited museums and explore why people are so fascinated with stories of exploration, innovation, and discovery.
 
When an alien spacecraft crashes in Missouri a team of army investigators is dispatched. Among the debris they find a Martian infant and decide to raise him in their lab. Is he too strange to form a relationship with humans? Maybe, but he does have cute eye-stalks. – Stamped Caution was first published in the August 1953 issue of Galaxy magazine. (Summary by Gregg Margarite)
 
SPEXcast is a weekly podcast diving into a variety of space topics. Come with us as we discuss the cutting edge of spacecraft engineering, potential future missions to outer space, and exciting scientific discoveries in the field of astrophysics.
 
Explore the edges of knowledge and creativity from the perspective of Volandino’s spacecraft. Javier Ideami's alter ego, Volandino, debates with leading thinkers and explorers, in english and spanish, always trying to go "Beyond" in connection with the experiences and thoughts of these leading thinkers. The podcast combines editions in both English and Spanish, with a casual format that invites improvisation. "Beyond" is brought to you by Javier Ideami. Ideami is a multidisciplinary award wi ...
 
Space does not wish you well. It has no shortage of ways to kill you, and in the fifty years humans have been flying spacecraft around the Earth and out to the moon, the mortal perils have been evident. But ten of the missions were the most harrowing of all. Some of them ended in tragedy, some ended successfully—but all of them involved astronauts playing for the very highest stakes in the very deadliest place. Countdown tells the tale of those ten missions—some of them American, some Russia ...
 
River to River is a conversation about the news with an Iowa perspective. Together we dig into the story behind the headlines - we talk with newsmakers and a diverse range of experts to find out how the news affects you. We take on challenging topics, explore issues from all sides, and foster conversation and understanding.
 
The original casual, conversational podcast about eclipses of all kinds and space in general. Along with occasional guests, we hope to spread our enthusiasm and excitement for eclipses and other celestial events (while enjoying tasty beer, of course). This excitement originally stems back to our 2017 total solar eclipse experience and now we are hooked! So, crack open a cold one and join us in making totality a reality!
 
A Space Horror series in the vein of Dead Space and Event Horizon, The Vessel features a large cast of characters aboard a massive spacecraft. The ship begins to experience strange attacks shortly after one inhabitant is woken from cryosleep. Written by Brian Martinez and performed by Jason Hill. http://bloodstreamcity.com
 
Edited by bestselling anthologist John Joseph Adams, LIGHTSPEED is a Hugo Award-winning, critically-acclaimed digital magazine. In its pages, you'll find science fiction from near-future stories and sociological SF to far-future, star-spanning SF. Plus there's fantasy from epic sword-and-sorcery and contemporary urban tales to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folk tales. Each month, LIGHTSPEED brings you a mix of originals and reprints featuring a variety of authors, from the bestseller ...
 
Saving Apollo 13 is the incredible story of NASA's Apollo 13 mission, told by Forensic Engineer Sean Brady. It’s the story of the spacecraft that failed en route to the moon, and the feats of human ingenuity that saved the lives of the 3 men aboard. Saving Apollo 13 is produced by: forensic engineering firm Brady Heywood, and leading podcast agency Wavelength Creative.
 
This is the second podcast series from author King Everett Medlin. It's called Twin Paradox and it's based on a SciFi trilogy he wrote four years ago under the pseudonym Purple Hazel. When he set out to write Twin Paradox, King wanted to create a realistic and believable world less than one hundred years in the future. Rather than devising (or assuming) technologies that would be barely conceivable given known scientific principles, he tried taking current developmental theories and applying ...
 
A Free Trader rocket ship heads for the remote planet, Sargol, which is blessed with immense natural wealth and precious gemstones. The ship is manned by the heroic Dane Thorson and his crew of intrepid space traders. On Sargol, they enter into complicated negotiations with the inhabitants of this strange planet. These feline people, the Salariki, are reluctant to enter into a business partnership with the free traders till they discover that the ship carries a small amount of catnip on boar ...
 
Join George and Joel as they venture into the vast cinematic cosmos, committed to discovering and investigating science fiction films. From alien worlds to derelict spacecraft, they unearth the best (and worst) this expansive genre has to offer. These two pioneering space cadets invite you to share in the triumphs and tribulations of this auspicious voyage. ----- ‘Space Cadets’ is a fortnightly podcast dedicated to analysing and reviewing science fiction films. All audience feedback shall be ...
 
Each episode, host/salonnière Kara Snyder talks with a modern woman about how they navigate BS and side-step burnout. It's a pedestal-free zone chock full of real talk among real women across different industries about real obstacles and real solutions for the real world. It's a soul-soothing space for all of the secret, frazzled Type-As, perfectionists, and over-scheduling addicts to recharge a little. Don't miss this effervescent exchange of ideas, perspectives, and often unconventionally ...
 
Three thousand years after a chunk of iron the size of Khufu’s pyramid collides with Europa, Jupiter’s sixth moon, an asteroid borne of the collision crashes into Earth’s Arctic ice shelf carrying extraterrestrial microbial life. The first man to come into contact with the microbes hears voices—and then dies. After determining the meteorite originated from Europa, the Global Exploratory Corporation sends oceanographer and biologist, Kathy Connelly, and her crew to the moon aboard the Surveyo ...
 
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Troubled Minds Media Episode 28 -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/troubledmindsradio 4pst Sun-Thurs!Jack Ma Returns, Google Australia Flap, Sophia Robot Rollout, Juno Spacecraft Delays Retirement...Free Podcast For Your Daily Consumption -- Ditch The Propaganda Media!Support the show! -- https://anchor.fm/newconspiracynews -- Also Available on…
 
Caroline Pontifex is director of workplace experience at KKS Savilles and leads their occupier and workplace strategy team. Advising occupiers using workplace as a vehicle for change, and developers ensuring real estate solutions are able to respond to change, her work analysing emerging occupier and workplace trends, and developing standards and s…
 
Recorded on Jan. 15th 2020 Cool STEM News: The dire wolf was a distinct species, different from the gray wolf, biologists discover (01:22) The UK Is Developing Nuclear-Powered Space Exploration for Faster Mars Trips | Vice (8:44) The realization of a single-quantum-dot heat valve | Phys.Org (15:58) Lenovo launches AR glasses for enterprise | Tech C…
 
PBS NewsHour Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Biden administration lays out its plan to tackle the global climate crisis, we break down what's driving the volatility in the stock market, and mothers leaving prison face an uphill battle reentering society and reconnecting with their families. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour…
 
PBS NewsHour President Biden underscored his sweeping break from former President Trump signing a new batch of executive orders to address the climate crisis. Those actions include a pause on new oil and gas leases on federal land and water, a focus on environmental injustices and building new clean energy jobs. Yamiche Alcindor reports. PBS NewsHo…
 
PBS NewsHour President Biden underscored his sweeping break from former President Trump signing a new batch of executive orders to address the climate crisis. Those actions include a pause on new oil and gas leases on federal land and water, a focus on environmental injustices and building new clean energy jobs. Yamiche Alcindor reports. PBS NewsHo…
 
PBS NewsHour As President Biden moves to address the issue of climate change, the task of combating the global crisis often starts with local leadership taking charge. Midland, Texas Mayor Patrick Payton and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Mayor William Peduto join Judy Woodruff to discuss their views on Biden's climate and energy policies. PBS NewsHour i…
 
PBS NewsHour In our news wrap Wednesday, one of six men charged in plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer pleaded guilty, President Biden's COVID-19 team warns another 90,000 Americans could die from the virus over the next four weeks, the U.S. Homeland Security Department says there's potential for new violence over Biden's election, an…
 
PBS NewsHour Part of Wednesday's market frenzy was not just a plunge due to the concerns over the pandemic. There's been major tumult in recent days as individual investors and young day traders upend the market and send prices of a few struggling companies soaring. Andrew Ross Sorkin, co-anchor for CNBC'S Squawk Box and a New York Times columnist,…
 
PBS NewsHour A recent analysis by Kaiser Health News finds Black and Latino citizens are getting vaccines at significantly lower rates in many states. This is especially worrying given disparities in COVID-19 death rates, with Black, Indigenous and Latino people dying at much higher rates than white people. Dr. Mysheika Roberts, public health commi…
 
PBS NewsHour The nation's top diplomat, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, spent his first full day on the job Wednesday. Nick Schifrin joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the changes the Biden administration is making on the international stage. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders https://www.listennotes.com/e…
 
PBS NewsHour Research has found that prisoners who maintain close contact with their family members while incarcerated have lower recidivism rates. But for formerly incarcerated mothers, rebuilding relationships with their children can be incredibly challenging after they serve time behind bars. Amna Nawaz reports on two women trying to do just tha…
 
Rick Lee James Spotlight on Matt K. Lewis - Voices In My Head (The Rick Lee James Podcast) Episode 406Called a “first-rate talent” in The Washington Post and “super-smart” by John Heilemann, Matt K. Lewis is a center-right critic of American politics and pop culture.As a journalist, Lewis has earned a reputation as an “independently minded” (Columb…
 
PBS NewsHour Tuesday on the NewsHour, the Biden administration continues its flurry of executive actions, a discussion with White House adviser Susan Rice on driving the goal of equity, COVID infections and deaths dip amid sluggish pace of inoculations, the vulnerabilities the U.S. still faces after the recent cyberattack, and the pandemic drives d…
 
PBS NewsHour President Biden is moving on new fronts in his latest spate of policy actions Tuesday that include boosting COVID vaccine supplies and addressing racial equity. Biden's actions come as the U.S. Senate gears up to put his predecessor on trial. Lisa Desjardins and Yamiche Alcindor report. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.or…
 
PBS NewsHour Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Monday dropped his demand that Democrats guarantee they would keep the filibuster rule, which gives both parties power on most votes. This after two Democrats, Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, stressed they would not vote to dismantle it. Lisa Desjardins joi…
 
Internationally renowned artist, 'NAHUM' is leading the space narrative through his pioneering work, pushing boundaries and challenging perceptions of who should go to space in his mission to diversify the DNA that launches into the cosmos. He has worked with major space agencies including NASA, SpaceX , ESA and is officially the first artist to la…
 
Cool STEM News: Machine learning could cut delays from traffic lights | Futurity (01:15) SpaceX Offshore Oil Rig Launch Pad Conversion Info | Hypebeast (08:37) Electric car batteries with five-minute charging times produced | The Guardian (11:39) Humans could move to this floating asteroid belt colony in the next 15 years, astrophysicist says | Liv…
 
B.J., with Captain Stehter's permission, endeavors to go to work on the prickly colony commander Luigi Cadorna. She has one objective in mind, and it's soon to be discovered that the lonely fellow has no intention of passing up the golden opportunity to make her his mistress. Can she keep him distracted long enough for the colonists and crew to fin…
 
Covid-19 has prompted a cleaning frenzy. CrowdScience listener William works as a personal trainer in a gym, and while cleaning’s always been part of his job, it’s now taken over much of his working day. He’s constantly wiping down equipment and doing regular deep cleans, and he reckons he can sanitize his hands 40 times in one shift.This kind of r…
 
On this episode of Eclipse On Tap, we sample three fantastic barleywine style ales from our friends at Ecliptic Brewing while discussing Elon Musk's recent ascension to wealthiest person on Earth. In the second half, we chat about the recent total solar eclipse that took place December 14, 2020 in Argentina. Be sure to give us a follow on our socia…
 
In the beginning, we are one, and we are ignorance. Our skin is chaffed tender from the womb-sac and the exit ring. Out, we writhe blindly in the grit that cuts our softness until the dryness of the air hardens us. Slowly, receptors awaken. Muted colors curve across the night, outlining the glistening ribs of the drop chamber arcing over us like pl…
 
Our coverage of last week’s AAS meeting continues with new work on the formation of planetary nebula based on Hubble Space Telescope images. Plus, a massive quasar in the early universe, water ice on Ganymede, a super-puff planet, and plans for taking spectra of Venus’ surface, featuring our guest, PSI scientist Dr. Darby Dyer.…
 
How did a luxury international hotel brand in Taipei earn the reputation as one of the most haunted hotels in the world? Listen to learn more about Key moments in the history of Taiwan, including its founding by Chiang Kai-shek and his son Chiang Ching-Kuo. How the Hyatt hotel brand was founded The history of ghost stories MF Thomas’ personal exper…
 
We’re only ONE month away from the Perseverance Rover touching down on Mars! The search for life is a pillar of Mars exploration. But our search isn’t only confined to the planets of our solar system. Radio telescopes search for signals of intelligent life from far away planets, orbiting other stars. One such telescope, the Arecibo Observatory in P…
 
Mars is a lot like Earth – it has volcanos! But they can be pretty different than their Terran cousins. Planetary vulcanologist Davitia James joins Jake to talk about how these features are similar on Mars, and how they are very much different. We talk Volcanos on Mars Recent activity in Cerberus Fossae The Eastern Caribbean Follow Davitia Davitia’…
 
Physician, citizen scientist astronaut, aquanaut and medical expert Shawna Pandya teaches me all about space medicine - yes, there is such a thing! Watch this episode to learn about the cool projects she has worked on in zero gravity all the way to the bottom of the ocean floor and the fun scientific discoveries along the way. We even discuss surge…
 
We continue with Part 3: Journey and Conquest. Luigi Cadorna, Commander of the Earth Colony on Kapteyn B, has become a real nuisance and not only that, dangerous. Captains Stehter and Berwick are at their wits end coming up with a solution to the problem. On his best days Cadorna is a petty tyrant, rebuking and redressing subordinates over the mild…
 
When it comes to speed, humans have got nothing on cheetahs - or greyhounds, kangaroos or zebras for that matter. It’s over long distances we really come into our own: when running for hours or even days, our body structure and excellent sweating skills make us able to outpace much faster mammals.But what are the limits of human endurance? Can we r…
 
Multiple international teams determine that 2020 gamma-ray burst was actually a giant flare from a magnetar, and that flare originated from a nearby galaxy. Plus, the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument is ready for a new survey, NASA extends two planetary missions, and What’s Up in the night sky this next week.…
 
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