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NASACast Audio

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NASACast Audio

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

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NASACast combines the content of all the NASACast subject area podcasts into a single omnibus podcast. Here you'll find the latest news and features on NASA's missions as well as the popular "This Week @NASA" newsreel.
 
REACH: A Space Podcast for Kids is a weekly, family friendly exploration of our galaxy (and beyond!) with hosts Brian Holden and Meredith Stepien. Built for kids and based on questions from kids, REACH educates with entertaining segments, fun at-home experiments, and interviews with subject matter experts & thought partners from leading institutions like the Adler Planetarium, Cosmosphere, Exploration Place, and more. Subscribe today, and get knowledge...within your Reach. A co-production be ...
 
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About Space Today

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About Space Today

Broadcast Journalist David Denault, former NPR Space Correspondent.

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AMERICA'S RETURN TO SPACE - News and Information on America's space program - Artemis Return to Moon and on to Mars. Space X Crew Missions to the International Space Station and our unmanned scientific satellites and rovers on Mars. On Tuesday's join host, broadcast journalist David Denault, former NPR space correspondent AND On Friday's - with broadcast journalist Dawn Meyer, Space Coast News Editor and Host of America In Space. A 28 years veteran of the Space Shuttle Program.
 
Planetary Radio brings you the human adventure across our solar system and beyond. We visit each week with the scientists, engineers, leaders, advocates and astronauts who are taking us across the final frontier. Regular features raise your space IQ while they put a smile on your face. Join host Mat Kaplan and Planetary Society colleagues including Bill Nye the Science Guy, Bruce Betts, and Emily Lakdawalla as they dive deep into the latest space news. The monthly Space Policy Edition takes ...
 
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Here's an Idea

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Here's an Idea

Tech Briefs (SAE Media Group)

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Here’s an Idea is a podcast series from Tech Briefs that showcases today's most innovative technologies. Editors lead conversations with inventors and highlight their early prototypes, early challenges, and design lessons learned along the way.
 
Listen to exciting, non-technical talks on some of the most interesting developments in astronomy and space science. Founded in 1999, the Silicon Valley Astronomy Lectures are presented on six Wednesday evenings during each school year at Foothill College, in the heart of California's Silicon Valley. Speakers include a wide range of noted scientists, explaining astronomical developments in everyday language. The series is organized and moderated by Foothill's astronomy instructor emeritus An ...
 
The Abbot of the Space-Anchor of Logic (S-AoL) speaks publicly for the first time since the S-AoL came into existence in November of 2018, connecting the Earth and Mars via a divine geometrical construction, thereby preparing the way for Einstein's "god" to defeat Entropy in the Universe and grant our community eternal life.
 
Computers LIVE is a Drum and Bass Podcast made with Native Instruments Reaktor, Ableton Live Software and Midi Controllers. The show is streamed online and new shows are posted monthly. Themes are selected, modified and reworked until a Futuristic Bass Experience emerges. Drum and Bass unlike anything you've ever experienced. Computers LIVE features exclusive releases of Drum n Bass, Breakcore, Vaporwave, Dubstep, Hip Hop, IDM, EDM, DNB, Trap, Trance and Future Techno. Made in Los Angeles Ca ...
 
Friends, Lovers, and Acquaintances. Fifty years, and over 30 countries...Guest Topics are: Business, Art, Parenting, Science, Relationships, Marriage, Personal Growth, Communication Skills, Self-Confidence, Public Speaking, Health, Finance, Profitable Investing, Music Creation and Appreciation, Writing, and Retirement Exit Strategies!
 
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Pulsar

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Pulsar

The Museum of Science, Boston

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We hear amazing questions in the exhibit halls of the Museum of Science, Boston. Do woodpeckers get headaches? How many colors are in the rainbow? Who gets to drive the Mars rovers? Pulsar features short interviews with our education staff along with scientists, engineers, and experts from around the world in order to find the answers.
 
Cannabrilliant is a podcast that discusses news, science, and technology. Nothing is off limits. No filters. No script. Raw and real. Load up that herb and medicate while we go on a trip. Twitter: @Cannabrilliant_ Instagram: @Cannabrilliant Tiktok: @cannabrilliant www.cannabrilliantpodcast.com Podcast by: Robby Conover and Kyle Gilger Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cannabrilliant/support
 
A fun, techie robotics channel that inspires students to wake up their hidden talents. We also share Inspirational stories and productivity hacks from amazing people. Leave a voice message on Anchor.fm to share your story. Hear about: Kids building robots from junk around the world, Teenage sisters that pilot airplanes across the country, Robot Surgeons, 3 year old geniuses, and much more. Cover art photo provided by rawpixel on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@rawpixel
 
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The Half-Caf Show

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The Half-Caf Show

Nathan and Addison Kontny

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Welcome to the Half-Caf show! A morning show hosted by me, Nathan Kontny, and my 6 year old, Addison. You can call us Percy and Rercy though :) Every weekday we upload a short video and podcast that's hopefully something entertaining, motivating, educating (sp?) and hopefully a little distracting.
 
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Massive Change Radio Archive

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Massive Change Radio Archive

Jen Leonard | Writer, Researcher, Retired Rock Critic

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Massive Change Radio Archive chronicles the weekly interviews host Jennifer Leonard conducted in 2003-2004 at CIUT-FM in Toronto, while researching and writing a book on "the future of global design" with Bruce Mau. The radio show served as a primary research vehicle for answering the question "Now that we can do anything, what will we do?"
 
Follow along with me as an undergraduate student at the University of Waterloo trying to figure out what I want to do with my life, where my passions lie and who I want to become. As high school and university students, we’re forced to make decisions early on in our lives that will dictate how we live our life, the occupation we work in and the type of person we become. This podcast is meant to give you an idea of what’s out there, maybe you’ll hear the story of someone and it will spark an ...
 
The research community like you have never heard it before. Join us, The Scientistt Podcast, along with a host of special guests, as we explore the realities of research life in the most honest and informative way possible. Delving deeper into the industry’s latest research and most pressing questions, and sharing the unique perspectives of some of the community’s leading figures. This is a podcast by researchers, for researchers. New episodes weekly. Scientistt, a free networking platform f ...
 
The STEM class podcast is the show where teachers looking to incorporate Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics into their classrooms can hear the latest ideas taking place by people just like you. Whether you're teaching a specialized STEM class or you just want to sprinkle a bit of STEM into your everyday lessons, this is the place for all things STEM. You’ll not only hear from STEM teachers, but also popular authors, and leaders in the STEM field to discuss best practices for i ...
 
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Our guest today is Dr. Ed Weiler, a retired NASA scientist who spent 20 years as the chief scientist for the Hubble Space Telescope, the forerunner of the James Webb. During his 33-year NASA career, Ed wore many hats, including Associate Administrator of the Science Mission Directorate; Center Director of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Associa…
 
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by GOOD NIGHT OPPY, Wonder Workshop & CT&Co. The webinar recording can be accessed here. Wonder Workshop and Prime Video are excited to invite teachers, with their students, to share a conversation with the Flight Director at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Bekah Sosland Siegfriedt, featured systems engineer in the…
 
Another amazing miscellany of A-lady goodness again this week. Hooray! 🙌 Mars Rover Mission 👍👍Snooker Tracker - 👍👍👍The Daily Connection - 👍👍👍👍👍👍Ultimate Card War - 👍👍👍 Feedback, comments, suggestions pleas to ✉️ theechoshowpodcast@gmail.com 👍Also, why not check out our sister show for more Echo goodness? That’s the Dot to Dot podcast - available on…
 
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by News Literacy Project and National News Literacy Week. The webinar recording can be accessed here. How can you engage and motivate students to think critically when navigating today’s complex information landscape? How can you help students develop the skills to evaluate the trustworthiness, credibility, and relia…
 
Technology is rapidly evolving and soon, business owners, the government and even one day, yourself will become familiar with Quantum Computing. This form of computation is changing the way people solve problems, from how to load an airplane properly to cracking encryption. What are the pros and cons of what seems like a very powerful new form of t…
 
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Milestone C and Stemi. The webinar recording can be accessed here. How will a free computer program that will provide a detailed answer to ANY question radically change your classroom today? What is ChatGPT anyway? Listen to find out how technology affects students today and why evolving the classroom is imperativ…
 
Starship completes its wet-dress rehearsal, another problem for Webb, a nuclear rocket test is coming, and more cool NIAC grants. 🦄 Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/universetoday 👉 First NIAC Interview: https://www.patreon.com/posts/growing-mars-77829316 00:00 Intro 00:14 Starship Wet Dress Rehersal 03:18 JWST's NIRISS problems https://ww…
 
Meet The Blind Birder Reimagining Accessibility In The Outdoors For many blind and low vision people, accessing outdoor spaces like parks can be challenging. Trails are often unsafe or difficult to navigate, signs don’t usually have Braille, guides generally aren’t trained to help disabled visitors, and so on. But nature recordist Juan Pablo Culass…
 
What’s Behind The Strange Slowing Of The Earth’s Core? Even though some days feel more chaotic than others, the rotation of the surface of the planet proceeds at a pretty constant rate—about one full rotation every 24 hours. But the rotational speed of the inner core is less stable, and has been known to shift over time. Now, researchers are report…
 
Talk by Dr. Lynn Cominsky (Sonoma State University) Gravitational waves are predicted by Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. They travel at the speed of light, but are much harder to detect than light waves. On September 14, 2015, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) received the first direct gravitational wave signal…
 
Dive into the latest discoveries about Jupiter’s moons Ganymede, Europa, and Io with Scott Bolton, the principal investigator for NASA’s Juno mission. We share analysis of the data collected by the spacecraft and look forward to upcoming exploratory missions to Jupiter’s moons from ESA and NASA. Stick around for this week’s What’s Up and our space …
 
Due to the present tragic indisposition of Shaun (and possibly for some time to come), we've no show for you this week. I'm sure you join me in wishing him a speedy recovery 🤞 Feedback, comments, suggestions pleas to ✉️ theechoshowpodcast@gmail.com 👍Also, why not check out our sister show for more Echo goodness? That’s the Dot to Dot podcast - avai…
 
What if two black holes with opposing spin merge? Can we use the Moon's L2 Lagrange point? How habitable are Mars's lava tubes? Can Starships compensate for satellite light pollution? All this and more in this week's episode Q&A with Fraser Cain. 🦄 Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/universetoday 00:00 Start 01:09 [Tatooine] What if two bla…
 
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by The Educating All Learners™ Alliance (EALA), An InnovateEDU Project. The webinar recording can be accessed here. Some problems need people who think differently—who think systematically and creatively and see the world in ways others may not. Some students who underperform in class might just be the problem solver…
 
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Schoolytics. The webinar recording can be accessed here. Teachers’ responsibilities will change as technology progresses at a faster rate. The question is: How can automation help teachers be more efficient and effective and prevent the accumulation of even more daily tasks for an already-overworked profession? In…
 
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Lerner Publishing Group. The webinar recording can be accessed here. Dr. Dana T. Bedden, Superintendent of Schools, and his team brought the Centennial School District community together to inspire joyful reading and engage families in literacy over summer break. A selection committee made up of teachers, parents,…
 
The Abbot releases corrections concerning the original 7 ASKD numbers and more information on the divin, supernatural integer we sent to the moon aboard Artemis-1. He then underscores his families' ties to what has become the headquarters of General Electric Aerospace in the Dayton-Cincinnati metro-area and speaks of the Zhurong rover on Mars and n…
 
A Diablo Tribute brought to you by Computers LIVE NEUROFUNK | Drum and Bass | BREAKCORE DECKARD CAIN | Diablo Video Game Lore | DNB DUNGEON DUBSTEP | Electronic Anime Music | VAPORWAVE TRAP DRILL NEUROFUNK SCHOLAR | Drum and Bass Lo Fi | Sample Pack BREAKCORE | 8 Bit Chiptunes | MERLIN DNB DUBSTEP | Electronic Anime Music | HORADRIC NEUROFUNK LOFI …
 
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by EVERFI. The webinar recording can be accessed here. A copy of the presentation slides can be downloaded from here. Humans are emotional beings, aren’t we? Although all emotions can be healthy and normal, students who build greater emotional capacity are better equipped to deal with daily challenges, form healthy r…
 
The Titan Dragonfly is coming together, NASA is considering a new kind of nuclear rocket, getting more warning for solar flares, and pinpointing carbon emissions from space. 🦄 Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/universetoday 00:00 Intro 00:15 Titan Helicopter Starts to Come Together https://www.universetoday.com/159611/nasa-is-continuing-to…
 
Why Are Gas Stoves Under Fire? If you were online at all last week, you probably encountered conversations about gas stoves. The sudden stove discourse was sparked by a comment made by a commissioner on the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) to a Bloomberg reporter, in which the commissioner discussed plans to regulate gas stoves. Those com…
 
Why Are Children’s Antibiotics So Hard To Find Right Now? Mary Warlo has been extremely worried lately. Her baby Calieb, who is six months old, has sickle cell disease. In early December he went for a few days without liquid penicillin, a medication that he—and thousands of other children in the U.S.—rely on to prevent potentially life threatening …
 
Our solar system exists in a giant bubble of dust and gas in space, and researchers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics have just mapped its magnetic field for the first time. This new research is part of a larger effort to better understand the nature of superbubbles and our cosmic neighborhood.…
 
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by edWeb.net. The webinar recording can be accessed here. Just as students should have a choice in their learning journey, the same is true for educators. Faculty and staff excel when they are given the choice and opportunity to dive into their interests and determine their own paths of learning. Listen to this edWeb…
 
Jason Achilles, a musician who partnered with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to help put one of the first microphones on Mars, shares his journey and the joy of listening to the sounds of Mars. We also highlight an upcoming opportunity to view comet 2022 E3 (ZTF). Stick around for more on the night sky and our space trivia contest with What’s Up.…
 
Should we change "Dark Matter" to "Dark Curvature"? How do you navigate through dense asteroid fields? What's the future of space toilets? Do aliens block their outgoing signals? All these and more in this week's Q&A with Fraser Cain. 🦄 Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/universetoday 00:00 Start 00:58 [Tatooine] How do you navigate through…
 
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Mango Languages. The webinar recording can be accessed here. Is your district struggling to expand its world language program despite significant teacher shortages? If so, this edWeb podcast is for you. Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) has a flourishing world language program in which 221 students ear…
 
Technology Trends to Watch in 2023 The start of a new year is often a time to contemplate the future and what might lie ahead on the horizon. This week, the magazine MIT Technology Review unveiled its annual list of 10 technologies to watch—innovations that it thinks are on the verge of rapid adoption or causing significant cultural changes, or alr…
 
Early Migration To North America Likely Wasn’t A One-Way Road The story of how early humans migrated to North America might not be as simple as we once thought. The prevailing theory was that ancient peoples traveled from Siberia to modern-day Alaska using the Bering strait as a land bridge. But new genomic research, published in Current Biology, r…
 
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