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  • Season 2, Episode 6 - The Prospects of Heavy Metal
    NASA
    32:48
    Science
    416

    Asteroids, ho! Pioneering space miners dream of Psyche, the largest metal asteroid in the solar system.

  • A Conversation with Edward Norton
    StarTalk Radio
    56:10
    Science
    0

    Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with actor Edward Norton to explore his fascination with the universe, his new film “Motherless Brooklyn,” his work with the UN promoting biodiversity, his data company, his cosmic curiosities, and more. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons and All-Access subscribers can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/a-conversation-with-edward-norton/ Thanks to this week’s Patrons for supporting us: Ray Sousa, Kiki Stirling, Paul Schroeder, John Gallagher, Ástþór Sigurvinsson Photo Credit: StarTalk.

  • Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer: The Science
    NASA
    50:09
    Science
    821

    In Episode 117, Dr. Brandon Reddell discusses astrophysics, cosmology, and the science behind the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), an experiment looking for evidence of antimatter and dark matter in the cosmos. This is part one of a three-part series on AMS.

  • Season 2, Episode 5 - Catch a Falling Star
    NASA
    31:37
    Science
    1,096

    Why are missions like OSIRIS-REx bringing pieces of an asteroid back home?

  • 390 Nature secrète
    Podcast Science
    01:55:32
    Science
    4,697

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    Ce soir place au merveilleux, car notre invité est Patrick Baud le créateur du blog Axolot dédié aux curiosités et merveilles qui nous étonnent. Il vient ce soir nous parler de Nature secrète, un livre qu’il a écrit en collaboration avec Pierre Kerner. Un livre superbement illustré, sur la nature et les merveilleuses et insolites espèces qui nous entourent. Nous sommes très heureux de les accueillir ce soir, pour nous parler de cet ouvrage qui nous démontre encore une fois, s’il y en avait besoin, que la science et le beau savent coexister. Nous sommes le mercredi 6 novembre de l’an 2019, vous êtes sur Podcast Science, bienvenue dans l’émission 390.

  • Is US Science Vulnerable To Espionage?
    SciFri
    16:38
    Science
    1,033

    The NIH has instigated investigations into dozens of scientists over concerns of spying, nearly all linked to China.

  • ESA Explores Beyond series – Luca spacewalk special E05.1
    European Space Agency
    08:47
    Technology
    81

    ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano is preparing for a series of spacewalks to service the dark-matter-hunting Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer AMS-02. In this bonus episode he speaks about his upcoming spacewalk, its tasks and its challenges directly from the International Space Station.

  • Sleep: All Aboard the Snooze Cruise!
    Science Vs
    36:30
    Science
    0

    Sleepy? Science to the Rescue! Not sleeping enough turning you into a monster? Cutting-edge science helps us understand why. And we sort through the fads to find out, what really works to get more ZZZs. We speak with lab coordinator Pam De Young, sleep researcher Dr. Brady Riedner, and circadian scientist Prof. Russell Foster. Check out the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/2Ns26Zt Selected references: Consensus on the optimal amount of sleep: http://bit.ly/2Nu33Rc Local sleep review: http://bit.ly/33rXWGL Drunk study: http://bit.ly/33sN1wo Melatonin review: http://bit.ly/2WXC1EW E-reader study: http://bit.ly/2NU67EY Credits: This episode was produced by Rose Rimler and Lexi Krupp with help from Wendy Zukerman, along with Michelle Dang, Meryl Horn and Kaitlyn Sawrey. We’re edited by Caitlin Kenney. Fact checking by Diane Kelly. Mix and sound design by Peter Leonard. Music written by Peter Leonard, Emma Munger, Bobby Lord, and Bach. Recording assistance from Dave Drexler, Tim Peterson, Zoe Sullivan, and Martin Wiggins. Sonification of EEG data came from Dr. Gerold Baier and Dr. Thomas Hermann. A big thanks to Dr. Amandine Valomon, Prof. James Krueger, Dr. Ari Shechter, Dr. Jade Wu, Dr. Bei Bei, Dr. Connor Sheehan, Dr. Jennifer Ailshire, Dr. Agostinho Rosa, and everyone else we spoke to for this episode, especially our frustrated sleepers. Thanks for calling in! And special thanks to Chuma Ossé, the Zukerman family and Joseph Lavelle Wilson.

  • MOON BOOTS
    timprebble
    01:03
    0

    Made a track for MetaPop comp to celebrate the release of Sonic Coutures Moonkits: "create a one minute track or loop using one or more of the provided Moonkits drum loops" https://metapop.com/pages/promos/moonkits?p=1

  • The Limits Of Algorithms
    SciFri
    20:47
    Science
    877

    The weird, dumb, and sometimes beautiful mistakes artificial intelligence can make.

  • What Do The Ingredients In Baby Formula Actually Mean For Infant Health?
    SciFri
    18:19
    Science
    927

    Deciding which formula is best for your baby? We look at what science has to say.

  • The US Is Abandoning The Paris Climate Agreement
    SciFri
    07:30
    Science
    788

    The Trump Administration has begun a yearlong process to exit the agreement—which would complete the day after the next presidential election.

  • The Eclipse That Made Einstein A Worldwide Celebrity
    SciFri
    08:06
    Science
    895

    100 years ago this week, scientists shared their observations of how the mass of the bent starlight—an announcement that made Einstein an overnight celebrity.

  • The Secrets Of The Venus Flytrap
    SciFri
    07:02
    Science
    825

    The surprising facts you think you know about Venus flytraps.

  • Watch Mercury Lap The Sun
    SciFri
    07:51
    Science
    777

    About 13 times a century, Mercury darts across the blazing disc of the sun. Catch the transit yourself this Monday, November 11th.

  • 540 - Specialize? Or Generalize?
    Science For The People
    01:12:19
    Science
    0

    Ever been called a "jack of all trades, master of none"? The world loves to elevate specialists, people who drill deep into a single topic. Those people are great. But there's a place for generalists too, argues David Epstein. Jacks of all trades are often more successful than specialists. And he's got science to back it up. We talk with Epstein about his latest book, "Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World".

  • Leaf Data, In Your Family Albums
    SciFri
    04:39
    Science
    745

    Researchers are collecting snapshots of Acadia National Park to supplement satellite data on fall leaf colors.

  • Life of a Science Guy, with Bill Nye
    StarTalk Radio
    53:07
    Science
    0

    Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with his friend and beloved science communicator Bill Nye to explore how he became the “Science Guy.” With comic co-host Chuck Nice, science communicator Emily Calandrelli, and biological anthropologist Helen Fisher, PhD. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons and All-Access subscribers can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/life-of-a-science-guy-with-bill-nye/ Thanks to this week’s Patrons for supporting us: Kohl Chrislock, Bradley Desrochers, Katelyn Hague, The Fellowship of Doge, Stu Glassner aka Neurocleric, Tabitha Bradley Photo Credit: Brandon Royal.

  • 389 - Astrobiologie et Lunes de Glace, avec Baptiste Journaux
    Podcast Science
    01:38:44
    Science
    6,334

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    Bonsoir à tous ! Le sujet de l’émission de ce soir est la glace. La glace, c’est un minéral que l’on connaît bien : elle est emblématique de nos calottes polaires, on skie dessus et elle est indispensable à la vie telle qu’on la connaît sous la forme d’eau. Mais si la glace est essentielle sur Terre, elle est aussi présente sur d’autres planètes et satellites, sous plein d’autres états ! Pourquoi la glace est-elle un objet d’étude si important en astrophysique ? Que peut-on apprendre de la glace dans le système solaire et au-delà ? En quoi est-elle intéressante en astrobiologie ? C’est ce que nous allons découvrir grâce Baptiste Journaux, chercheur postdoctoral en Astroglaciologie à la NASA. notes d'émission : https://www.podcastscience.fm/emission/2019/11/06/podcast-science-389-astrobiologie-lunes-glace/

  • Apollo vs. Artemis
    NASA
    01:01:58
    Science
    793

    For Episode 116 Nujoud Merancy, Exploration Mission Planning Office Chief, returns to the podcast to explain how the mission architecture of the Artemis program differs from Apollo and why it is important to develop a sustainable presence on the Moon.

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