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Created by: Jennifer Swanson / Jeff Gonyea

USA 6-1011+

Started: November 10th, 2020

Status: Active, 100 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Why Measure the Height of Trees?
40:23 |Episode: 125 | October 4th, 2022

Have you ever looked up at a tree and wondered just exactly how tall it really is? We can help with that! Brian Campbell, NASA Senior Earth Science Outreach Specialist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in VA, tells us about the challenge he has for all you citizen scientists out there! It’s the NASA GLOBE Trees Challenge 2022: Trees in a Changing Climate and he needs YOUR help! Tune in and learn how you can help measure trees for NASA. 

How Do You Study Another Planet’s Moon?
39:57 |Episode: 114 | September 27th, 2022

Did you know that Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons, may contain twice as much water as all of the Earth’s oceans combined? Learn this and other amazing facts from Tracy Drain, the lead flight systems engineer for NASA’s Europa Clipper Mission. Don’t miss this awesome chat about all things space, science, and astronomical fun!! 

How Can Math Blow Your Mind?
32:48 |Episode: 123 | September 20th, 2022

If you’ve ever thought math was boring, you HAVE to listen to this episode! Cindy Lawrence, the CEO and Executive Director of the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath), will explain how much fun you can have with math– it will BLOW your mind!! Don’t miss this exciting and entertaining chat. You may just even learn how to ride a bicycle with square wheels! 

How Do You Get to the Bottom of the Ocean?
38:40 |Episode: 122 | September 13th, 2022

If you’ve ever wonder what’s at the bottom of the ocean, you won’t want to miss this episode! The fabulous Dr. Rosa Leon-Zayas, environmental microbiologist, shares with us her special deep dive into the ocean on the Alvin! The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution submersible was certified to dive to its deepest depths yet near her home country of Puerto Rico. 

How Do You Tell the Age of a Tree?
33:20 |Episode: 121 | September 6th, 2022

Do you ever look at some really tall trees and wonderhow old they are? How can you tell? Listen to this FUN episode with award-winning science author and photographer Alexandra Siy as she tells us about her quest to find the world’s oldest tree! It will have you searching for pine cones and leaves in your own backyard. 

How Do You Measure the Size and Shape of a Star?
37:16 |Episode: 120 | August 30th, 2022

We love to look at stars. But have you ever wondered just how big stars are? Listen to this fascinating chat with Dr. Gerard van Belle, Chief Scientist for the Navy Precision Optical Interferometer at Lowell Observatory and he is going to tell us about the cool technology they use to determine the size and shape of stars. You may never look at the stars the same again! 

How is Cloud Watching Helpful for Science?
37:30 |Episode: 119 | August 23rd, 2022

While we all love to do a bit of cloud watching, have you ever thought about the science behind clouds? There is so much more to clouds than just fun animal shapes and rain. Take a listen to the fascinating chat with Jessica Taylor, physical scientist, at NASA’s Langley Research Center as she tells us all about how clouds really do help us to learn about the science of our planet! 

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Created by: Jennifer Swanson / Jeff Gonyea
Started: November 10th, 2020
Status: Active, 100 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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