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There are 341 episodes in the Space topic.

These are the latest episodes from the Space topic added to soundcarrot, but be careful, many of these are serialised shows so jumping in at episode 10, for example, could confuse matters.

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Sun Series: Bonus: Dispatches from the Path of Totality
00:35:42 | Season: 7 | Episode: 8 | May 3rd, 2024

On April 8, 2024, North America experienced its last total solar eclipse until the 2040s. As the Moon’s shadow fell across the U.S., NASA sent Curious Universe producers out into the field across the path of totality to talk to space nerds and eclipse scientists. In this special bonus episode of our Sun Series, we’ll relive the special day together.

Sun Series: Soaring Toward the Sun
00:35:50 | Season: 7 | Episode: 7 | April 23rd, 2024

For the first time, a NASA spacecraft is flying through the Sun's atmosphere. Nour Raouafi, project scientist for Parker Solar Probe, explains why the Sun's corona is the source of one of the biggest mysteries in all of space science. So, what does it take to build a probe that can touch the Sun—including surviving temperatures of 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit and barreling through sudden eruptions of solar plasma—and live to tell the tale? We'll also go inside the fleet of NASA spacecraft studying the Sun from many angles, including the rescue mission to save a wildly spinning observatory before it became lost in space forever.

REACH Earth Day Special: What is Climate Change?
00:09:07 | April 22nd, 2024

REACHing Out are bi-weekly mini-episodes where we answer YOUR Questions. This week we are celebrating Earth Day and what NASA is doing to study global climate change with some help from Dr. Dalia Kirschbaum, Director of the Earth Science Division, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.   Hosts: Brian Holden and Meredith Stepien Written by: Nate DuFort, with Sandy Marshall, Meredith Stepien and Brian Holden. Co-Created, Produced by: Nate DuFort and Sandy Marshall Edited by: Nate DuFort Music composed by: Jesse Case Logo by: Steven Lyons   Special thanks:  Dr. Dalia Kirschbaum, Director of the Earth Science Division, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center To learn more about NASA’s Earth Day initiatives including activities, coloring pages, and more visit https://science.nasa.gov/earth/earth-day/     Do you have a question for a future edition of “Reaching Out?” Just get your parents permission and give us a call at 312-248-3402 (or an email at ReachthePodast@gmail.com) and leave us a message with your first name, where you’re from and your question for a chance to be featured in an upcoming episode.   You can find REACH on Twitter and Instagram or at www.ReachThePodcast.com   REACH: A Space Podcast for Kids is a production of Soundsington Media committed to making quality programing for young audiences and the young at heart. To find out more go to www.soundsingtonmedia.com

Sun Series: What is Space Weather?
00:34:30 | Season: 7 | Episode: 6 | April 16th, 2024

From Earth, the Sun can seem steady and predictable. But when you look at our star close up, there’s a lot going on. Go behind the scenes with NASA’s Moon to Mars Space Weather Analysis Office, a team monitoring space weather—eruptions of radiation and plasma from the Sun that can wreak havoc on spacecraft and pose dangers to astronauts. We’ll also revisit the most powerful geomagnetic storm on record, an 1859 event that produced northern lights visible in the tropics and made electrical systems go haywire. This is episode fiof the Sun and Eclipse series from NASA’s Curious Universe, an official NASA podcast.

Sun Series: Minisode! Countdown to Total Solar Eclipse 2024
00:11:57 | Season: 7 | Episode: 5 | April 6th, 2024

It’s time. On April 8, 2024, millions of people across North America will see a total solar eclipse. Get the most out of totality with this special bonus episode. Listen up for safety tips, learn how to make your own pinhole projector to safely view the eclipse and learn how anyone—including you!—can contribute to NASA research through citizen science. And if you’re not in the path of totality, watch NASA’s live broadcast starting at 1 p.m. EDT. NASA’s Curious Universe is an official NASA podcast.

Sun Series: You (Yes, You!) Can Help NASA Study the Sun
00:44:36 | Season: 7 | Episode: 4 | April 2nd, 2024

How often do you think about your nearest star? Though it may not seem like it from here on Earth, our trusty Sun is a place of mystery. Take a good look at its influence on our planet – through the otherworldly experience of eclipse, maybe, or the aurora – and you might get "sucked" in… to a citizen science project, that is. Join NASA Sun scientists like Liz Macdonald and volunteers like Hanjie Tan to listen to crickets fooled by the false night of an eclipse, discover new colors in the aurora, and hunt for comets hiding in the plasma of our Sun’s atmosphere. And learn how you can get involved in NASA science while experiencing our nearest star firsthand. This is episode three of the Sun and Eclipse series from NASA’s Curious Universe, an official NASA podcast.

The REACH Guide to the Total Solar Eclipse
00:10:35 | April 1st, 2024

On April 8, 2024 we will experience a Total Solar Eclipse. What exactly is an eclipse? Who will get to see it? How can you safely view? What if you aren’t in the path of totality? You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers with the amazing Dr. Marin M. Anderson, Research Scientist, NASA JPL. All that and more on The REACH Guide to the Total Solar Eclipse   Hosts: Brian Holden and Meredith Stepien  Written, Produced, and Edited by Nate DuFort, a Solar System Ambassador for NASA JPL Music composed by: Jesse Case Logo by: Steven Lyons REACH was Co-Created by: Nate DuFort and Sandy Marshall    Special thanks to Dr. Marin M. Anderson, Research Scientist, Astrophysicist, Radio Astronomer at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Learn more about Dr. Anderson’s work with the Golden Apple Valley Radio Telescope (GAVRT): https://gavrt.lewiscenter.org/ https://science.nasa.gov/solar-system/skywatching/ride-the-wave-of-radio-astronomy-during-the-solar-eclipse/ And a terrific NASA Eclipse discussion with Dr. Anderson (fall 2023): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lKYm6QBE-Q

Sun Series: How to Experience a Total Solar Eclipse
00:41:12 | Season: 7 | Episode: 3 | March 26th, 2024

On April 8, 2024, the Moon will pass in front of the Sun, casting a shadow across Mexico, the United States, and Canada. Total solar eclipses have fascinated human beings for thousands of years. Watching the Moon eclipse the Sun is a surreal, multi-sensory experience that you’re not likely to forget. But Eclipses also offer unique opportunities for NASA to study the relationship between our star and home planet. Join current and former NASA sun scientists Kelly Korreck, Fred “Mr. Eclipse” Espenak and Cherilynn Morrow on a journey through time and space to solve eclipse mysteries.

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