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  • Cosmic Queries – The 2020 Nobel Prize
    StarTalk Radio
    46:02
    Science
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    Can black holes alter light speed? Is astrophysics the Meryl Streep of the Nobel Prize in Physics? Neil deGrasse Tyson, Chuck Nice, and astrophysicist Janna Levin, PhD, answer Cosmic Queries about black holes and the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/cosmic-queries-the-2020-nobel-prize/ Thanks to our Patrons Sand McUnicorn, Marcus Guerra, Loren Kimble, Mahmoud Hayat, Rupert Thomas, Elliot T Rauba, Byron J Reid, and J Ayala for supporting us this week. Photo Credit: Event Horizon Telescope, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Baseball Physics, with Bill Nye
    StarTalk Radio
    57:46
    Sports
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    Bats, gloves, home runs, and… physics? Neil deGrasse Tyson explores the physics of baseball with Bill Nye the Science Guy, co-host Gary O’Reilly, and DJ Price, assistant coach at Barry University. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/baseball-physics-with-bill-nye/ Photo Credit: Keith Allison from Hanover, MD, USA / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Our Cosmic Time Machine
    NASA
    19:05
    Storytelling
    313

    The James Webb Space Telescope will explore every phase of cosmic history: from the formation of the very first galaxies in the early universe, to our cosmic backyard of the Solar System. Webb is the largest space telescope NASA has ever built and it is almost ready to make its journey about one million miles from Earth.

  • Crew-1: The Mission
    NASA
    01:01:36
    549

    On Episode 167, Anthony Vareha, the lead flight director at NASA's Johnson Space Center for NASA's SpaceX Crew-1 mission, details the first crew rotation flight on a U.S. commercial spacecraft.

  • Cosmic Queries – Proving Einstein Right
    StarTalk Radio
    55:33
    Science
    0

    Was Albert Einstein right? Neil deGrasse Tyson, comic co-host Chuck Nice, and theoretical physicist Jim Gates, PhD, investigate general relativity, special relativity, the process of proving equations right, and answer fan-submitted Cosmic Queries! NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/cosmic-queries-proving-einstein-right/ Thanks to our Patrons Beverly Bellows, Christopher Mank, Darrell R. Scott, Eric Burgess, Pike Persons, AK Llyr, Nicholas Belsten, and Samuel D Fairchild for supporting us this week. Photo Credit: Ferdinand Schmutzer / Public domain. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Season 3, Episode 2 - Genesis
    NASA
    33:47
    Science
    224

    Have you ever wanted to see the awesome spectacle of an erupting volcano? There’s no better guide for such an adventure than JPL volcanologist Rosaly Lopes.

  • Google Is In Legal Trouble
    SciFri
    12:02
    Science
    992

    The tech giant faces a lawsuit from the U.S. Justice Department, and early COVID data from New York City public schools are encouraging.

  • Season 3, Episode 1 - An Astronaut's View of Earth
    NASA
    41:26
    Science
    611

    You might think you know Earth, but astronaut’s views from outer space help us see our world in a whole new light.

  • Why Your Covid Dreams Are Weird
    SciFri
    17:03
    Science
    721

    A dream researcher has been collecting dreams since the pandemic began. Here’s what she’s learned.

  • Making Peace With The End Of Your Species
    SciFri
    17:07
    Science
    758

    The SciFri Book Club reads about a planet where the aliens wear human faces. Plus, what it means to be ‘sentient’ in science fiction.

  • Should We Stop Paying Attention To Election Forecasts?
    SciFri
    17:24
    Science
    718

    We’ve been trying to predict the outcomes of elections for a long time, and that might be a problem.

  • 424 - Rouges-gorges, coups de soleil et Nobels 2020
    Podcast Science
    54:36
    Science
    4,787

    Soutenez nous sur Patreon.com/PodcastScience // et fr.tipeee.com/podcast-science // Retrouvez nous sur PodcastScience.fm // Twitter: Twitter.com/PodcastScience // Facebook: Facebook.com/PodcastScience // Notes d'émission : https://www.podcastscience.fm/?p=15310 Demandez son avis à tous les chercheurs sur les Nobels et on vous répondra une variation sur le thème de “ouiiii, c’est une récompense assez ambivalente, je pense que c’est un problème de célébrer l’individu, alors que la science, c’est avant tout la collaboration, l’entraide tu vois… et pour un gagnant il y a tellement d’anonymes qui restent malheureusement inconnus, mais sans qui cette découverte n’aurait pas eu lieu, et puis sans même parler du problème criant de représentativité”. Mais bon. Redemandez son avis à la même personne 3 minutes après l’annonce et il y a de bonnes chances que sa réponse deviennent “oh putain je le savaiiiis ! J’ai une copine qui l’a vu en vrai, elle lui a serré la main devant les toilettes à une conféreeeeence !” Parce que oui, malgré tous leurs défauts, la semaine des Nobels reste une semaine particulière pour les chercheurs et on vous en parle ce soir.

  • Can Trauma Today Affect Future Children?
    SciFri
    12:10
    Science
    706

    Researchers are studying whether severe stress can have an epigenetic effect, altering how genes are turned on and off in an organism’s offspring.

  • Even In A Pandemic, Science Class Is In Session
    SciFri
    17:28
    Science
    682

    The return to school hasn’t been easy, but STEM educators are finding creative ways to teach science to kids—online and in-person.

  • Supervolcanoes: KABOOMY BOOM
    Science Vs
    27:34
    Science
    0

    We keep hearing that a Yellowstone supervolcano could blow at any moment — and possibly wipe us all out. So is Yellowstone overdue for the BIG ONE, and if it happens, how bad could it be? To find out, we talk to paleoecologist Dr. Gill Plunkett, Yellowstone Volcano Observatory Scientist-in-Charge Dr. Mike Poland and Washington resident Christian Jacobsen. Here’s a link to our transcript: https://bit.ly/3kliFV6 Check out Yellowstone Volcano Observatory’s weekly blog the “Caldera Chronicles”: https://www.usgs.gov/volcanoes/yellowstone/caldera-chronicles This episode was produced by Michelle Dang and Nicholas DelRose, with help from Wendy Zukerman, Rose Rimler and Hannah Harris Green. We’re edited by Blythe Terrell. Fact checking by Barbra Rodriguez. Mix and sound design by Sam Bair. Music written by Peter Leonard, Marcus Bagala, Emma Munger and Bobby Lord. A huge thanks to all the researchers we got in touch with for this episode, including Brian Wilcox, Dr. Mike Rampino, Dr. Jazmin Scarlett, Dr. Joe McConnell, Dr. Rosaly Lopes and Dr. Thor Thordarson. And special thanks to the Zukerman family and Joseph Lavelle Wilson.

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  • Asteroid Hunting: Inside Our OSIRIS-REx Mission
    NASA
    21:16
    Storytelling
    911

    On Oct. 20, 2020, NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will attempt a daring feat: to briefly reach out its mechanical arm and grab a sample from an asteroid’s surface. Dante Lauretta, Heather Enos, and Ron Mink introduce you to NASA’s asteroid hunter and what this sample return mission means for us here on Earth.

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