Jun 16, 2019
The International Space Station is open for business! Recently announced by NASA, starting in 2020 commercial businesses will be able to develop and market products on the space station, if they fall in line with NASA's mission parameters. Also, twice a year private space agencies can send civilians up to the ISS for up...
Jun 9, 2019
In this replay from a previous science segment, theoretical
physicist Dr. Michio Kaku joint the show to talk about the
discovery of new planets and the idea of intelligent life out in
the universe. Even if there are aliens somewhere out there, would
they want to talk to us, or would they even notice us at all?
Jun 2, 2019
This week in science, I first get to talk about an exciting archeological discovery. In 2015, a shield made of bark was found in an Iron Age site near Edenbry Leicestershire England. This incredible find is the first of its kind because bark and wood do not really survive through the ages. Also, bark is known to be...
May 19, 2019
This week on science I talk about NASA and dinosaurs, two of my
For the first time in history, women are leading three of the four science branches at NASA. These women are the ones in charge of many of the exciting missions, experiments, and projects that will be pushing us father in space and helping...
May 12, 2019
The recent resupply mission to the International Space Station was another success for SpaceX. CRS-17 was launched on May 4th, the Falcon 9 rocket launching and landing safely as the Dragon capsule made its way to the space station carrying supplies and science experiments. Among the new science were 'tissue chips' and...