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Fueled By Death Cast

Fueled By Death Cast welcomes a guest each week and asks the question, "What Fuels You?" Born from the Death Wish Coffee Company and their mission to fuel people's passions, hosts Jeff and Dustin are curious about what makes people do what they do, and why. We are all "fueled by death" - each of us with our own drive to live life to its fullest before we inevitably leave this rock for good. 

Jan 13, 2019

This week we talk about NASA's New Horizons spacecraft reaching the Kuiper Belt object Ultima Thule, and sending back the first photographs. This deep space object could hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of how planets formed billions of years ago.
Then, we discuss China's recent success of landing the first...


Jan 6, 2019

On this mini-episode of Science, we talk about the flying NASA Observatory SOFIA, which is able to cruise at a high altitude and look into space melding the best of both worlds of telescopes on the Earth and floating in outer space. Then, the ESA Mars Express has found a stunning water ice-filled crater on Mars and this...


Dec 30, 2018

Since we were off for Christmas break, we throw it back to some early Science segments from the show. First, back on Episode 24, we discussed the best-preserved dinosaur fossil ever found, a 110 million-year-old nodosaur, which was found by accident in Canada. Then, the largest and most extensive collection of...


Dec 23, 2018

On this Science clip from Fueled By Death Show, we talk about Voyager 2 heading into interstellar space. Voyager 1 did the same thing in 2012, but this time, Voyager 2 is still transmitting data back to Earth. Then, the New Horizon's spacecraft is on its way to Ultima Thule and has performed the farthest course...


Dec 16, 2018

This week on the science mini-episode, the NASA InSight rover on Mars captured the haunting sound of wind vibrating two of its sensors. This is a special treat, as one of the sensors will be transferred to the planet's surface very soon and wouldn't have been able to capture these sounds. Plus, the OSIRIS-REX...