Award-winning NASA astrophysicist and author Sten Odenwald discusses several of the 100 objects featured in his 2019 book: “Space Exploration: A History in 100 Objects.” I pick a few of the lesser known and underappreciated objects, which run the gamut in their differing ages. In this compelling episode, it’s amazing to hear and understand just how far humanity has come in its technological quest to understand the cosmos.
Episode 54 --- What Nearby Stellar Open Clusters Are Still Teaching Us
Episode 53 --- John Glenn, JFK and the Cold War's New Frontier
Episode 52 --- The Unexpected Origins of Life's Genetic Code
Episode 51 --- Our Sun's Ultimate Endgame
Episode 50 --- How Humans Can Use Bioengineering To Move Off-World
Episode 49 --- The Dangerous Downside of Airliner Automation
Episode 48 --- Mapping Laniakea, Our Home Supercluster Of Galaxies
Episode 47 --- How Palomar Observatory Changed Almost Everything We Knew About Astronomy
Episode 46 – Harvard Geologist Andy Knoll Sums Up The Grand Sweep Of Earth’s History
Episode 45 --- The Incredible Story of Flying Tiger Flight 923’s North Atlantic Ditching
Episode 44 --- ESA’s Upcoming Euclid Dark Energy Survey
Episode 43 --- What Future And Final Galaxy Surveys Will Teach Us About The Cosmos
Episode 42 --- Neil DeGrasse Tyson Talks About His New Book “Cosmic Queries”
Episode 40 --- Cosmic Cataclysms And The Evolution Of Intelligent Life On Earth
Episode 39 --- What NASA’s Perseverance Rover Is Teaching The Rest Of Us.
Episode 38 --- The Trouble With Dark Energy
Episode 37 --- Is Oumuamua, Our Solar System’s 1st Identified Interstellar Asteroid, Actually An Alien Probe?
Episode 36 --- NASA Aims For The Geophysical Heart Of Mars
Episode 35 ---America’s Heroic World War II Air Raid On Ploesti --- The ‘Taproot’ Of Nazi Oil
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