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2008 SUN-EARTH DAY PODCAST LIST
- Sun-Earth Day Highlights: Interview with Lou Mayo
- In today's podcast we'll talk with Lou Mayo about a new eclipse based activity that he designed specifically for the Amateur Astronomer section of the Sun-Earth Day website. The title of that activity is the, "NASA Lunar Parallax Challenge". He'll also explain how to start your own After School Astronomy Club.
- Sun-Earth Day Technology Through Time Highlights
- In today's show Sten will talk about the latest Technology Through Time Mystery called, "Eclipse!". He'll also touch on how our ideas about eclipses have changed over the centuries.
- Sun-Earth Day Highlights Eclipse 2008: China 4
- Fred Espenak tells us about his career at NASA and how he became an astronomer.
- Sun-Earth Day Highlights Eclipse 2008: China 3
- Fred Espenak describes the technique he uses to capture his wonderful images of eclipses.
- Sun-Earth Day Highlights Eclipse 2008: China 2
- Fred Espenak explains what it's like to witness a total solar eclipse through his own experiences, and explains what an eclipse chaser is, or isn't.
- Sun-Earth Day Highlights Eclipse 2008: China 1
- In our first Eclipse 2008 podcast we talk with the man who has come to be known by many as Mr. Eclipse, Fred Espenak. We'll learn more about the different types of eclipses and what eclipses can tell us about the Sun!
- Storytelling: Wandering Planets
- Jordan Hill shares a fantastic folk tale about why the planets in our solar system have auroras.
- Arctic Impressions
- Arctic Impressions is the audio journal of Dorian Janney, a middle school teacher from Rockville, Maryland. Dorian kept a written journal of her entire experience with us in Barrow, Alaska, complete with descriptive text and imagery.
- Polar Gateways, Barrow Alaska
- The Sun-Earth Day team traveled to Barrow, Alaska to join scientists from all over the world for the 4th polar conference called, "Polar Gateways Arctic Circle Sunrise 2008' - posted Feb 1st, 2008
- Technology Through Time Highlight: Where did the Sun's magnetic field come from?
- In today's podcast we'll be hearing from Dr. Sten Odenwald, the chief author and editor of the Sun-Earth Day Technology Through Time series. Sten will fill us in on our latest Technology Through Time Mystery, "Where does the Sun's magnetic field come from?" - posted January 22nd, 2008
- Sun-Earth Day Highlights: ASP Conference
- Founded in 1889 in San Francisco, the Astronomical Society of the Pacific or ASP, long ago outgrew its regional sounding name to become one of the nation's leading organizations devoted to improving people's understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of astronomy and space as an
avenue for advancing science literacy - posted November 30th, 2007
- The Spirit of the Aurora!
- For this Halloween we've decided to give you a very special treat! Jordan Hill is back with a creepy story about the Aurora, and a spooky shack - posted October 30th, 2007
- Technology Through Time Highlight: Why is the Sun's Corona So Hot?
- In today's podcast we'll be hearing from Dr. Sten Odenwald. Sten is the chief author and editor of the Technology Through Time series. Sten is going to fill us in on this year's first Technology Through Time mystery, "Why is the Sun's Corona So Hot?" - posted October 22nd, 2007
- STS-118 Lift Off
- We decided to launch our first 'Sun-Earth Day 2008' podcast in true NASA style! So fasten your seatbelts, and join our host, Troy Cline, in this 'Audio Voyage' as we experience the incredible sounds of Space Shuttle Endeavour's recent liftoff into space. - posted September 24nd, 2007
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Space Weather Fact
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