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Spacepod

By Carrie Nugent

Hear stories about the alien moons orbiting other planets, of cold stars, and the future of space exploration. Dr. Carrie Nugent chats about an amazing part of our universe with a scientist or engineer. Spacepod is the podcast that gives you an inside look into space exploration and astronomy.

  1. 1.
    138: Transiting Exoplanets with Dr. Payne11/18/2018
    23:06
  2. 2.
    137: Documenting rapid change with Dr. Carey11/04/2018
    22:13
  3. 3.
    136: Would sailboats work on Titan? With Dr. Soto10/21/2018
    19:57
  4. 4.
    135: Linking asteroid observations with Dr. Holman10/07/2018
    23:02
  5. 5.
    134: Spinning stars with Dr. Rebull09/23/2018
    30:04
  6. 6.
    133: Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, and Mercury with Dr. Padovan09/09/2018
    30:59
  7. 7.
    132: Introducing people to the reach of infinity with Tim Thompson08/26/2018
    19:22
  8. 8.
    131: Inside the red planet with Dr. Daubar08/12/2018
    11:33
  1. 9.
    130: Quantum entanglement with Dr. Ghose07/29/2018
    17:27
  2. 10.
    129: A new type of galaxy with Dr. Mutlu-Pakdil07/15/2018
    21:58
  3. 11.
    128: Sleeping on a Glacier with Dr. Koppes07/01/2018
    14:04
  4. 12.
    127: Black hole pairs with Dr. McGurk06/17/2018
    23:13
  5. 13.
    126: Supercities of the Universe with Dr. Connor06/03/2018
    23:02
  6. 14.
    125: Oceans, oceans everywhere with Dr. Keane05/20/2018
    20:43
  7. 15.
    124: Searching Antarctica for meteorites with Dr. Cohen05/06/2018
    39:28
  8. 16.
    123: Our favorite planet's future with Dr. Marvel04/22/2018
    12:14
  9. 17.
    122: How to make a comet with Dr. Michel04/08/2018
    32:55
  10. 18.
    121: Solar storms with Dr. Janvier03/25/2018
    23:31
  11. 19.
    120: Archeology for everyone with Chase Childs03/11/2018
    25:33
  12. 20.
    119: Archeology from space with Dr. Parcak02/25/2018
    17:11
  13. 21.
    118: The stuff between the stars with Dr. Rich02/11/2018
    32:34
  14. 22.
    117: Guardians of (a very small part of) the galaxy with Dr. Fast01/28/2018
    26:35
  15. 23.
    116: Extraterrestrial Seismology with Dr. Panning01/14/2018
    40:40
  16. 24.
    115: Detector detective with Mario Cabrera12/31/2017
    16:21
  17. 25.
    114: The densest stuff in the universe slamming together at the speed of light with Dr. Kanner12/17/2017
    28:39
  18. 26.
    113: Belt and suspenders spacecraft with Julie Webster12/03/2017
    39:35
  19. 27.
    112: Cassini Family with Dr. Cable11/19/2017
    27:41
  20. 28.
    111: Dust hazard with Dr. Throop11/05/2017
    26:47
  21. 29.
    110: 492 roughly hexagonal mirrors with Dr. Liu10/22/2017
    21:38
  22. 30.
    109: To attack that darkness once again with Dr. Hunt10/08/2017
    19:16
  23. 31.
    108: End of mission blues with Dr. Storrie-Lombardi09/24/2017
    25:39
  24. 32.
    107: Loose rocks and soft bots with Dr. McMahon09/10/2017
    29:29
  25. 33.
    106: Sample the mantle with Dr. Peterson08/27/2017
    29:39
  26. 34.
    105: Tectonic fabric with Dr. Donnellan08/13/2017
    19:19
  27. 35.
    104: Occultation vacation with Dr. Kramer07/30/2017
    27:03
  28. 36.
    103: Meteor showers and “broom stars” with Dr. Ye07/16/2017
    26:50
  29. 37.
    102: A thrilling tale of discovery with Dr. Christiansen07/02/2017
    14:33
  30. 38.
    101: The best geologist on Mars with Dr. Francis06/18/2017
    23:57
  31. 39.
    100: The gauntlet is thrown- explain the ammonia! with Dr. Ehlmann06/04/2017
    17:12
  32. 40.
    99: Photons from exoplanets with Dr. Meshkat05/28/2017
    19:53
  33. 41.
    98: A place on Earth as dry as Mars with Dr. Azua-Bustos05/21/2017
    20:17
  34. 42.
    97: If a glacier falls in a fjord… with Dr. Koppes05/14/2017
    22:52
  35. 43.
    96: Vega, dust, and a giant inflatable bumblebee with Dr. Ciardi05/07/2017
    17:37
  36. 44.
    95: Asteroid hunting software with John Dailey04/30/2017
    16:33
  37. 45.
    94: Seven hundred new craters on Mars with Dr. Daubar04/23/2017
    14:01
  38. 46.
    93: Companionable Jupiters with Marta Bryan04/16/2017
    21:18
  39. 47.
    92: When there’s dust there’s planets with Dr. Patel04/09/2017
    15:45
  40. 48.
    91: Tectonic hazard on Phobos with Dr. Curren04/02/2017
    11:04
  41. 49.
    90: The universe is full of water with Dr. Paladini03/26/2017
    18:51
  42. 50.
    89: Underwater Flying Objects with Prof. Thompson03/19/2017
    27:44
  43. 51.
    Bonus episode: I wrote a book!03/14/2017
    11:45
  44. 52.
    88: Designing earthquake alarms with Dr. Burkett03/12/2017
    21:49
  45. 53.
    87: Visions of interstellar travel with Dr. Hurt03/05/2017
    20:46
  46. 54.
    86: Celestial cinematography with Dr. Kasliwal02/26/2017
    14:19
  47. 55.
    85: Risk, hazard, and threat: the importance of language with Dr. Billings02/19/2017
    18:28
  48. 56.
    84: Saturn’s siren song with Dr. Burton02/12/2017
    25:48
  49. 57.
    83: Why we archive with Dr. Rebull02/05/2017
    22:02
  50. 58.
    82: Searching the sky for asteroids with Eric Christensen01/29/2017
    14:08
  51. 59.
    81: The era of precision astronomy with Dr. Rich01/22/2017
    26:33
  52. 60.
    80: Places where people can have adventures with Br. Consolmagno01/15/2017
    29:28
  53. 61.
    79: LIGO’s high quality (factor) fibers with Dr. Robertson01/08/2017
    18:25
  54. 62.
    78: Signals traveling through the fabric of spacetime with Dr. Kanner (Part 2)01/01/2017
    16:11
  55. 63.
    77: Signals traveling through the fabric of spacetime with Dr. Kanner (Part 1)12/25/2016
    18:50
  56. 64.
    76: Mars’ teenage robot with Dr. Fraeman12/18/2016
    18:27
  57. 65.
    75: Looking for trouble with Eric Rice12/11/2016
    12:40
  58. 66.
    74: Asteroid families with Dr. Masiero12/04/2016
    14:38
  59. 67.
    73: Earthquake early warning systems with Dr. Weiser11/27/2016
    28:21
  60. 68.
    72: Perturbing the Earth with Dr. Weiser11/20/2016
    21:06
  61. 69.
    71: Rovers on an asteroid with Dr. Takir11/13/2016
    9:02
  62. 70.
    70: Every crater tells a story with Dr. Scully11/06/2016
    15:27
  63. 71.
    69: Pinging passing asteroids with Dr. Naidu10/30/2016
    11:40
  64. 72.
    68: Building a new instrument with Dr Hosseini10/23/2016
    15:31
  65. 73.
    67: The most ambitious measurement ever made, with Dr. Reitze (Part 2)10/16/2016
    22:08
  66. 74.
    66: The most ambitious measurement ever made, with Dr. Reitze (Part 1)10/09/2016
    15:25
  67. 75.
    65: Black holes don’t suck with Dr. Gorjian10/02/2016
    18:07
  68. 76.
    64: Hubble’s Tuning Fork with Dr. Seidel09/25/2016
    15:34
  69. 77.
    63: Deciphering dark matter with Dr. Benson09/18/2016
    20:48
  70. 78.
    62: Exoplanets and the fate of Earth with Dr. Schlaufman09/11/2016
    20:40
  71. 79.
    61: Catching a photonic breeze with Dr. Betts09/04/2016
    15:48
  72. 80.
    60: Data you can see, touch, and lick with Dr. Hunt08/28/2016
    13:58
  73. 81.
    59: Where the universe was discovered with Dr. Mulchaey08/21/2016
    14:30
  74. 82.
    58: The case of the missing Moon ice with Dr. Siegler08/14/2016
    13:35
  75. 83.
    57: Voyaging to the edge of the Solar System with Suzy Dodd08/07/2016
    22:35
  76. 84.
    56: Fiction Science with Mika McKinnon07/31/2016
    20:09
  77. 85.
    55: Space is a team effort with Jan Chodas07/24/2016
    17:26
  78. 86.
    54: The granite planet with Dr. Economos07/17/2016
    15:12
  79. 87.
    53: How big? How far? How fast? with Dr. Beaton07/10/2016
    18:03
  80. 88.
    52: Eternal sunshine of the Galactic Center with Dr. Ramirez07/03/2016
    15:13
  81. 89.
    51: When Mars was the “Pink Planet” with Dr. Smith06/26/2016
    14:50
  82. 90.
    50: Ganymede and Iapetus with Dr. Singer06/19/2016
    12:29
  83. 91.
    49: Every known object in the Solar System with Jon Giorgini06/12/2016
    15:16
  84. 92.
    48: Threading an asteroid through the eye of a keyhole with Dr. Chodas06/05/2016
    9:51
  85. 93.
    47: Punching an asteroid with Dr. Walsh05/29/2016
    12:54
  86. 94.
    46: Spacecraft no bigger than a breadbox with Dr. Asphaug05/22/2016
    12:00
  87. 95.
    45: A glimpse of the Pluto system with Dr. Ennico Smith05/15/2016
    12:58
  88. 96.
    44: Atmospheres in our solar system with Dr. Soto05/08/2016
    15:19
  89. 97.
    43: The Ice Giants with Dr. Soderlund05/01/2016
    10:50
  90. 98.
    42: Finding exoplanets with Dr. Christiansen04/24/2016
    11:34
  91. 99.
    41: The last of the “great observatories” with Dr. Storrie-Lombardi04/17/2016
    14:51
  92. 100.
    40: Keeping an eye on asteroids with Dr. Yeomans04/10/2016
    12:14
  93. 101.
    39: A day in the life of a Mars rover with Dr. Litchtenberg04/03/2016
    13:22
  94. 102.
    38: Mysterious icy travelers with Dr. Fernández03/27/2016
    11:42
  95. 103.
    37: Exploring Pluto with Dr. Singer03/20/2016
    14:35
  96. 104.
    36: Using artwork to explain the Universe with Dr. Hurt03/13/2016
    21:03
  97. 105.
    35: Geology at a distance with Dr. Rivkin03/06/2016
    8:25
  98. 106.
    34: Keeping track of asteroids with Dr. Sphar02/28/2016
    10:50
  99. 107.
    33: Why do we look for water when we look for life? With Dr. Cable02/21/2016
    14:27
  100. 108.
    32: How to build a planet with Dr. Kretke02/14/2016
    13:59
  101. 109.
    31: If we could put Mars in a bottle… with Paulo Younse02/07/2016
    17:06
  102. 110.
    30: Space weathering with Dr. Kaluna01/31/2016
    11:28
  103. 111.
    29: Keeping the James Webb Space Telescope cool with Dr. Stone01/24/2016
    18:14
  104. 112.
    28: Building experiments for the International Space Station with Dr. White01/17/2016
    17:11
  105. 113.
    27: Searching Iceland’s lava fields for life on Mars with Dr. Cable01/10/2016
    19:37
  106. 114.
    26: Old, volatile, and gassy: Why comets would make unpleasant but interesting dinner guests with Dr. Bauer01/03/2016
    14:21
  107. 115.
    25: Why couldn't New Horizons orbit Pluto?12/27/2015
    18:03
  108. 116.
    24: Engineering the Galileo Probe, Pt 2.12/20/2015
    13:04
  109. 117.
    23: Engineering the Galileo Probe, Pt 1.12/13/2015
    12:55
  110. 118.
    22: Merging galaxies with Dr. Privon12/06/2015
    13:47
  111. 119.
    21: The fascinating, hidden world of isotopes in water with Dr. Dan Petrizzo11/29/2015
    16:43
  112. 120.
    20: Tuning in to comet radio stations with Prof. Lovell11/22/2015
    13:37
  113. 121.
    19: Where to land on Mars, and where to look for Martian microbes with Prof. Ehlmann11/15/2015
    23:57
  114. 122.
    18: Pluto’s big mystery with Dr. Buratti11/08/2015
    14:26
  115. 123.
    17: Landslides on Mars with Dr. Watkins11/01/2015
    10:52
  116. 124.
    16: The strange surfaces of asteroids with Dr. Busch10/25/2015
    13:07
  117. 125.
    15: Finding Europa in our Antarctic backyard with Dr. Schmidt10/18/2015
    15:51
  118. 126.
    14: We are all made of star stuff... or are we? With Dr. Rich10/11/2015
    15:57
  119. 127.
    13: Cassini explores Saturn and its moons with Dr. Spilker10/04/2015
    16:10
  120. 128.
    12: Exploring planets from your living room with Emily Lakdawalla09/27/2015
    14:50
  121. 129.
    11: How many asteroids are out there? With Dr. Mainzer09/20/2015
    13:04
  122. 130.
    10: Craters on the moon with Dr. Cohen09/13/2015
    15:52
  123. 131.
    9: NASA high jinks with Dr. Paddack09/06/2015
    16:22
  124. 132.
    8: Accessible asteroids with Brent Barbee08/30/2015
    13:22
  125. 133.
    7: Exploring Mercury with Dr. Chabot08/23/2015
    10:33
  126. 134.
    6: Hubble sees a collision with Rob Landis08/16/2015
    13:03
  127. 135.
    5: The coldest stars with Dr. Kirkpatrick08/09/2015
    12:09
  128. 136.
    4: LADEE explores the moon with Dr. Noble08/02/2015
    12:24
  129. 137.
    3: The moons of Mars with Dr. Fraeman08/02/2015
    14:33
  130. 138.
    2: Polarized light with Dr. Masiero08/02/2015
    12:14
  131. 139.
    1: Titan's Lakes with Dr. Cable08/02/2015
    14:05

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