2007 SUN-EARTH DAY PODCAST LIST
- Technology Through Time Highlights with Sten Odenwald
- With the help of thousands of scientists and observers across the centuries, our knowledge of the sun an its connection of the earth has expanded our minds. As we look to the future we can only wonder what awaits us.
posted June 26, 2007.
- Sun-Earth Day Highlights
- So what's next? Well since this year's focus on Space Weather was so successful we've decided to continue that focus into next year's theme.
- Audio Voyage #1: Shuttle Mockup
- Sounds and descriptions can capture a person, place, event, or feeling so clearly that you can "see" in your mind's eye whatever it is that is being described. As a result of your feedback, we have decided to complement our normal Sun-Earth Day podcasts with a new series of descriptive audio reports from different NASA locations.
- In today's podcast we'll be exploring the musical side of space weather with a dynamic teacher from Anahiem, CA,... Carol Anne McGuire.
- Sun-Earth Day 2007, Program 5
- In today's podcast we'll be listening to highlights from a workshop where indigenous astronomers, Dr. Nancy Maryboy and Dr. David Begay, spent time comparing and contrasting native and western astronomies.
- Sun-Earth Day 2007, Program 4
- Hear an interview with Isabel Hawkins, Director of the Center for Science Education at the Space Sciences Laboratory of the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Hawkins is the informal lead for the 2007 Sun-Earth Day program.
- Sun-Earth Day 2007, Program 3
- Sun-Earth Day helps you prepare for the November 8, 2006 transit of Mercury across the disk of the Sun. This podcast includes information about the November 8, 2006 transit of Mercury, and interviews with the Sun-Earth Connection Education Forum's Lou Mayo and Sten Odenwald.
- Sun-Earth Day 2007, Program 2
- Sun-Earth Day staff participated in the National Education Computing Conference (NECC) held in San Diego, California. In this installment Troy interviews elementary school principal Cathy Cannon and Kathy Kaiser-Holscott, the director of NASA's Central Operation of Resources for Educators (NASA CORE).
- Sun-Earth Day 2007, Program 1
- The first in a series of NASA podcasts for Sun-Earth Day 2007: Living in the Atmosphere of the Sun. This podcast includes an interview with Elaine Lewis, the Leader of the Sun-Earth Day 20076 program.
- 2006 Sun-Earth Day podcasts
- If you missed the 2006 podcasts you can find them all on the Sun-Earth Day 2006 podcast page or in our itunes subscription list.
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Space Weather Fact
The core of the sun is nearly as dense as lead, and has a temperature of 15 million °C.