Episode 4: Joe DalSanto Loves Astronomy

About Joseph DalSanto: After beginning to read about astronomy, Joseph DalSanto wanted to observe the night sky himself. So he purchased a telescope as a freshman in high school and, during the past 40 years, has developed an in-depth knowledge and familiarity with the night sky due to hundreds of evening observations. DalSanto first worked […]

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Episode 3: Beth Meets the Earth Lady, Izolda Trakhtenberg

  About Izolda Trakhtenberg: Born in Moldova, Izolda learned how to communicate in multiple languages through a year-long immigration process. Today, Izolda facilitates workshops that help people tap into and master their leadership, creativity, and communication skills. She worked as an educator for the National Geographic Society. Later, she traveled the world as a NASA […]

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Episode 2: Elon Musk Must Be Discussed with Beth & Chad

In this episode, Beth and Chad discuss the Joe Rogan interview with Elon Musk, including: What it must be like to live, and think so differently The many different companies Elon owns and runs What makes people like Elon so driven? The long and awkward pauses between Joe’s questions and Elon’s answers… And a deep […]

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Episode 1: Welcome to Casual Space

Welcome to Casual Space, a podcast about the wonders of space. Beth brings us space as it really and truly is, every day in our lives. Beth is a former NASA public affairs officer and shares with us her dream job and its experiences. Beth and her guests explore how space affects your daily life. […]

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If You Can Dance, You Can Deliver: Speaking Beyond the Steps

When you are first learning to do anything, for example a dance, there are usually several basic foundational items the dance requires. However, you may soon find it necessary to learn additional steps, create specific timing, or introduce a different tempo. The dance could also require unique spacing, drawn-out pauses, a special occasion, or even […]

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Why I DIDN’T March for Science

Why I didn’t March for Science and what I DID instead…. Like you, I wanted to march. I wanted to represent. I wanted to let our elected officials know that when we speak the truth, we really are speaking the language of science. So many things kept me from marching on that day- a previous […]

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Women in Space

A Global Perspective. Let’s de-bunk some of the myths we have about women in space, shall we? Let’s discuss how women have gone faster and further than ever before. The next woman to make history? It’s YOU. Space, science, or any adventure in-between, it’s all a matter of PERSPECTIVE. By examining each myth, then looking forward […]

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