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Episode 14: Astronaut Leroy Chiao

In this episode, Beth and Leroy discuss: Changing technology: how far we’ve come and the exciting changes in our future. What we need to master (on the moon) before we go to Mars What it was like to fly on board the International Space Station for more than 6 months. How do you eat in […]

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Episode 13: The Year in Space

In this episode, Beth shares her list of “19” space-themed things to enjoy in 2019: Movies and Shows! Star Wars Episode IX countdown! Highly controversial new shows along with classics to inspire Books! 9+ books that you simply MUST read & enjoy Podcasts! Stay up to date with the latest space news, technology, missions, and explorations with […]

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Episode 11: Space Journalist & Author Rod Pyle

In this episode, Beth and Rod discuss: How Rod interviews the space experts and writes stories for us all Is there a renewed space race, and is that how reporters should frame the story? The “thing” Rod collected from the Saturn Cassini folks, and the Mars Lander folks at NASA   It took Rod years […]

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Episode 10: Joe DalSanto – The Firsts in Astronomy

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.   “I’ve used and built numerous […]

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Episode 9: Mark J. Lindquist brings the JOY

In this episode, Beth and Mark discuss: Mark’s life of service. Being nervous versus being excited – defining our energy before we’re in front of audiences What inspired the “Heel Kick Around the World” pictures The Mark J. Lindquist Big Band announcement! Key Takeaways: If you are going to Hawaii and want to learn to […]

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Episode 8: BONUS EPISODE: InSight Mars Landing Review

 In this episode, Beth discusses: NASA Lands on Mars (earlier this week) with InSight The who, what, where, when and why this Mars mission, and what it means for us on Earth. The excitement of landing in “the most boring place on Mars.” Key Takeaways: Entry and decent are the most critical parts of […]

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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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