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#Science

  • Golden Record: English Greeting
    NASA
    00:04
    NASA
    362,539

    This is a greeting to the universe that was electronically placed on the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft. English Translation: "Hello from the children of planet Earth."

  • Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite
    NASA
    28:28
    Science
    371

    NASA Deputy Director of Astrophysics Jeff Volosin discusses the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) mission.​

  • Mockingbird Nightsong
    Lang Elliott – Music of Nature
    07:42
    Nature Recording
    59,454

    MOCKINGBIRD NIGHT SONG: A Northern Mockingbird singing at night with crickets and gray treefrogs sounding off in the background. Recorded 11:30pm 27 May 2016, near Upperville, Virginia. © Lang Elliott. Microphone: quasi-binaural SASS (Stereo Ambient Sampling System) modified for use with Sennheiser MKH20 microphones. THE NORTHERN MOCKINGBIRD is well-known for its habit of singing at night. What most folks do not know is that the night-singers are primarily unmated males, which may sing almost continuously both day and night (especially when the moon is bright), in their quest to locate a mate. I managed to capture the featured recording during a recent expedition, which began with a social event: my partner’s niece was graduating from high school and we went down to attend the ceremony. Given how close we were to Washington D.C., I never imagined that I would get a usable recording (too many cars and jets). But we spent the night in a ranch house surrounded by large fields, and as luck would have it, there was a resident mockingbird that sang throughout much of the night. Resisting my urge to get some much-needed sleep (I was up until nearly 2am the night before, recording frogs), I ventured out around 11pm and walked a considerable distance to his singing tree, which was at the edge of a field. Crickets trilled gently from the grass and a chorus of Gray Treefrogs produced a drone from nearby forest, no doubt sounding off from a pond or swampy area. Not a bad catch for countryside near a major metropolis. Although not exactly a meditative recording, I am quite pleased to document night-singing in this species, along with enough ambient sounds to add spaciousness to the recording. This particular singer is doing some imitations, but the majority of his phrases seem to be of his own device. Rather than analyze his song phrases, I’ve chosen to simply enjoy the soundscape without thinking too much about it. Mockingbird Nightsong, delivered to you on a golden platter! What’ya think?

  • Golden Record: Tractor, Bus, Auto
    NASA
    00:39
    NASA
    343,341

    This is a sound that was electronically placed onboard the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft.

  • 416 - Animal crossing Science
    Podcast Science
    01:11:23
    Science
    8,414

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    Félicitations, vous avez fait le bon choix en vous inscrivant à cette aventure. Bienvenue à l’enregistrement de la formule Evasion Podcast Science de Nook Inc. Vous allez profiter d’une émission a trois voix sur la science du jeu vidéo Animal Crossing. Par contre cela nous demande quelques frais, il vous en coutera quelques 53480 clochettes. Vous êtes dans podcast science pour l’épisode 416.

  • Brown Honeyeater - Lichmera indistincta
    Nature Sounds
    02:19
    Nature Sounds
    13,298

    Recorded at Undara National Park. Copyright Tai Inoue at Nature Sounds 2011

  • Echoes in a Secret Gorge: album sample
    Listening Earth
    03:00
    nature sounds
    23,008
  • 413 - L'égo musclé de la volcanique Mary Lyon
    Podcast Science
    01:27:34
    Science
    9,919

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    Après 2 mois de confinement, voilà que commence la nouvelle ère du déconfinement. A nous les sorties, les flaques d’eau, les roulades dans l’herbe… en restant prudent et en respectant les gestes barrière bien sûr. Quelle que soit votre situation, vous ne perdez pas l’habitude d’écouter des podcasts intéressants, de découvrir de nouvelles choses, de rester curieux du monde qui vous entoure. Comme tous les mercredis, on espère vous envoyer un peu de bonheur dans les oreilles - et ce soir pour cette émission roue libre, on vous emmène loin. Très loin. Alexa vous parlera avec effusion d’un volcan plutôt explosif, Cléora défrichera un aspect de la personnalité humaine, Taupo et Elise Kerner nous resservent un épisode de leur série “Not just the wife” sur la vie et les découvertes des femmes scientifiques dans l’histoire. Vous aurez également la réponse à notre quiz du moment “La force d’un muscle est proportionnelle à sa taille : info ou intox”. Tout un programme, accrochez-vous, détendez-vous…

  • Welcome to this weeks CODE WACK podcast featuring .Michael Lighty
    Nurse Talk
    06:00
    734

    Will “a little bit of this and a little bit of that” solve America’s healthcare problems? Is COVID-19 a game-changer in the fight for single-payer? In this first episode of a podcast series with host Brenda Gazzar, Michael Lighty discusses the Medicare-for-All movement and the Democratic Party’s new unity task force.

  • Nature Sounds
    Nature Sounds
    00:37
    Nature Sounds
    36,239

    Please enjoy this free download and feel free to use it for any creative and musical projects!

  • Sputnik: Beep
    NASA
    00:04
    nasa
    587,656
  • 415 - La lignée des cellules punks
    Podcast Science
    01:25:00
    Science
    9,114

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    Refus de rentrer dans les rangs, nomadisme, et une crête Mohawk: telles sont les caractéristiques du mouvement punk… et celles des cellules à qui vous devez… les chats domestiques. Taupo nous présente les cellules des crêtes neurales, les plus punks des cellules!

  • Introducing NASA's Curious Universe
    NASA
    01:40
    Science
    9,700

    Our universe is a wild and wonderful place. Join NASA astronauts, scientists and engineers on a new adventure each week — all you need is your curiosity. First-time space explorers welcome.

  • Apollo 11: We Have a Lift-Off
    NASA
    00:24
    nasa
    230,701
  • Golden Record: German Greeting
    NASA
    00:01
    NASA
    314,839

    This is a greeting to the universe that was electronically placed on the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft. English Translation: "Heartfelt greetings to all."

  • Test 1
    ABC Science
    00:11
    54,970
  • JFK: Return Him Safely to Earth
    NASA
    00:10
    nasa
    267,296
  • The Joe Rogan Experience
    StarTalk Radio
    36:56
    Science
    0

    It’s a different kind of StarTalk as Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews Joe Rogan, host of The Joe Rogan Experience, about everything from science and sports to evolution and Kim Kardashian.

  • Revolutionizing Tennis, with Nick Kyrgios
    StarTalk Radio
    50:13
    Sports
    0

    Has tennis gotten too routine? Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-hosts Gary O’Reilly and Chuck Nice investigate the people and technology shaking up the sport with Top 40 player Nick Kyrgios and David Ramos, Coaching Education and Performance Manager at the USTA. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/revolutionizing-tennis-with-nick-kyrgios/ Image Credit: Rob Keating from Canberra, Australia, Australia / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0). See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

  • Ways Of Knowing, Written In The Stars
    SciFri
    08:30
    9,176