The first in a series of NASA podcasts that will explore Solar eclipses, and how humans have studied them for millennia. These podcasts will connect you to the cultural history, math and science behind solar eclipses, and why we still find them so exciting to watch today. Get ready to experience the March 29, 2006 total Solar eclipse live from Side, Turkey, […]
In this Podcast you will hear an interview conducted with Lou Mayo; a professional astronomer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. His interview highlights information about eclipses and also includes some interesting facts that you will want to know before seeing the eclipse live or via our webcast on March 29th.
Sun-Earth Day 2006 focuses on March 29th's Total Solar Eclipse. In Podcast #3 you will hear an interview with Joe Davila; a NASA astronomer who has been working at Goddard Space flight Center since 1982. He is priMarily involved in Solar Physics and the study of our Sun's atmosphere. During his interview he talks about a very interesting and somewh […]
In Podcast #4 we'll chat with webcast producer Robyn Higdon and Co-host Isabel Hawkins on there first day in Side, Turkey! Find out what it takes to broadcast a live celestial event from a remote location.
In this `Behind the Scenes' Podcast you will be introduced to your Location Director, Webcast Videographer and a member of our education staff. A brief description of our on-line education resources is included!
In this podcast you will be introduced to two very instrumental members of the Sun-Earth Day webcast team. Senior Scientist and Cohost, Paul Doherty, describes what it is like to witness a total solar eclipse. Our Video Systems Coordinator fills us in on the telescopes that will be used to capture the eclipse and how those moments will be streamed to you LIV […]
Are you ready for Totality? In Podcast#7 you will here comments from the Mayor of Side, Turkey, followed by reMarks from a variety of Eclipse Chasers. The last 5 minutes of the Podcast is the unedited and uninterrupted reaction of the thousands of people experience the Total Solar Eclipse under a veil of darkness!
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).
Preparing for the Nov 8, 2006 transit of Mercury across the disk of the Sun. Lou Mayo describes the nature and history of such transits. Sten Odenwald talks about Sun-Earth Day's Technology through Time essay series.
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Holmes Rolston, III Early Career Essay Prize Invitation for submission of papers on all aspects of environmental philosophy. A prize of $500 will be awarded to the winning essay. Deadline for submissions: 15 April 2017. The International Society for Environmental … Continue reading →
Reading retreat in Umbria on restoration and rewilding Monte Castello di Vibio, Umbria, Italy. June 11th to 21st 2017. Applications are currently being sought for participants interested in ten days of reading and discussion on restoration and rewilding. This retreat … Continue reading →
Call for papers for a Special Issue of Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities “Imagining Alternatives” Deadline: June 1, 2017 From Afrofuturism to dystopian, apocalyptic fiction to alternate history to ecofeminism and cli-fi, authors of speculative fictions have been … Continue reading →