Posted on · Episode: 2781 While water seeks its own level, it sometimes fools us. Today, water’s own level.
Posted on · Episode: 2638 Artificial Gravity for Human Spaceflight; What is Gained, What is Lost. Today, astronaut Michael Barratt discusses the pros and cons of artificial gravity.
Posted on · Answering the all-important questions over our place in the universe.
Posted on · Episode: 2229 Hurdles that children must leap to learn science. Today, children and science.
Posted on · Episode: 2195 Earth, Moon, and their inertial dance through the Heavens. Today, we keep track of the moon.
Posted on · What appears to be a feat actually requires almost no muscle effort from the bird. The researchers found even a dead flamingo's body will fall into a stable one-leg balance if positioned vertically.
Posted on · Many sci-fi classics and clunkers alike have tried to accurately portray the experience of being in outer space. The latest to try to bring that experience to life is the film Gravity, which premieres in Houston theaters today. Space City is especially sensitive to how space exploration is presented on screen. We talk about some […]
Posted on · While weâre a month away from a local election, including a mayoral race, many political eyes are transfixed on Election Day 2014. Thatâs when a gubernatorial election will be held to replace incumbent Rick Perry, who previously announced he will not seek another term in office. The plot thickened Thursday, when State Senator Wendy Davis […]