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Big Picture Science

Image of an Astronaut on the Moon.

This week on Big Picture Science: “Nailing the moon landing.”

Neil, Buzz, and Michael made it look effortless, but the moon landing was neither easy nor inevitable.  Soon after President Kennedy publicly stated the goal of sending Americans to the moon, NASA confessed that the chances of success were only about 50-50.   But on July 20, 1969, despite dauntin

Big Picture Science Continues to Reach New Audiences

Big Picture Science, the SETI Institute’s weekly science radio show and podcast, continues to gain new listeners in both new public radio broadcast station partners and podcast downloa
Molly and Seth

Big Picture Science Featured in the Washington Post for its Great Science Storytelling

Big Picture Science is known for storytelling that not only promotes interesting, timely, and important science, but also exposing pseudoscience that so frequently garners big headlines and public attention.
Emma Bentley on SOFIA

The Coolest Party - A Night Flight on NASA's SOFIA

If, instead of asking an astronomer “how are stars born?”, you ask about where the coolest party is, the answer might surprise you. These get-togethers are thousands of light-years away in dusty nebulae, and require a special type of observatory to see what’s going on.