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This Weeks Space Related Vidcasts December 22, 2007

Posted by John Tintle (MtO deadbait) in Vidcast.
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Well I am going to try to add this feature every week. So here is a list of vidcast episodes updated this week.

NASA Glen Research Facilitiesxml podcast icon
Space Power Facility
– View an in-depth video about the world’s largest space simulation chamber (8 min.)

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10’x10′ Supersonic Wind Tunnel - View an in-depth video about the capabilities of this premier research wind tunnel (6 min.)

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Research Combustion Laboratory – View an in-depth video about the propulsion research capabilities of the RCL (10 min.)

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Electric Propulsion Laboratory – View an in-depth video about the space research capabilities of the EPL (8 min.)

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New Phenomena on the Sun – Video podcast of the NASA TV broadcast of the event on March 21, 2007. This video shows the latest footage we have captured of the suns magnetic field.

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What is a Planet? – This is the final version of the “What Is A Planet?” animation which visually describes the definition of a planet as outlined by the IAU ruling in August, 2006.

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NASA TV’s This Week @NASA, Week Ending Dec. 21 – A review of all the happenings at NASA this Week.

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Beyond the Light: Dark Matter – The cosmic ocean twinkles and transforms with the birth of stars and their explosive demise into supernovas.

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How to Observe the Ursids Meteor Shower – A meteor shower occurs when small pieces of comet dust collide with the Earth’s atmosphere.

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