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New Pod/Vidcasts from NASA December 29, 2007

Posted by jtintle in Podcasts, Space Fotos, Vidcast.
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NASA TV’s This Week @NASARSS Icon

Week Ending Dec. 28 – A Space Shuttle update, resupply of the International Space Station, flight testing of the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, or SOFIA, Exploration Development Laboratory was dedicated, Global Hawks transferred, photo by NASA photographer Bill Ingalls honored.

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Jet Propulsion Lab Audio and VideoRSS Icon

Explorer 1 — JPL and the Beginnings of the Space Age – JPL designed and built — and, in cooperation with the Army, launched — Explorer 1, the first U.S. satellite and the first spacecraft ever to return scientific data from space.

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2007: An Out-of-This-World Year – 2007 was a year of scientific surprises and major milestones for JPL missions studying Earth, our solar system and distant galaxies.

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83Mb | Screen size: 640×360:
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Video podcast (120Mb):
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Science @ NASA Feature Stories PodcastRSS Icon

SERVIR: NASA lends a hand in Central America – SERVIR’s supercomputer at the Water Center for the Humid Tropics of Latin America and the Caribbean (CATHALAC) in Panama City integrates data from a variety of sources and displays a real-time map of crisis points.

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The Hidden Universe of the Spitzer Space TelescopeRSS Icon

Showcase: The X-Planets – These two extreme planets have set the records for the hottest and windiest known worlds anywhere.
(Running Time: 6:09)

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NASACast VideoRSS Icon

How to Observe the Quadrantids Meteor Shower – Describes ways to watch the Quadrantids Meteor Shower.

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