On Triton, Neptune's largest moon, seasons last an average of 40 years, complete with nitrogen snow. Here's how Triton's summer solstice compares to Earth's.
The inverted ribbon cut maneuver is when a pilot flies an aerobatic plane toward a string spanning a runway between two poles held in place by two brave people.
Dale L. White Sr., was a prominent African American pilot, best known for his 1939 "Goodwill Flight" with Chauncey Spencer from Chicago to Washington, DC.
In this edition museum curator Jennifer Levasseur, NASA chief historian Bill Barry, and astronaut Michael López-Alegría discuss the first American spacewalk.
Animals have been a part of aviation and space travel since the very beginning. Hear stories about animals in aerospace including dogs, cats, lions, and bugs all from two VERY special hosts.
This live Q&A was filmed on 11-20-19 as a follow up to the STEM in 30 Episode - Apollo 12: The Shocking Story.
Join Captain Jim Lovell, Commander of Apollo 13 and National Air and Space Museum curator Dr. Teasel Muir-Harmony for a discussion about Apollo 13. This live chat was recorded on April 16th, 2020.
In this edition NASA Astronaut Randy "Komarade" Bresnik discusses the Artemis program which will land the first woman and next man on the Moon, and takes viewer questions.
NASA Astronaut Kjell Lindgren talks with students and answers their questions.
Tune in as we talk to NASA astronauts who launched to the International Space Station on the first operational crewed flight of a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft (Crew-1).
What is an eclipse? When is the next meteor shower? How can I find Jupiter in the night sky? Tune in to hear these questions and more answered!
Have you ever wondered how bees fly? Or what use their honeycomb structures have outside of a bee hive? Join us in conversation with Dr. Holly Walker and Imad Atallan.
Would you like to help humanity's next great leap in the stars? How about work on airplanes? Whatever your interests, you can probably find a role in the aerospace industry.
Join National Air and Space Museum's deputy director, Chris Browne, a graduate of the U.S. Navy's "Top Gun" Fighter Weapon School.
Dr. Luke Sollitt from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Planetary Science Institute answers student questions about exoplanets and the telescopes being used to search for them.
What does diplomacy look like at a human level on the International Space Station where astronauts have to live and work together for extended periods of time? Learn more here!
Dr. Ellen Stofan will answer your questions about her past work as a scientist, current work as a museum director, and her favorite science fiction!
Hear experts discuss Dragonfly, an upcoming mission to Saturn's largest moon- Titan.
In this discussion you can learn how you can combat light pollution and how it impacts the world around us.