From today March 3rd to next Saturday, March 10th, share The Space Shot with your friends and family and let me know about it. I've got something fantastic for those of you that share the podcast and let me know you've done so. We're on a mission to share the wonders of space, history, and pop culture, so I've got something that will go along nicely since you're part of the podcasting crew ;)
Thank you for making me part of your daily routine, I appreciate your time and your ears!
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I've also got a call in number that I'm going to be testing here soon, so keep an eye out for that!
Thanks to everyone that's subscribed to the podcast. If you could do me a favor and leave a review for the podcast, I'd appreciate it! If you take a screenshot of your review and send it to @johnmulnix, pretty much anywhere on the Internet, I will send you a Space Shot sticker and a thank you!
Check out Chris's website, dailySTEM. He's got some great content for educators, so be sure to check it out!
Chris and I talked about NASA's social media accounts and here the list of accounts.
Social Media at NASA
Check out this website if you're looking for a great moving wallpaper! There are numerous HD video cameras attached to the ISS that provide incredible views of our home planet.
High Definition Earth-Viewing System- NASA
The hammer and feather drop was mentioned in episode 277. Apollo 15 Commander David Scott dropped a falcon feather and a hammer to show that they accelerate at the same rate. Here's that episode of The Space Shot.
Chelyabinsk and Galileo (Oh, and Q)
Apollo 12 was the mission I was thinking of that had a camera get fried by the Sun. "Shortly after the television camera was removed from its bracket on the LM, transmission was lost when the camera was pointed at the Sun." Oops...
Check out this NASA history article on Apollo 12 and check out episodes 184 and 189 for more on this mission.
Apollo 12- NASA History Article