What’s happened to Earth in the Anthropocene age – and what does the future hold? Find out from astrobiologist David Grinspoon, journalist Andrew Revkin, and Chuck Nice. Now extended with Chuck and Bill Nye answering Cosmic Queries about climate change.
It’s time to party, All-Stars style. Join Neil deGrasse Tyson, comic co-host Chuck Nice, astronaut Mike Massimino, and Dr. FunkySpoon as they kick back and enjoy the sights and sounds of the universe from the “Leap Into Launch” party.
Pack your bags because StarTalk All-Stars Live! is taking you on a trip to another world. Part 1 features Bill Nye, Eugene Mirman, former NASA Deputy Administrator Dava Newman, astrobiologist David Grinspoon, and comedians Jo Firestone and Hari Kondabolu.
David Grinspoon and Chuck Nice take on cosmic queries about astrobiology submitted by eighth grade students at the Arroyo Vista Charter School. Their teacher, Daniel Peluso, is on hand to discuss getting kids excited about science.
Curious about what’s happened to Earth in the Anthropocene age – and what’s going to happen in the future? Find out from our host, astrobiologist David Grinspoon, author of “Earth in Human Hands,” science journalist Andrew Revkin, and co-host Chuck Nice.
Astrobiologist David Grinspoon and his guest, Hugo Award-winning sci-fi author and scientist David Brin weigh the pros and cons of attempting to contact extraterrestrials. Plus, Chuck Nice asks the pair Cosmic Queries about what we’ll do if aliens find us.
Astrobiologist David Grinspoon and his guest, Carter Emmart, take us behind the scenes to see how Carter creates a virtual “Google Map” of our universe. Plus, Chuck Nice asks them Cosmic Queries about black holes, the Big Bang, and Star Trek’s holodeck.
Astrobiologist Dr. David Grinspoon and Leighann Lord answer questions from fans about Venus. NEW: 13-minute “Venusian Update” from Dr. FunkySpoon and Chuck Nice about Japan’s “never say die” Akatsuki orbiter and future US missions to our “Evil Twin.”
Planetary scientist Dr. David Grinspoon answers questions about the human impact on Earth during the Anthropocene Era. Now updated with 13 minutes of Dr. FunkySpoon and Chuck Nice discussing why we must evolve from Homo Sapiens into Terra Sapiens.