Neil Tyson explores the craft of getting people excited about science with legendary actor and award-winning science communicator Alan Alda, co-host Matt Kirshen, neuroscientist Heather Berlin, primatologist Natalia Reagan, and Bill Nye the Science Guy.
Astronomer Emily Rice and comic co-host Chuck Nice answer a molecular mix of fan-submitted Cosmic Queries including questions on spacetime, asteroids hitting the Moon and the Earth, science literacy, and what a typical day looks like for an astrophysicist.
Discover how the stars have guided some of our greatest adventures as Neil deGrasse Tyson, co-host Maeve Higgins, Native Hawaiian navigator Nainoa Thompson, navigation expert Frank Reed, author Dava Sobel, and Natalia Reagan explore the science of celestial navigation.
Get smarter about the Mars InSight mission and Martian exploration as cosmochemist and host Natalie Starkey, comic co-host Mo Welch, and JPL Systems Engineer Farah Alibay answer fan-submitted Cosmic Queries about the Red Planet.
Dive deep into oceans terrestrial and celestial as Neil deGrasse Tyson chats with oceanographer Sylvia Earle, aquanaut Fabien Cousteau, co-host Scott Adsit, ocean conservationist Laure Katz, actor/environmentalist Adrian Grenier, and submarine pilot Erika Bergman.
Re-visit our intense discussion on climate change and how it impacts humans and social systems with host and SETI Institute Senior Astronomer Seth Shostak, comic co-host Eugene Mirman, and Ken Caldeira, climate scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science.
Bill Nye the Science Guy is back to delve into one of his favorite topics of discussion: climate change. Joined by co-host Chuck Nice and Kate Marvel, an Associate Research Scientist at NASA GISS and Columbia University, Bill and company answer fan’s Cosmic Queries about our changing climate.
This week, Chuck Nice asks Neil deGrasse Tyson fan-submitted questions on a range of topics we couldn’t answer in other episodes. Now extended with a session of “Neil’d It” – where Neil and Chuck comb Internet comments to see if the science is right. (Adult Language).
Explore the cosmic evolution of all things including symbiogenesis, the geopolitical state, the Gaia hypothesis, and more, featuring astrobiologist David Grinspoon, comic co-host Chuck Nice, and biologist and author Tyler Volk.
We’re kicking off Season 3 of StarTalk All-Stars with none other than Bill Nye the Science Guy, comic co-host Chuck Nice, and climate scientist Kate Marvel as they explore the changing climate around us.
Earth’s climate crisis, Titan’s ice volcanos, Venus’ runaway greenhouse effect, and more. David Grinspoon, Chuck Nice, and former Chief Scientist at NASA Ellen Stofan are here to discuss what we can learn about our own home by studying our neighbors.
Find out what we know about TRAPPIST-1, the recently discovered red dwarf star with 7 Earth-sized exoplanets. Astrophysicist Emily Rice hosts, with co-host Chuck Nice, and their guest, David Kipping, Assistant Professor of Astronomy at Columbia University.