Dr. Jim Green, NASA Chief Scientist, takes you on a guided tour of the solar system and beyond.
Gravity Assist: Black Hole Mysteries, with Jeremy Schnittman
What is a black hole? How do we study them when we can’t see them? Astrophysicist Jeremy Schnittman from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center joins NASA Chief Scientist Jim Green for a fascinating conversation about the latest black hole research.
Gravity Assist: Season 5 Trailer – What’s Your Gravity Assist?
Go behind the scenes at NASA with Chief Scientist Jim Green in the Gravity Assist podcast.
Gravity Assist: Driving on Mars, with rover driver Sophia Mitchell
What does it take to drive a rover that’s more than 100 million miles away? Sophia Mitchell at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has been driving the Mars Curiosity rover since 2018.
Gravity Assist: Your Questions About Life Out There and Down Here
Why don’t we go live on Saturn’s moon Titan? What would it mean if we found life elsewhere? How did life get its start on Earth? NASA’s chief scientist Jim Green and astrobiologist Lindsay Hays discuss these and other audience questions from social media.
Gravity Assist: The Bright Spot of the Asteroid Belt, with Britney Schmidt
Between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter is a mysterious dwarf planet called Ceres. Its surface is dark and muddy, but has hundreds of patches of bright material.
Gravity Assist: Set Sail for Europa, with Bob Pappalardo
NASA’s Europa Clipper mission will give us the most detailed look yet at Jupiter’s extraordinary moon Europa.
The best by one of the best, a must listen
You don’t tug on superman’s cape. You don’t spit into the wind.
You don't pull the mask off that old Lone Ranger
And you don't mess around with Jim
Join Big Jim Green as he explains all the wonders of our sola system and more
5 of the greatest stars in our observable universe to you sir.....
The best by one of the best, a must listen.
Could be the best.BUT...
Could be great if only it didn’t have that synth drone thro ALL of it! Your guest speakers say great stuff..they don’t need that. I can’t listen to this podcast because of that corny synth. Is it supposed to make me feel ‘spacey’ or something?
I’m worried about the moon core temperature because cold iron would be magnetic and the moon orbits inside earths magnetic field. the moon core might have cooled a bit since the Apollo era? 🤔🤒😧