Scientists from the Space Sciences Department at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science take you "behind the stories," using the best images and animation available to help understand the latest developments.
March 2019 - Naomi Pequette is our host for the evening.
She starts with two stories about the ISS. The first is a look at SpaceX's Crew Dragon Demo - 1 flight and the second focuses on ISS spacewalks and the spacesuits the astronauts use.
Her next two stories are about the Earth's Moon. She brings us an overview of China's Chang'e 4 mission to the far side of the moon. Then she looks at upcoming events for the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11's moon landing as well as NASA's recent announcment about the selection of nine teams to study lunar samples that have been sealed for almost 50 years.
Next, she bgins us up to date on two Mars missions - Opportunity rover and InSight lander.
Naomi's final two stories look beyond out solar system with exciting exoplanet news and a look at the Orion constellation in the night sky.
Naomi Pequette - SpaceX Dragon Demo-1 Flight Test
Runtime - 6:06
Naomi Pequette - ISS Spacewalk
Runtime - 8:20
Naomi Pequette - Chang'e 4
Runtime - 3:11
Naomi Pequette - 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11th
Runtime - 3:28
Naomi Pequette - Mars mission updates
Runtime - 10:09
Naomi Pequette - Exoplanet News
Runtime - 11:04
Naomi Pequette - Constellation Orion
Runtime - 1:52
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