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Alan Stern Says It’s Time for Suborbital Science

Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science

An experiment rode next to Richard Branson when he rocketed to the edge of space on Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo last month. Planetary scientist Alan Stern says we’ve begun a new era of affordable space research thanks to this vehicle and Blue Origin’s New Shepard. Alan also delivers an update on the New Horizons mission, including a new, definitive collection of everything we’ve learned about Pluto. Then it’s Olympic gold for Bruce Betts in our weekly What’s Up segment. Discover more at https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/alan-stern-suborbital-science-new-horizons-updateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

46mins

4 Aug 2021

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Life’s Tough, but Alan Stern is TOUGHER… This Planetary Scientist Realized His Boyhood Dream!

Life’s Tough, Explorers Are TOUGHER!

He was seven years old when he knew he wanted to be a scientist or an engineer. So he focused his school studies on the subjects that would support that career choice.  Now, he wishes he’d spent a little more time on English and History. He didn’t realize as a scientist how much writing he would have to do.   In a recent interview, Alan Stern sat down and talked with our host, Richard Wiese, for the Explorers podcast. We learned about the journey he took to become a scientist and some highlights and disappointments along the way.  Alan worked as a door-to-door encyclopedia salesman between his Freshman and Sophomore years at college.  He learned the art of selling, which helped him pitch ideas later in life.  Once he finally completed his college years, he took a job in Colorado in a big scientific lab and found his calling.    He was off to a rough start, being put in charge of the satellite being carried into space by the Challenger, which was obviously destroyed during that ill-fated expedition.  These days, Alan works on multiple missions concurrently to take place in deep space.  He regards space exploration as a kind of gateway drug to STEM careers.  He observes that kids are always keenly interested in dinosaurs and space… and that the dinosaurs always lose to space!   His bucket list is simple.  He wants to go into space… a lot!  He wants to be able to work in space as a researcher.  To learn more about Planetary Scientist and Space Explorer Alan Stern, visit his website. To hear about other explorers, join us for new episodes of Life’s Tough: Explorers are TOUGHER! !At https://www.lifestough.com/podcast/explorers/.  Richard Wiese, the host of this podcast, is an American explorer. He is the author of the guidebook, Born to Explore: How to Be a Backyard Adventurer. He became the youngest person to become president of the Explorers Club in 2002. Richard is also Executive Producer and Host of the PBS weekly television series Born to Explore with Richard Wiese. 

31mins

1 Jul 2021

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Dialect Coach David Alan Stern discusses How to Learn Accents and Teach with Motivation Ep. 130

Inspiring Teachers

His coaching in the arts of dialect and accents have instructed, entertained, and enlightened us all. Dr. David Alan Stern was one of my first radio guests in 2009. David Alan Stern is the best dialect coach in the United States. At LearnAccent.com, David Alan Stern offers techniques for learning accents, voice and speech improvement, reducing regional accents, and a whole lot more Between 1979 and today his acting and accent audio books have been used for training professionals around the world, and he is absolutely an inspiring teacher. With systematic lessons for each accent, not just imitation, you really can learn. In our conversation, I am joined by English teacher Joshua Cauley, for a well-rounded discussion on wy accents matter, how they have originated, and how our speaking affects our students. David is an astounding educator because he seeks to teach in a dynamic and fun way that makes learning easier for his students. I discovered hum while checking audiobooks out at the library in my college days, and was instantly magnetized to his fun personality and his unmatched skill in teaching dialects and accents to any audience. He has coached thousands of language and accent learners, as well as actors such as Liam Neeson, Geena Davis, and Julia Roberts, and even a younger version of myself practicing for radio performances. I highly recommend his audio books, resources, and his teaching sessions as well. His students at the University of Connecticut are extremely fortunate to have the preeminent leader in dialect and accent teacher in the world. David Alan Stern, PhD - Professor Emeritus of Dramatic Arts - University of Connecticut www.LearnAccent.com Questions for our next episode or guest ideas? Write us! inspiringteachershow@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @InspiringTeacherShow Questions for our next episode or guest ideas? Write us! inspiringteachershow@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @InspiringTeacherShow Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/inspiring-teachers/id1442182731?mt=2 Questions for our next episode or guest ideas? Write us! inspiringteachershow@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @InspiringTeacherShow Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/inspiring-teachers/id1442182731?mt=2 Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast new album "Lime Light" on Bandcamp  (pay what you want! Support a teacher's dream!) This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to get your students up and moving in the classroom? Get out of the Sit and Get rut of teaching by checking out AmpedUpLearning.com, a 2 teacher owned and operated company in Texas that is looking to gamify teaching with creative new activities for the classroom.  From their FRECK! resources and Escape Rooms for Social Studies and Science to SPEED Squares and task cards for Math and English they have TONS of teacher created resources...and don't forget to check out their apparel designed specifically for teachers.  Use code HAUGERHISTORY10 to save 10% on all items and follow them on social media @AmpedUpLearning for their monthly giveaways of Amazon giftcards, lessons and apparel. Start your podcast today with a free trial here from Podbean.com and support our show!  Hauger History Store on AmpedUpLearning!

40mins

13 Feb 2021

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Episode 180: The Business Comes Last, the People come First- Including You- Alan Stern

The Nifty Thrifty Dentists

NOTES A lot of people don’t understand the value of dentistry is in what they do with their patients Dentists often lose the fact that they change lives in a way no other professional does Understanding failure can shape and better you for your planned future is important to your mindset. Don’t think of yourself as inferior to others because you have flaws, know who you are, and don’t try to mimic others Put your attention on what really matters to you, practice the things you wish to practice, and base your goals around it Be who you are and know the lifestyle others have may not be the one you want Your practice is all about your patients and staff, the more you prioritize them and make them happier, the more your practice will thrive Make sure that everyone is on the same page, if your team isn’t coordinating, you could cause harm to the mentality of your staff or patients Make sure that everyone is working with you and not just for you Listen actively to your team, and use empathy with them  Hire for the potential in people, their personality, and hire for people you and the rest of your team can work with Money doesn’t mean anything if you aren’t happy Accept people for who they are and show them that you appreciate them LINKS Website: https://betterricherstronger.com/ CONTACTS Phone Number: (732) 493-8030 Email: BetterRicherStronger@gmail.com

1hr

10 Feb 2021

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Weekly Space Hangout: January 6, 2021 – Dr. Alan Stern and What's On the Horizon for New Horizons?

Weekly Space Hangout

This week we are excited to welcome Dr. Alan Stern, Principal Investigator from the New Horizons Mission, back to the WSH. In October, it was announced that Alan will be the first NASA-funded commercial space crewmember aboard a Virgin Galactic suborbital space mission. The flight is expected to take place in 2022; there he will perform astronomical and space physiology experiments. Alan is a planetary scientist, space program executive, aerospace consultant, and author. He leads NASA’s New Horizons mission to the Pluto system and the Kuiper Belt. In both 2007 and 2016, he was named to the Time 100. In 2007, he was appointed NASA’s chief of all science missions. Since 2009, he has been an Associate Vice President and Special Assistant to the President at the Southwest Research Institute. Additionally, from 2008-2012 he served on the board of directors of the Challenger Center for Space Science Education, and as the Chief Scientist and Mission Architect for Moon Express from 2010-2013. From 2011- 2013, he served as the Director of the Florida Space Institute. Alan's career has taken him to numerous astronomical observatories, to the South Pole, and to the upper atmosphere aboard various high performance NASA aircraft including F/A-18 Hornets, F-104 Starfighters, KC-135 Zero-G, and WB-57 Canberras. He has been involved as a researcher in 24 suborbital, orbital, and planetary space missions, including 9 for which he was the mission principle investigator; and he has led the development of 8 scientific instruments for NASA space missions. In 1995, he was selected as a space shuttle mission specialist finalist, and in 1996 he was a candidate space shuttle payload specialist. In 2010, he became a suborbital payload specialist trainee, and is expected to fly several space missions aboard XCOR and Virgin Galactic vehicles in 2016-2017. Before receiving his doctorate from the University of Colorado in 1989, Alan completed twin master's degrees in aerospace engineering and atmospheric sciences (1980 and 1981), and then spent six years as an aerospace systems engineer, concentrating on spacecraft and payload systems at the NASA Johnson Space Center, Martin Marietta Aerospace, and the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado. His two undergraduate degrees are in physics and astronomy from the University of Texas (1978 and 1980). His academic research has focused on studies of our solar system's Kuiper Belt and Oort cloud, comets, the satellites of the outer planets, the Pluto system, and the search for evidence of solar systems around other stars. He has also worked on spacecraft rendezvous theory, terrestrial polar mesospheric clouds, galactic astrophysics, and studies of tenuous satellite atmospheres, including the atmosphere of the moon. Alan is a fellow of the AAAS, the Royal Astronomical Society, and is a member of the AIAA, AAS, IAF, and the AGU; he was elected incoming chair of the Division of Planetary Sciences in 2006. He has been awarded the Von Braun Aerospace Achievement Award of the National Space Society, the 2007 University of Colorado George Norlin Distinguished Alumnus Award, the 2009 St. Mark’s Preparatory School Distinguished Alumnus Award, Smithsonian Magazine’s 2015 American Ingenuity Award, and the 2016 Sagan Memorial Award of the American Astronautical Society. In his free time, Alan enjoys running, hiking, camping, and writing. He is an instrument-rated commercial pilot and flight instructor, with both powered and sailplane ratings. He and his wife Carole have two daughters and a son; they make their home near Boulder, Colorado. You can learn more about Alan and stay up to date with him by visiting his website: https://alanstern.space/ You can stay up to date with New Horizons by visiting the Mission's Webpage: http://pluto.jhuapl.edu/ ****** The Weekly Space Hangout is a production of CosmoQuest. Want to support CosmoQuest? Here are some specific ways you can help: ► Subscribe FREE to our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/cosmoquest ► Subscribe to our podcasts Astronomy Cast and Daily Space where ever you get your podcasts! ► Watch our streams over on Twitch at https://www.twitch.tv/cosmoquestx – follow and subscribe! ► Become a Patreon of CosmoQuest https://www.patreon.com/cosmoquestx ► Become a Patreon of Astronomy Cast https://www.patreon.com/astronomycast ► Buy stuff from our Redbubble https://www.redbubble.com/people/cosmoquestx ► Join our Discord server for CosmoQuest - https://discord.gg/X8rw4vv ► Join the Weekly Space Hangout Crew! - http://www.wshcrew.space/ Don't forget to like and subscribe! Plus we love being shared out to new people, so tweet, comment, review us... all the free things you can do to help bring science into people's lives.

54mins

9 Jan 2021

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Weekly Space Hangout - Dr. Alan Stern: What’s On The Horizon For New Horizons

The 365 Days of Astronomy

https://youtu.be/skzxLaYkiGQ Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )Special Guest: This week we are excited to welcome Dr. Alan Stern, Principal Investigator from the New Horizons Mission, back to the WSH. In October, it was announced that Alan will be the first NASA-funded commercial space crewmember aboard a Virgin Galactic suborbital space mission. The flight is expected to take place in 2022; there he will perform astronomical and space physiology experiments. Alan is a planetary scientist, space program executive, aerospace consultant, and author. He leads NASA’s New Horizons mission to the Pluto system and the Kuiper Belt. In both 2007 and 2016, he was named to the Time 100. In 2007, he was appointed NASA’s chief of all science missions. Since 2009, he has been an Associate Vice President and Special Assistant to the President at the Southwest Research Institute. Additionally, from 2008-2012 he served on the board of directors of the Challenger Center for Space Science Education, and as the Chief Scientist and Mission Architect for Moon Express from 2010-2013. From 2011- 2013, he served as the Director of the Florida Space Institute. Alan's career has taken him to numerous astronomical observatories, to the South Pole, and to the upper atmosphere aboard various high performance NASA aircraft including F/A-18 Hornets, F-104 Starfighters, KC-135 Zero-G, and WB-57 Canberras. He has been involved as a researcher in 24 suborbital, orbital, and planetary space missions, including 9 for which he was the mission principle investigator; and he has led the development of 8 scientific instruments for NASA space missions. In 1995, he was selected as a space shuttle mission specialist finalist, and in 1996 he was a candidate space shuttle payload specialist. In 2010, he became a suborbital payload specialist trainee, and is expected to fly several space missions aboard XCOR and Virgin Galactic vehicles in 2016-2017. Before receiving his doctorate from the University of Colorado in 1989, Alan completed twin master's degrees in aerospace engineering and atmospheric sciences (1980 and 1981), and then spent six years as an aerospace systems engineer, concentrating on spacecraft and payload systems at the NASA Johnson Space Center, Martin Marietta Aerospace, and the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado. His two undergraduate degrees are in physics and astronomy from the University of Texas (1978 and 1980). His academic research has focused on studies of our solar system's Kuiper Belt and Oort cloud, comets, the satellites of the outer planets, the Pluto system, and the search for evidence of solar systems around other stars. He has also worked on spacecraft rendezvous theory, terrestrial polar mesospheric clouds, galactic astrophysics, and studies of tenuous satellite atmospheres, including the atmosphere of the moon. Alan is a fellow of the AAAS, the Royal Astronomical Society, and is a member of the AIAA, AAS, IAF, and the AGU; he was elected incoming chair of the Division of Planetary Sciences in 2006. He has been awarded the Von Braun Aerospace Achievement Award of the National Space Society, the 2007 University of Colorado George Norlin Distinguished Alumnus Award, the 2009 St. Mark’s Preparatory School Distinguished Alumnus Award, Smithsonian Magazine’s 2015 American Ingenuity Award, and the 2016 Sagan Memorial Award of the American Astronautical Society. In his free time, Alan enjoys running, hiking, camping, and writing. He is an instrument-rated commercial pilot and flight instructor, with both powered and sailplane ratings. He and his wife Carole have two daughters and a son; they make their home near Boulder, Colorado. You can learn more about Alan and stay up to date with him by visiting his website: https://alanstern.space/ You can stay up to date with New Horizons by visiting the Mission's Webpage: http://pluto.jhuapl.edu/ Regular Guests: Dave Dickinson ( http://astroguyz.com/ & @Astroguyz ) Michael Rodruck ( https://sites.psu.edu/mrodruck/ / @MichaelRodruck ) Beth Johnson - SETI Institute ( @SETIInstitute / @planetarypan ) This week's stories: - The first detection of a built-in wobble on another planet. - Astronomers improve the distance scale to the Universe. - Japan planning to launch a wooden satellite. We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://astrogear.spreadshirt.com/ for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by Astrosphere New Media. http://www.astrosphere.org/ Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.

1hr 2mins

8 Jan 2021

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149. Planetary Scientist Alan Stern talks Virgin Galactic, New Horizons & Pluto

Your Online Coffee Break

Planetary scientist Dr. Alan Stern has been chosen to be the first to conduct NASA-funded science experiments while flying aboard a commercial spacecraft. In this interview Dr. Stern discusses the experiments he will perform aboard Virgin Galactic’s “SpaceShipTwo” on a suborbital mission from the Spaceport America launch site in New Mexico. He also discusses software upgrades coming to the New Horizons spacecraft in 2021, and as a proponent of Pluto, explains why it should be considered the ninth planet in our solar system. About Dr. Alan Stern Alan Stern, the planetary scientist who led NASA's New Horizons mission, which successfully explored the Pluto system and is now exploring the Kuiper Belt, the farthest exploration in the history of humankind, spoke at Purdue as part of the Ideas Festival lecture series. (Purdue University/ Mark Simons) Dr. Alan Stern is a planetary scientist, space program executive, aerospace consultant, author, and avid public speaker. Since 2001 he has led NASA’s $880M New Horizons mission that successfully explored the Pluto system and is now exploring the Kuiper Belt—the farthest exploration in the history of humankind. In 2018, he was named by the Administration to a six yearlong term to the U.S. National Science Board. In both 2007 and 2016, he was named to the Time 100 list. In 2020, NASA selected Dr. Stern to fly as an experimenter on a commercial suborbital spaceflight aboard Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShip2. Since 2009, Dr. Stern has been an Associate Vice President and Special Assistant to the President at the Southwest Research Institute. Additionally, from 2008-2012 he served on the board of directors of the Challenger Center for Space Science Education, and as the Chief Scientist and Mission Architect for Moon Express from 2010-2013. From 2011-2013 he served as the Director of the Florida Space Institute. Dr. Stern serves as the Chief Science Officer of World View, a near-space ballooning company that he is co-founder of. In 2016 and again in 2017 he was elected to be the Board Chairman of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation. Dr. Stern is also on the advisory board of Lowell Observatory. Dr. Stern also maintains his own aerospace consulting practice. His current and former consulting clients include Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin, Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic, Naveen Jain’s Moon Express Google Lunar X-Prize team, Ball Aerospace, Paragon Space Development Corporation, the NASTAR Center, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, and the Johns Hopkins University. His career has taken him to numerous astronomical observatories, to the South Pole, and to the upper atmosphere aboard various high performance NASA aircraft including F/A-18 Hornets, F-104 Starfighters, KC-135 Zero-G, and WB-57 Canberras. He has been involved as a researcher in 29 suborbital, orbital, and planetary space missions, including 14 for which he was a principle investigator; and he has led the development of 8 scientific instruments for NASA space missions. In 1995, he was selected as a Space Shuttle Mission Specialist finalist, and in 1996 he was a candidate Space Shuttle Payload Specialist. In 2010, he became a suborbital payload specialist trainee, and is expected to fly several suborbital space missions aboard Virgin Galactic vehicles in 2019-2020. About SwRI Institute aerial as of September 26, 2014.greened grounds November 14, 2014Contact: Scott FunkShot by: Red Wing Aerials Southwest Research Institute is a premier independent, nonprofit research and development organization using multidisciplinary services to provide solutions to some of the world’s most challenging scientific and engineering problems. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, our client-focused, client-funded organization occupies more than 1,500 acres, providing more than 2.3 million square feet of laboratories, test facilities, workshops, and offices for approximately 3,000 employees who perform contract work for government and industry clients. For more information, visit https://www.swri.org/ BE A PART OF OUR PROGRAM – TELL US ABOUT YOUR SPACE JOURNEY! Do you have a fascinating story about how you got passionate about astronomy and/or space exploration? We'd love to hear it! Tell us about your space journey and we may feature your story in an upcoming episode alongside our main guest interview. Just leave us a voicemail (less than 2 minutes long please) at 1-317-862-4700, or email an audio or video clip to us at info@yourspacejourney.com. Be sure to include your name and tell us how space inspires you and what you're most excited about for the future of space exploration! SHARE THE LOVE! 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21mins

24 Nov 2020

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31. Planetary Scientist Alan Stern Heading to Space Aboard Virgin Galactic

Your Space Journey

Planetary scientist Dr. Alan Stern has been chosen to be the first to conduct NASA-funded science experiments while flying aboard a commercial spacecraft. In this interview Dr. Stern discusses the experiments he will perform aboard Virgin Galactic’s “SpaceShipTwo” on a suborbital mission from the Spaceport America launch site in New Mexico. He also discusses software upgrades coming to the New Horizons spacecraft in 2021, and as a proponent of Pluto, explains why it should be considered the ninth planet in our solar system.About Dr. Alan Stern Dr. Alan Stern is a planetary scientist, space program executive, aerospace consultant, author, and avid public speaker. Since 2001 he has led NASA’s $880M New Horizons mission that successfully explored the Pluto system and is now exploring the Kuiper Belt—the farthest exploration in the history of humankind. In 2018, he was named by the Administration to a six yearlong term to the U.S. National Science Board. In both 2007 and 2016, he was named to the Time 100 list. In 2020, NASA selected Dr. Stern to fly as an experimenter on a commercial suborbital spaceflight aboard Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShip2.Since 2009, Dr. Stern has been an Associate Vice President and Special Assistant to the President at the Southwest Research Institute. Additionally, from 2008-2012 he served on the board of directors of the Challenger Center for Space Science Education, and as the Chief Scientist and Mission Architect for Moon Express from 2010-2013. From 2011-2013 he served as the Director of the Florida Space Institute. Dr. Stern serves as the Chief Science Officer of World View, a near-space ballooning company that he is co-founder of. In 2016 and again in 2017 he was elected to be the Board Chairman of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation. Dr. Stern is also on the advisory board of Lowell Observatory. Dr. Alan Stern also maintains his own aerospace consulting practice. His current and former consulting clients include Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin, Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic, Naveen Jain’s Moon Express Google Lunar X-Prize team, Ball Aerospace, Paragon Space Development Corporation, the NASTAR Center, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, and the Johns Hopkins University. His career has taken him to numerous astronomical observatories, to the South Pole, and to the upper atmosphere aboard various high performance NASA aircraft including F/A-18 Hornets, F-104 Starfighters, KC-135 Zero-G, and WB-57 Canberras. He has been involved as a researcher in 29 suborbital, orbital, and planetary space missions, including 14 for which he was a principle investigator; and he has led the development of 8 scientific instruments for NASA space missions. In 1995, he was selected as a Space Shuttle Mission Specialist finalist, and in 1996 he was a candidate Space Shuttle Payload Specialist. In 2010, he became a suborbital payload specialist trainee, and is expected to fly several suborbital space missions aboard Virgin Galactic vehicles in 2019-2020. About SwRI Southwest Research Institute is a premier independent, nonprofit research and development organization using multidisciplinary services to provide solutions to some of the world’s most challenging scientific and engineering problems. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, our client-focused, client-funded organization occupies more than 1,500 acres, providing more than 2.3 million square feet of laboratories, test facilities, workshops, and offices for approximately 3,000 employees who perform contract work for government and industry clients.For more info, visit swri.orgPLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS! Please rate us on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast application or like/comment at YouTube. We’d appreciate it if you’d share our program with a friend and/or subscribe. If you wish you may also support our programs at https://www.patreon.com/yourspacejourney WANT TO BE A PART OF OUR PROGRAM? TELL US ABOUT YOUR SPACE JOURNEY! Do you have a fascinating story about how you got passionate about astronomy and/or space exploration? We’d love to hear it! Tell us about your space journey and we may feature your story in an upcoming episode alongside our main guest interview. Just leave us a voicemail (less than 2 minutes long please) at 1-317-862-4700, or email an audio or video clip to us at info@yourspacejourney.com. Be sure to include your name and tell us what drew you to space and what you’re most excited about for the future of space exploration!

21mins

24 Nov 2020

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Conflict Resolution and Avoidance - In the Pink Seat with Angela Mulrooney and Alan Stern

In The Pink Seat with Dr. Angela Mulrooney

As a leader, how do you build resilience in a crisis? Joining Dr. Angela Mulrooney today is Dr. Alan Stern, sharing his advice on how to resolve conflict and build a culture of care.

33mins

4 Sep 2020

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To Pluto and Beyond with Alan Stern

Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science

It has been 5 years since the New Horizons probe revealed beautiful, surprising Pluto, and 18 months since it showed us the odd little body now known as Arrokoth. Principal Investigator Alan Stern shares the latest science, and tells us what the spacecraft is up to now as it races toward the edge of our solar system. Have you seen the new comet? Bruce Betts tells you where and how to look in this week’s What’s Up. Learn more at https://www.planetary.org/multimedia/planetary-radio/show/2020/0708-2020-alan-stern-new-horizons.htmlSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

52mins

8 Jul 2020

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