ConductScience Podcast: The Solar System – Part I
00:00 – Intro and welcome
00:59 – Factoids
12:19 – How the Moon formed
19:02 – Space exploration
24:43 – Why are Mars and Earth so different?
30:46 – Jupiter: The sculptor of our world
35:47 – Titan, a moon of Saturn
38:06 – Black holes
1:01:28 – Enceladus, the biggest space exploration finding of the 21st century
1:05:57 – Would you go on a one-way trip to Mars?
1:11:00 – Ending and outro
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Join Mitch and Tom this week as they get down with gravity in the first of a two-part topic: the Solar System. The conversation ranges from the newest theories to how the moon formed and how Jupiter sculpted the formation of Earth to the major scientific breakthroughs in recent years concerning black holes and the search for life! Music by: Joakim Karud – https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud.
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