Posted on April 2nd, 2024

Free for All – NASA’s Curious Universe Podcast Unveils New Sun + Eclipse Series

NASA’s popular Curious Universe podcast is shining a light on our nearest star with a new series dedicated to the Sun and eclipses. The “Sun + Eclipse” series will explore the science behind the Sun, solar activity, and the awe-inspiring eclipses when the Moon passes between the Earth and Sun.

A new NASA podcast is available to delve into the curiosities of the Sun. (Credit: NASA)

Hosted by astrophysicist Dr. Michelle Thaller, the podcast features interviews with leading solar scientists and expert guests. Episodes will dive into topics like the Sun’s role in making life possible on Earth, the dangers of solar storms and flares, and how scientists study the Sun’s mysterious outer atmosphere during total solar eclipses.

The first episode premiered on March 27th, just in time for the Sun’s increased activity as it approaches the peak of its 11-year solar cycle in 2025. Space enthusiasts and science fans can tune in to learn more about our life-giving star and the celestial dance between the Sun, Earth and Moon that produces eclipses.

Katie Nelson
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