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    The Drake Equation and the Search for Extraterrestrial Civilizations Presented Online
    Available starting September 8, 2022

    Are we alone in the universe? Frank Drake developed a method to account for the likelihood of other intelligent civilizations in the Milky Way Galaxy. Learn about the Drake Equation and the science behind it in this student-friendly episode of STEM in 30.  

    Topics: Astronomy Science Exoplanets
    Unexpected Careers in Aerospace Presented Online
    Available starting May 5, 2022

    No matter what your interests, there is a job for you in the aerospace industry. Follow along as we look at the diverse jobs you could one day have.

    Somewhere Over the Rainbow: The Science and Flight of the Wizard of Oz Presented Online
    Available starting April 7, 2022

    Explore some of the more fanciful parts of the popular story and dive deep into tornadoes, flying witches, hot air balloons and — what about those flying monkeys?

    Searching for Amelia Presented Online
    Available starting March 3, 2022

    Learn about Amelia Earhart's achievements, the continuing mystery of her disappearance, and the women who have been inspired by her.

    Topics: Aviation People Women
    From Hubble to Webb: Observatories in Space Presented Online
    Available starting February 3, 2022

    Discover how space-based observatories like Hubble and the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope expand our understanding of the universe.

    Topics: Observatory Astronomy
    Birds, Bats, Bugs and Brothers: Animals Pave the Way for Human Flight Presented Online
    Available starting December 2, 2021

    Explore the four animal groups that achieved flight that inspired the fifth (humans!) to develop the ability to take to the skies for ourselves.

    Topics: Aviation Technology and Engineering
    Remote Sensing and How It Impacts Your Life Presented Online
    Available starting November 4, 2021

    Learn about remote sensing and explore how you use it every day without even knowing about it.

    Mail Away, Mail Away, Mail Away Presented Online
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    Explore how mail service often fueled the transportation industry to expand and innovate, allowing more people to be connected, and ushered in an era of faster communication.

    Topics: Aviation Aircraft
    At Home Astronomy: How You Can Observe the Night Sky Presented Online
    Watch On Demand

    In this episode of STEM in 30, learn how you can become a night sky observer.

    Topics: Astronomy
    Air & Space Live Chat: Careers Presented Online

    In this live chat, join STEM in 30 in this panel discussion as we explore different career fields in the areospace industry.

    Topics: Society and Culture Technology and Engineering People