Best astrobiology podcasts we could find (Updated May 2017)
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Astrobiology and Space Exploration (Winter 2008)
 
Astrobiology and Space Exploration (Winter 2008)
 
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Big Picture Science
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Big Picture Science weaves together a universe of big ideas – from robots to memory to antimatter to dinosaurs. Tune in and make contact with science. We broadcast and podcast every week. bigpicturescience.org
 
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Space Talk
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Space Talk features discussions on a variety of space related topics from SpaceRef and our partners as well as public domain sources such as NASA. Topics include robotic and manned space exploration, space science, space policy, Mars, Astrobiology and everything in between.
 
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UFO modPod
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This is the UFO modPod–a modern introduction to the UFO phenomenon for a new generation. This bi-weekly podcast is a round table discussion (or is it saucer shaped?) led by a team of UFO journalists and researchers who approach the UFO subject with responsible skepticism and the scientific, journalistic attention it deserves. Join this team each episode as they discuss current UFO stories, revisit the history of the modern UFO era, and visit with special guests as they explore the mysterious ...
 
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SETI Institute Colloquium Series Videos
 
These videos are recorded at the SETI Institute.
 
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The Unseen Podcast
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This is the unscripted, unedited, open participation, Creative Commons spinoff of the Wow! Signal. What to do you want to talk about?
 
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Astronomy 141 - Life in the Universe - Autumn Quarter 2009
 
Astronomy 141, Life in the Universe, is a one-quarter introduction toAstrobiology for non-science majors taught at The Ohio State University.This podcast presents audio recordings of Professor Richard Pogge'slectures from his Autumn Quarter 2009 class. All of the lectures were recorded live in 1005 Smith Laboratory on the OSU Main Campus in Columbus, Ohio.
 
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Publications with Blue Marble Space Institute of Science
 
Interviews with authors of BMSIS peer-reviewed publications
 
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ASU Connections Podcast
Weekly
 
ASU Connections is a conversation with professors and researchers at Arizona State University. Topics include astrophysics, geology, astrobiology, and space sciences discussed with experts in each field.
 
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BLACKOUT with Samantha Scarlette and Eddie Barella is back with a special edition: Contact on idobi. First, model Victoria Edenn reports back with her experience after attending this year’s Contact in the Desert. Side note: she even claims to have seen a UFO at last year’s conference! Then, interviews with Dr. Lynne Kitei (Phoenix Lights) and S ...…
 
A conversation with Brian Glass, Principal Investigator of the Atacama Rover Astrobiology Drilling Studies (ARADS) project at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley.
 
Luoth Chou studies organic geochemistry, microbiology and astrobiology. ​On this episode of The Show About Science, she joins Nate to talk about her research and The March for Science, a series of rallies and marches set to be held in Washington, D.C. and over 400 cities across the world on April 22, 2017.…
 
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Universe Today Video
 
Whenever I do a new livestream on Instagram (hint hint, @universetoday on Instagram), it’s generally with an audience that doesn’t have a lot of experience with my work here on Universe Today or YouTube. They’re enthusiastic about space, but they haven’t been exposed to a lot of the modern ideas about astrobiology and the search for extraterres ...…
 
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Universe Today Audio
 
Whenever I do a new livestream on Instagram (hint hint, @universetoday on Instagram), it’s generally with an audience that doesn’t have a lot of experience with my work here on Universe Today or YouTube. They’re enthusiastic about space, but they haven’t been exposed to a lot of the modern ideas about astrobiology and the search for extraterres ...…
 
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Universe Today Audio
 
Whenever I do a new livestream on Instagram (hint hint, @universetoday on Instagram), it’s generally with an audience that doesn’t have a lot of experience with my work here on Universe Today or YouTube. They’re enthusiastic about space, but they haven’t been exposed to a lot of the modern ideas about astrobiology and the search for extraterres ...…
 
This week on Sound Effect , stories of time and how it rules our daily lives. Every Hour Injures, The Last One Kills For centuries, sundials have inspired artists and scientists alike as a way to display the passing of time. Retired UW astrobiology professor Woody Sullivan shares how his 25-year love affair with sundials began and how he invent ...…
 
This week on Sound Effect , stories of time and how it rules our daily lives. Every Hour Injures, The Last One Kills For centuries, sundials have inspired artists and scientists alike as a way to display the passing of time. Retired UW astrobiology professor Woody Sullivan shares how his 25-year love affair with sundials began and how he invent ...…
 
Listener Paul Don asks: "I'm wondering what's the feasibility of terraforming another planet ie Mars and if it is possible to do the same thing with something like the moon? Or, why isn't there already a moon-base? Surely that is easier."Dr Adam Rutherford and Dr Hannah Fry consider moving to another planet, and discover what challenges they wo ...…
 
Listener Paul Don asks: "I'm wondering what's the feasibility of terraforming another planet ie Mars and if it is possible to do the same thing with something like the moon? Or, why isn't there already a moon-base? Surely that is easier."Dr Adam Rutherford and Dr Hannah Fry consider moving to another planet, and discover what challenges they wo ...…
 
Listener Paul Don asks: "I'm wondering what's the feasibility of terraforming another planet ie Mars and if it is possible to do the same thing with something like the moon? Or, why isn't there already a moon-base? Surely that is easier."Dr Adam Rutherford and Dr Hannah Fry consider moving to another planet, and discover what challenges they wo ...…
 
Dr. David Grinspoon (photo by Lawrence Cheng) Sometimes when we are having personal or health problems, it helps to get an outside perspective: talk to other friends who have experienced similar problems and how they dealt with them, and other friends about how they avoided those problems. Talk to experts. Then using all that input, we try to m ...…
 
Bruce Damer is truly one of a kind. He is Canadian-American multi disciplinary scientist, designer, and author. Dr. Bruce Damer collaborates with colleagues developing and testing a new model for the origin of life on Earth and in the design of spacecraft architectures to provide a viable path for expansion of human civilization beyond the Eart ...…
 
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Universe Today Audio
 
Perhaps the most important question we can possible ask is, “are we alone in the Universe?”. And so far, the answer has been, “I don’t know”. I mean, it’s a huge Universe, with hundreds of billions of stars in the Milky Way, and now we learn there are trillions of galaxies in the Universe. Is there life closer to home? What about in the Solar S ...…
 
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Universe Today Audio
 
Perhaps the most important question we can possible ask is, “are we alone in the Universe?”. And so far, the answer has been, “I don’t know”. I mean, it’s a huge Universe, with hundreds of billions of stars in the Milky Way, and now we learn there are trillions of galaxies in the Universe. Is there life closer to home? What about in the Solar S ...…
 
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Universe Today Video
 
Perhaps the most important question we can possible ask is, “are we alone in the Universe?”. And so far, the answer has been, “I don’t know”. I mean, it’s a huge Universe, with hundreds of billions of stars in the Milky Way, and now we learn there are trillions of galaxies in the Universe. Is there life closer to home? What about in the Solar S ...…
 
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Podcast BBC - Science Hour
 
The results from drilled geological samples of the Chicxulub crater have just been published. The crater off the coast of Mexico is thought to have been made by a meteor striking the Earth 66 million years ago. The strike and resultant ‘sterilisation effects’ on the planet are thought to play a major role in the demise of the dinosaurs. Core sa ...…
 
The results from drilled geological samples of the Chicxulub crater have just been published. The crater off the coast of Mexico is thought to have been made by a meteor striking the Earth 66 million years ago. The strike and resultant ‘sterilisation effects’ on the planet are thought to play a major role in the demise of the dinosaurs. Core sa ...…
 
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The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqCrBN7xvtw Streamed live on Oct 28, 2016 Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain ) Special Guest: Dr. Derrick Pitts ( @CoolAstronomer ). Dr. Pitts is Chief Astronomer and Director of the Fels Planetarium at The Franklin Institute. He has been a NASA Solar System Ambassador since 2009 and serves as the Astrobiology Ambassador ...…
 
Feature Guest: William Sparks Extraterrestrial life might be erupting into space from the surface of Europa. And a NASA mission to the icy world could fly right through it. Today I’m joined here at The Star Spot by William Sparks, whose team discovered evidence for water vapour geysers on Jupiter’s fascinating moon. Current in Space Europa. Enc ...…
 
Close Encounters in the Cosmic Shed as we consider what turns out to be one of Ti and Andrew’s favourite films of all time…and left Steve, Maddy and Ben a bit less enthralled. We are delighted to be joined by NASA’s Lynn Rothschild, an evolutionary biologist and astrobiologist. Lynn spoke to Andrew about astrobiology, synthetic biology and life ...…
 
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The Curious Cases of Rutherford & Fry
 
Listener Paul Don asks: "I'm wondering what's the feasibility of terraforming another planet i.e. Mars and if it's possible to do the same thing with something like the moon? Or, why isn't there already a moon-base? Surely that's easier."Adam & Hannah consider moving to another planet, and discover what challenges they would need to overcome to ...…
 
Open Minds UFO Radio: Marc D’Antonio is the chief photo and video analyst for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). Marc has been involved with MUFON since 1971 and has a vast amount of experience investigating UFO cases. He is also the owner of FX Models where they work on CGI and physical models for the entertainment industry as well as defense con ...…
 
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The Curious Cases of Rutherford & Fry
 
Listener Paul Don asks: "I'm wondering what's the feasibility of terraforming another planet i.e. Mars and if it's possible to do the same thing with something like the moon? Or, why isn't there already a moon-base? Surely that's easier."Adam & Hannah consider moving to another planet, and discover what challenges they would need to overcome to ...…
 
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The Curious Cases of Rutherford & Fry
 
Listener Paul Don asks: "I'm wondering what's the feasibility of terraforming another planet i.e. Mars and if it's possible to do the same thing with something like the moon? Or, why isn't there already a moon-base? Surely that's easier."Adam & Hannah consider moving to another planet, and discover what challenges they would need to overcome to ...…
 
This week, Jason interviews Natalie Batalha, NASA's Kepler mission project scientist, about the spacecraft, the K2 mission and some exoplanets found by the mission. This episode of Liftoff is sponsored by: HelpSpot: The most comprehensive and flexible help desk software around. Get 10% off with the code LIFTOFF. Guest Starring: Natalie Batalha ...…
 
This month we’re going into outer space. We ask the experts if human space flight is worth the risk; find out what we can do about all the junk whizzing around in orbit; fast forward to find out how the milky way will die; and ask an astrobiologist if we’ll find life in space. First up, Martin Rees the Astronomer Royal, and Helen Sharman, Brita ...…
 
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Released: 28 July 2016 Duration: 43 minutes, 45 seconds James Garrison speaks with latest holder of the Library of Congress Baruch Blumberg chair of astrobiology, Nathaniel Comfort. His current book project is the biography of DNA. Links: Mike Russell New Study Outlines "Water World" Theory of the Origin of Life Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Dr ...…
 
A visit with friend Bill Diamond, CEO of the SETI Institute. I’ll bet you don’t know as much about the SETI Institute as you think. What does SETI mean? "Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence." But there is more to SETI than what you see in movies such as "Contact." There are 75 scientists (the number is growing) at SETI currently working on ...…
 
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Sholem's Bias: Medicine and Other Curiosities
 
Zack and Nathaniel Comfort, professor of history at Johns Hopkins and NASA/Library of Congress chair in astrobiology, talk about genetics, eugenics, and present-day medicine.
 
Released: 4 July 2016 Duration: 20 minutes, 41 seconds SETI research is much like the traditional task of a tracker, who seeks the spoor of elusive quarry through a wilderness. In the search for life, intelligence, and exocivilizations we find ourselves in the position of seeking the spoor of these higher emergent complexities in the cosmologic ...…
 
Feature Guest: John Rummel Ever consider moving to Mars? The Star Spot did. Along with the University of Toronto Astronomy and Space Exploration Society, we co-hosted a panel event exploring one of the most fascinating questions in which science meets science fiction. The great terraforming Mars debate. We were joined by a 5 member panel of exp ...…
 
This week’s episode of Scientist Who? is one of my favorites so far. For this one, I sat down for about an hour with Dr. John Priscu, one of the most avid researchers at Montana State University with a stunning background as an Antarctic researcher (and musician!). He is one of the most renowned researcher’s in his field, studying Antarctica, i ...…
 
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