Podcaster: Steve Nerlich
Organization: Cheap Astronomy
Description: Cheap Astronomy’s discovers that the ISS crew likes to ham it up
This episode of Science on the ISS isn’t exactly about scientific research, but it is about science education. It’s also about the longest-running science-related activity that’s ever been conducted aboard the ISS and it’s a science-related activity that ISS crew members are not likely to want to give up any time soon.
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