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Ask an Astronomer

By NASA's Spitzer Science Center and Infrared Processing and Analysis Center

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Real NASA astronomers answer questions about the exciting science of astronomy.

Customer Reviews

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i liked this podcast because it explains intriguing concepts that i didn't understand beforehand. it seems geared towards junior high school students...but i like it anyway. nice pix of copernicus! please keep it running! i want to learn more. ps. in response to labelle: not all podcasts suck. try rocketboom and lonely planet's podcasts. you don't have to learn on those.


I have children who are constantly wanting to use my Ipod when we are out. I appreciate the alternative! Thank you for giving us the option to view podcasts that are not only interesting, but also educational -for all ages! If anyone has any interest at all in the world/universe in which we live, these podcasts are an excellent choice!

Good on all levels

This video podcast series is great! First it has content that is informative. I like learning. Secondly, I like them because they demonstrate appropriate technology and budgeting. They spent their time on graphics that were really great and kept the scientist portion low budget because they just needed to tell the story. Better than trying to make a NASA scientist look something other than what they are. This shows the real life nature of being a scientist. Also I like the video podcasts because they demonstrate that many could make video podcasts, and NOT have to jazz them up! Good job NASA! MacFriendly

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