Weekly Space Hangout – Mar 10, 2017: Nic DiPalma and Spacetime Labs

Article written: 10 Mar , 2017
Updated: 10 Mar , 2017
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Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain)

Special Guest:
Nic DiPalma is the Founder and CEO of SpacetimeLabs, a ‘creative agency’ for science – a team of award-winning designers, producers, and developers creating brands, communication strategies, and digital content for the science community. With 20 years’ experience as a creative director, designer, and entrepreneur in educational media, public television, broadcast/cable news, corporate brand strategy, and experience design for web and mobile products, Nic is helping scientists and researchers engage the public to inspire a deeper connection and greater support.

Guests:
Kimberly Cartier ( KimberlyCartier.org / @AstroKimCartier )
Paul M. Sutter (pmsutter.com / @PaulMattSutter)
Morgan Rehnberg (MorganRehnberg.com / @MorganRehnberg)

Their stories this week:

Break out the metaphors: new images of Pan

Origins of Milky Way’s “Fermi Bubbles”

Europa Clipper flyby enters Phase B development

Ancient stardust detected in distant galaxy

Blue Origin details its first orbital rocket

We use a tool called Trello to submit and vote on stories we would like to see covered each week, and then Fraser will be selecting the stories from there. Here is the link to the Trello WSH page (http://bit.ly/WSHVote), which you can see without logging in. If you’d like to vote, just create a login and help us decide what to cover!

If you would like to join the Weekly Space Hangout Crew, visit their site here and sign up. They’re a great team who can help you join our online discussions!

If you’d like to join Fraser and Paul Matt Sutter on their tour to Iceland in February, 2018, you can find the information at astrotouring.com.

If you would like to sign up for the AstronomyCast Solar Eclipse Escape, where you can meet Fraser and Pamela, plus WSH Crew and other fans, visit our site here and sign up!

We record the Weekly Space Hangout every Friday at 12:00 pm Pacific / 3:00 pm Eastern. You can watch us live on Universe Today, or the Universe Today YouTube page


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