PacSci Podcast: Update From the South Pole

PacSci Perspectives   A few weeks back on this podcast (previous episode here) we introduced you to Graylan Vincent of Seattle, Senior Communications Technician with the U.S. Antarctic Program, which is run by the National Science Foundation, and who’s now...

Coso Artifact: Small Rock With A Reputation, Part of Larger Story

PacSci Perspectives   Pacific Science Center now has on display a small rock. While it’s not very big, its story is huge. This little rock has never before been seen in public though it has been discussed endlessly on the Internet and elsewhere. What is called...

PacSci Podcast: Taking VR To The Next Level

PacSci Perspectives   In recent months, Pacific Science Center has been focused on what we call our What Is Reality effort…a new set of experiences that highlight immersive technologies…that’s virtual reality, augmented reality, and so on....

PacSci Podcast: Celebrate The Next Mars Landing

PacSci Perspectives   Attention space exploration fans. Mark your calendar for Monday, November 26 as we pull out all the stops to celebrate humankind’s next step….out there. Learn all about it in this quick PacSci Podcast then make plans to join us for a...

PacSci Podcast: Spending The Winter ‘Down South’

PacSci Perspectives   As the Pacific Northwest’s typical dreary winter weather gets going, the thought of spending those dark months in the southern hemisphere where it’s summer might sound pretty good. But as we learn in this quick PacSci Podcast, it...
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