Walkabout the Galaxy
science fiction, Treknology
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
The astroquarks welcome noted science blogger and author Dr. Ethan Siegel whose new book Treknology takes a look at the intersection of science and science fiction. While you may already have a tablet computer, warp drive is probably still a few years away. But Elon Musk may be sending missions to the moon in less time than it takes the U.S.S. Enterprise to complete its 5-year mission (so, less than 5 years, get it?). Tune in for the latest news on exploration of the solar system as well as a look back to some classic Trek-nology with Dr. Ethan Siegel on this episode of Walkabout the Galaxy.
We've sponsored Walkabout the Galaxy before, but because we are the incredible morphing species, that changes physical characteristics faster than you can say "Qapla'," we're here to let the galaxy know that our skulls just keep getting bumpier. Butterflies have nothing on our abiblity to keep changing appearence. Catch us now, or the next time, we might not even be bipeds. [spoken in Klingon] Klingons, the incredible changing species and proud sponsor of Walkabout the Galaxy.
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Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; and Cooney, James, "I Left My Communicator on Sigma Iotia!" (2017). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 31.