Category Archives: Let’s Science

We live in a universe of scientific wonders and breakthroughs that can change our lives. We want to share these wonders with you. So, Let’s Science!

China’s Moon Rocks

China’s Moon Rocks
China's lunar rover has returned a payload of rocks from the Moon and Caroline tells Lindsay and Lino that the rocks are much younger than ... Read more
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Earthquake!

Earthquake!
The ground shook in Melbourne, Australia, recently with the largest recorded earthquake ever. Caroline, Lindsay, and Lino talk about their ... Read more
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Percy Gets Some Rocks

Percy Gets Some Rocks
The Mars Perseverance Rover perseveres in its rock core sampling mission to finally collect its first sample. But Caroline tells Lindsay and ... Read more
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Daddy Shortlegs

Daddy Shortlegs
The Daddy Longlegs may be the most common household spider and no matter how you feel about spiders in general, they are in fact helpful at ... Read more
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A Real-Life Dragon?

A Real-Life Dragon?
There's another new Australian dinosaur, but this one could have been a real-life dragon. Lindsay and Lino discuss the newly discovered ... Read more
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Cooper the Dinosaur

Cooper the Dinosaur
There's a new largest dinosaur in Australia called Cooper. Caroline Knight and Lindsay Sant tell us about this new species, how it came to be ... Read more
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Tardigrades in Space!

Tardigrades in Space!
Tardigrades, also known as water bears, and bob-tailed squid are headed to the International Space Station. Caroline Knight and Lindsay Sant ... Read more
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Cats in Fake Boxes

Cats in Fake Boxes
Cats love sitting in boxes. But can they be fooled into sitting in fake boxes? Caroline, Lindsay, and Lino discuss a real study into this ... Read more
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Warp Drive, Engage!

Warp Drive, Engage!
Could humanity one day travel the stars using a spaceship that warps space around it? Caroline, Lindsay, and Lino explore the science of warp ... Read more
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Extraterrestrial Dust

Extraterrestrial Dust
Would you believe that 5,200 tons of extraterrestrial dust fall on Earth every year? Caroline and Lindsay discuss where all that stellar dust ... Read more
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