Meteorite Hunters Adam Rogers digs around Kansas for space rocks. Finding NEEMO A look at NASA's Extreme Environment Mission Operations program and the underwater lab Aquarius. Exploded View Ziya Tong dismantles a plasma TV to explain how it works. Stem Cell Explorer Brian Unger interviews Dr. Renee Reijo Pera, the Co-Director of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Center at UCSF. Vaporware A quick history of the rocket belt. Elon Musk Brian Unger interviews Elon Musk, founder of PayPal, Tesla Motors and SpaceX. Extremophiles Aomawa Shields interviews Montana State University researchers who are trying to find commercial applications for virus shells.moreless
One of my favorite documentary series of recent years, and not just because I was in it : ) My meteorite hunting partner, Steve Arnold, and I were invited by the "Wired" team to appear in their one-hour pilot. They were one of three companies competing for a new science series on PBS, and our pilot was the winner. We filmed the "Meteorite Hunters" segment in Kiowa County, Kansas and unearthed a 50-lb visitor from outer space for the camera. Host Adam Rogers was a delight to work with, and I felt the entire show had a modern and exciting feel to it. Here's hoping "Wired Science" will continue. A cutting edge, yet accessible program. Great job.moreless
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