In our latest Status Update we discuss space as a popular subject and question just how long your attention spans are. 2 minutes? 3 minutes? 4 minutes?!?
I challenge you to see how many minutes you can watch this video. If my theory holds I don’t expect anyone to make it to the end. I also suspect that you may find yourself chuckling at least once if you do.
We introduce a new show - Pitch’d! In this segment we pitch a movie idea based on a topic and a genre. For the inaugural beta episode we went with the Tetris movie (which is going to be a real thing). Enjoy!
Would you produce our Tetris Movie?
Would you watch our Tetris Movie?
So, I came up with an idea for The Tetris Movie (which is going to be a real thing) that I think sounds pretty interesting. Hear my synopsis and then ask yourself, “Would I watch this?” If the answer isn’t yes, then I’d like to hear your idea.
This week we apologize for the onslaught of videos, set up what success means to us for OSTV, and answer our first viewer mail: “Could humanity ever build a Dyson Sphere?”
Our first ever viewer mail! And we answered it…mostly…but the point got across I hope.
Fun fact: I don’t know as much about the Star Trek universe as you might think. How well would you have done?
Mars gets two satellites from Earth, Mavin from the US, and MOM from India, a new group of astronauts head up to the International Space Station, one being the first female cosmonaut in 17 years, and Russia’s space agency continues support for the ISS out to 2025.
Mars is hot these days guys. Not literally, but with NASA and India’s space agency it is.
Introducing the new and somewhat random version of Let’s Talk About, where we pull a topic from Darth Vader’s head and discuss it. For the unveiling of this retooled show we picked time travel. Really? That’s what we’re going with? The moral of the story is Time Travel ain’t nothin’ but trouble. But here’s two astrophysicists discussing it anyway.
What do two, nerdy/geeky astrophysics grad students have to say about Time Travel? Tune in to find out.