Archival footage & interviews from many St. Louisans involved in the space race.
When the InSight spacecraft landed on Mars last year, the video of St. Louisan Brooke Harper’s touchdown-inspired celebration went viral.
The effort to save the endangered amphibians native to Ozark streams.
Tune in for the most-watched prime time science series on American television. Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. on Nine PBS.
Badminton, Wildlife Rescue Center Education Camps, Bill Nye, 3D printing.
Race car aerodynamics, Aerotrain, anti-biotic use, high-tech submersible camera.
Dr. Eric Green, robot cook, family trees, black market eagle parts.
DigiGirlz, supersonic car, autism video game, eSports, emergency responders & drones.
Washington University planetary scientist William McKinnon, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Arch stains, bat disease, innovative math teachers, White sturgeon in peril.
St. Louis STARS program, wildfires, air potato vine, nutrition labels, fertilizers.
Danforth Plant Science Center, Mark Norell, Elwha River, Story Collider, Dr. John Morley.