Pioneering NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson died on February 24, 2020, at the age of 101. Johnson’s calculations were critical in ensuring the success of the early Mercury and Apollo spaceflight missions. Along with fellow mathematicians Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson, Johnson was the subject of the 2016 book Hidden Figures, documenting the contributionsread more

To watch TV or listen to the radio, it appears as if coronavirus is a dire threat. Words like “pandemic” conjure up images of vast numbers of people falling victim of a virulent, out-of-control disease. Unfortunately, with COVD-19, this could happen. The vast majority of confirmed cases are considered mild,read more

Dr. J. Allen Hynek began as a skeptic, and actively debunked reports for the air-force—but eventually took the subject very seriously. His son Paul Hynek will join Mike to talk about his father. With the popularity of the TV show Project Bluebook, there is an entire new generation that nowread more