EP83 🚀 Kim Arcand – Unraveling the Universe, Data Storyteller @ NASA
In this episode Markus engages with Kim Arcand, a premier data storyteller at NASA. They delve into the fascinating realm of data, space exploration, artificial intelligence, and the less explored domain of space sound.
🔹 The artistry of data storytelling in astronomy and the significance of coding and numbers
🔹 Deciphering and interpreting astronomical data
🔹 NASA's Chandra Observatory: Unraveling its data and its pivotal role in x-ray astronomy
🔹 The critical role of different types of light in comprehending the universe
🔹 The exploration of space sound as an overlooked aspect of space study
🔹 The exciting crossroads of AI and space science and its potential
3 Memorable Moments to Share:
➡️ "Astronomy today is largely numerical; it operates on coding, it operates on numbers."
➡️ "95% of the universe consists of dark energy and dark matter, which we can't even really see."
➡️ "You can convert it into sound, you can convert it into a haptic response. You can work with a 3D print. There are all these other ways of knowing."
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Host: Markus Mooslechner
Guest: Kim Arcand
Published by: Torsten Kriening
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