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Ep. 491: Adventures in Zero Gravity - Curt Liljedahl

In his 28-year career as a physics teacher in McAllen, TX, Curt has done two separate zero gravity experiments totaling 30 minutes of floating in air. The first time was with NASA scientists testing the software to control Robonaut in a zero-G environment. The second was sponsored by Northrup Grumman, a defense contractor, to spark interest in science in students. As far as adventure goes, it doesn't get any more unique than this!

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