EarthSky 22 for November 22, 2010

Here is EarthSky’s all new, all cool 22-minute science and music show. Future of smartphones, oldest object in universe, assassin bug and more. Plus cool tunes for your listening pleasure.

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Here’s the lineup for this week’s show, with your host, Jorge Salazar.

The scene at an EarthSky meeting

Lead Producer: Michael Brennan

Managing Producer: Lindsay Patterson

Music: The Black and White Years, “Up!”

Scientist Soundbite: Tanzeem Choudhury

Music: One Hundred Flowers, “Rat Trap”

Lindsay Patterson reporting: Tanzeem Choudhury develops cellphones apps to track our health

Music: Frontier Brothers, “Strut”

Music: The Boxing Lesson, “Dark Side of the Moog”

Ryan Britton reporting: Science of the Weird: An assassin bug that lures its prey with the song of a spider web

Music: The Black and White Years, “Animal Behaviors”

Emily Howard reporting: Kara Lavender Law: Scientists find ocean garbage patch in the Atlantic Ocean

Music: Leatherbag, “Streets on Fire”

Jorge Salazar reporting: Matthew Lehnert on finding the oldest object yet seen in the universe.

Music: Monahans, “All in Love”

Deborah Byrd reporting: Global Night Sky: Venus, the morning star, is up before dawn.

Music: The Black and White Years, “Up!”

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