In this episode of Art and Science Punks Kate and Rob talk about some craft/science projects we've tried and haven't shared on the show. Also: we look up how to say "just kidding" in Russian.
Kate and Rob also share an art pick and a science pick this week: one is a way to visualize kind words the other is named after the Chinese myth of a Moon Goddess.
Related Links and Resources
- Chinese Moon Rover Making Tracks on Lunar Far Side (Photo)
- Chang'e - Wikipedia
- Google Translate
- DIY open a coconut with a hammer - YouTube
- Kate's Art Pick: Word clouds for supportive reminders of positive words, ways to build self esteem: WordClouds.com and Word Cloud Generator
- Rob's Science Pick: Chinese Lunar Lander, Rover Beam Back Amazing Views of the Moon's Far Side AND Watch China Land on the Moon's Far Side in This Awesome Video!
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