Google Hangout

  1. Space

    Have All of Your Saturn Questions Answered Today on NASA’s Cassini Mission Live Google Hangout [Updated]

    NASA will hold a live Google Hangout today to presumably talk about how great the pictures from Cassini have been (as well as some science stuff, probably) and where it's going in the future. If you like amazing space pictures as much as we do, watch the hour-long live chat with NASA scientists at 3:30PM EST.

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  2. Entertainment

    Check Out WeLoveFine’s First Ever Google Hangout at 5PM EST Today

    You're a fan of wearing symbolic representations of your favorite TV shows and movies on your body in cool ways, right? Of course you are. Then you probably already know the geek fashion website WeLoveFine. Later today they're doing their first ever Google hangout broadcast event to talk to Geek fashion icons and creators about this budding industry.

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  3. Weird

    White House Doing a “We the Geeks” Google Hangout Tomorrow

    With politicians making noise over American graduates moving to other countries, the White House is using this issue as a jumping off point for comprehensive immigration reform and aiming to attract "geeks" from around the world to immigrate here. Thus they are hosting a Google+ Hangout on "Making the U.S. a Geek Magnet" tomorrow at noon, EDT.

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  4. Science

    Check Out The Live Feed For the White House’s Google Hangout About Robots at 2pm

    In honor of Geek Week, the White House's We The Geek program will host a google hangout at 2pm E.S.T today about robots and science education. Plus everybody's favorite YA novelist-turned-vlogger John Green will be there, too! Party on.

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  5. Space

    NASA and LEGO Get Together on Google Hangout to Talk About “Imagine and Build” Competition

    Ever thought of what you would use to build your own spaceship if you were to design one yourself? LEGO has, of course, and while their bricks aren't quite strong enough to withstand interstellar travel just yet, that's not stopping the company from teaming up with NASA for a space-themed LEGO building competition.  At 11am EST today, representatives from LEGO, experts from NASA, and actual astronaut Leland Melvin will jump on a live stream via Google Hangout to talk about the contest, and we've got a feed of it right here for you.

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  6. Space

    Watch Live as SETI Institute Announces Official Names of Pluto’s Smallest Known Moons

    Today at 12:00 PM EDT you can jump on a Google Hangout with SETI to hear the official naming of Pluto's two smallest known moons. SETI held a vote a few months ago, and the winning names were "Vulcan" and "Cerberus." Cerberus is already the name of an asteroid, so to avoid any confusion they're expected to use the alternate Greek spelling "Kerberos." We've got the live video right here.

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  7. Space

    Bill Nye, Lori Garver and More Answer Your Asteroid Questions During Google Hangout This Afternoon

    Today, you've got a chance to get caught up on all the latest news and science on asteroids courtesy of We The Geeks, a Google Hangout presented by the White House. At 2pm EDT this afternoon, you can join Bill Nye, NASA's own Lori Garver, astronaut Ed Lu, IAU astronomer Jose Luis Galache and aspiring asteroid miner Peter Diamandis of Planetary Resources for a round table discussion on all things asteroids -- from how we could harvest them for minerals to what happens if we have to try and dodge one.

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  8. Space

    Hangout With J.J. Abrams, Astronauts, and Cast of Star Trek Into Darkness Today at Noon

    Today at 12:00 PM EDT J.J. Abrams and the cast of Star Trek Into Darkness will have a Google Hangout with astronauts, including Chris Cassidy, one of the astronauts aboard the International Space Station who recently went on a space walk to fix an ammonia leak on the station. You can watch the whole thing right here, and we even have the details on how you can try to get a question in.

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  9. Space

    Watch NASA’s Latest Google Hangout From Space Live

    In what is quickly turning into a verifiable "thing," the astronauts living aboard the International Space Station (ISS) will be answering another round of your questions in a Google Hangout in just one hour. The Hangout, which will see Chris Hadfield, Kevin Ford, and Tom Marshburn field your inquiries about their life and work on the ISS, will run from 10:30 to 11:30 EST, because seriously, you didn't expect them to spend all day fielding questions, did you? These guys have jobs, you know. Like keeping the space station in orbit, just as a for example. If you think you could do that, too, though, by all means, watch with us this morning and find out if you've got what it takes to be an astronaut.

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  10. Tech

    Live Stream Obama’s Fireside Google Hangout Here

    Was the State of the Union earlier this week fun, but just not enough President for you? Well, good news -- Obama is doing a Google Hangout, and we'll have the live stream right here. This isn't Obama's first "Fireside Hangout" -- he did one about a year ago -- but it's the first one of his second term, and hopefully a sign that these will be a habit going forward. Yes, it's going to be at least a little canned and PR-ish, but hey, it's the damn President, nothing's not at least sort of planned. Still, it's a fun way to be interactive that doesn't make anyone leave the office, and that works for us. Plus, you might get an answer for why the hell we still make pennies, and wouldn't that be nice?

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  11. Space

    Google Lets You Hangout On The International Space Station, Ask Astronauts All The Things You’ve Always Wondered

    Yesterday, we listened to William Shatner talk about life on the International Space Station (ISS) with astronaut Chris Hadfield, and it was pretty great. Why should Kirk have all the fun, though? Chances are you've got some things you'd like to know about what it's like to be an astronaut, too. Well, now is your chance to pick the brains of people whose lives are more awesome than yours, because they live in space, because later this month, NASA will be hosting a Google Hangout live from the ISS, and they'll be answering your questions while they do. So if you've ever wanted to know what flavor of astronaut ice cream is always left over after a mission or who the worst snorer in Earth orbit is, this is your time.

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  12. Science

    Hang Out With CERN This Thursday, Talk About Particle Physics and Mice Versus Mammoths

    Sunday saw the first Large Hadron Collider physics beams of the year. Hooray! The scientists at CERN smashed together lead ions and protons in an attempt to study quark-gluon plasma, believed to be the primordial state of matter in the moments after the Big Bang. If that all sounds very complicated and you'd like someone to explain it you who really knows what they're talking about, now's your chance! Rather, Thursday is your chance. The folks at CERN will be hosting another Google Hangout to talk about the new beams, why they're using lead ions, and who would win in a fight between a mouse and a mammoth.

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