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Sleep Tight Science - A Bedtime Science Show For Kids

Sleep Tight Science - A Bedtime Science Show For Kids

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Sleep Tight Science is an engaging bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.

(Ages 5+; kids like the big words.)
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In this episode, we will learn a little about raccoons. We will look at their appearance, life cycle, and how they adapted to living in cities and other urban environments. We also answer listener questions regarding how legs help us move, why we are ticklish, and how our body feels pain. This is a fun one! Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂📖 ---👉 Join Premium for AD FREE listening! 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we will learn about electricity and computers with questions from James, Daniel, Silas, Addalyn, and Caleb. We'll talk about how we make electricity using methods such as generators, water, wind, solar power, and burning fuels. We'll also explain how electricity travels through a cord into your gadgets. Plus, we'll look at how we make computers and the chips inside them, where they're made, and what we need to make them. Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂📖 --- 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode taught us a little about solar eclipses and some safe ways to view them. We had questions from Adeline, who wanted to know how the Northern Lights appear; Nate, who asked why the lighting is so hot; and Isaiah, who asked why the sky is blue. We would love to hear your thoughts if you experience the upcoming total solar eclipse.  Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂📖 --- 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we will learn a little about aliens or extraterrestrials. We will discuss why scientists think there could be life outside our planet and how they will look for it. We will look at the “Goldilocks Zone,” where it is not too hot or cold for liquid water and possibly life. We will examine questions from Harrison, Alba, Griffin, and Rohan. They will ask about how the earth was made; how lava is made; why we have to go to school, and why can’t we pee and poop the same way? Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂📖 --- 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. 📻 Listen to our podcast on Storybutton, the device that makes it easy for kids to listen to podcasts without using a screened device. Get yours at Storybutton.com ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we will learn more about the solar system, uncovering intriguing facts about the solar system and the moon, comets, and space travel. We will start with a brief recap of what we have previously explored about the solar system. With these new facts—from the moon's mysterious craters to the tail-spinning journeys of comets and the exciting realities of voyaging through space—you can share fascinating tidbits with your friends. 😊 Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂📖 --- 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like to investigate? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com , and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. 📻 Listen to our podcast on Storybutton, the device that makes it easy for kids to listen to podcasts without using a screened device. Get yours at Storybutton.com ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we explore why we sometimes feel yucky, like after eating too many sweets or not enough veggies or when we're super worried or stressed out. Feeling yucky can mean our body is trying to tell us something, but figuring that out can be tricky because everyone's body is different. We're also going to talk about why we get hiccups, sneeze, and sore throats when we're sick. Thank you for listening! Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂📖 --- 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. 📻 Listen to our podcast on Storybutton, the device that makes it easy for kids to listen to podcasts without using a screened device. Get yours at Storybutton.com ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we're diving into the fascinating world of penguins! Imagine journeying from the icy South Pole to exotic islands near the equator, discovering where these fantastic birds call home. We'll uncover the secrets of their black and white feathers, learn about the different penguin species from the tiny to the towering, and find out how they keep cozy in the chilliest places. Plus, we'll solve mysteries like why we have spooky dreams, the magic of hearing the ocean in a seashell, and why everyone's voice is as unique as a fingerprint. We hope you enjoy this exciting journey through the world of penguins!Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂📖 --- 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. 📻 Listen to our podcast on Storybutton, the device that makes it easy for kids to listen to podcasts without using a screened device. Get yours at Storybutton.com ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Did you know that the dinosaur with the longest name is Micropachycephalosaurus? In this episode we answer questions from our listeners about dinosaurs.  Questions like, what caused the dinosaurs to become extinct, and What was the first dinosaur ever discovered? If you love dinosaurs as much as we do, then you will love listening to all the facts we discovered.  Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬 --- 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. 📻 Listen to our podcast on Storybutton, the device that makes it easy for kids to listen to podcasts without using a screened device. Get yours at Storybutton.com ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we start to learn about viruses. Viruses are extremely small and can only be seen with a special microscope. Even though they are small, they can have a very big impact on our bodies. We learn about this topic by following a story with Bernice and Papa Bear as they learn all about it. Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬 --- 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. 📻 Listen to our podcast on Storybutton, the device that makes it easy for kids to listen to podcasts without using a screened device. Get yours at Storybutton.com ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we learned about spiders, especially the Darwin's Bark Spider and some questions from you, our listeners. Spiders are fascinating creatures with unique characteristics: they belong to the arachnid family and can be found worldwide in various sizes and colours. They exhibit remarkable abilities, from web-spinning and hunting to having special features like blue blood and multiple eyes. These diverse and often misunderstood creatures play crucial roles in ecosystems, acting as natural pest controllers and showcasing nature's ingenuity in adaptation and survival.Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬 --- 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. 📻 Listen to our podcast on Storybutton, the device that makes it easy for kids to listen to podcasts without using a screened device. Get yours at Storybutton.com ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this remastered episode, we are going to learn a bit about food. Which we thought was worthy of a repeat, considering all the food we eat during this time of year.  What is a balanced diet? What does our body need to function properly? We are also going to look at some quick answers to come listener's questions. Come and join us and see what you can learn!  Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬 --- 📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show. 👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify. ❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email.  --- About Sleep Tight Science Sleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com, and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we will learn about snow, what it is made of and the different colours it can be. Did you know that snow could be in different colours? We will discuss the water cycle and how important snow is for the water supply in many places. We will look at The Science of Snowflakes and discuss how they are created and how each is unique. We will examine how the temperature influences the design of the snowflake. We will answer questions including why reindeer’s antlers fall off, how raindrops are made, how many people are on the earth, and why Neptune looks darker than Uranus.Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬---📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify.❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email. ---About Sleep Tight ScienceSleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we will explore the amazing world of Marine Mammals and their incredible superpowers! Marine Mammals are warm-blooded, breathe air with lungs, and even have a bit of hair at some point in their lives. They can do awesome things like dive super deep into the ocean. We will also answer listeners' questions! We'll talk about why narwhals have long, pointy horns, whether we can train fish like we train dogs, and if big whales ever get hiccups like we do (imagine how loud that would be!). If you have any feedback, don't hesitate to say hello. Though it sometimes takes a while, we answer all our emails.Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬---📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify.❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email. ---About Sleep Tight ScienceSleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this extra science episode, we answer the questions: Do cats and dogs have the same organs? How do cats balance so well? Where does lightning come from? How are medicines made, and how do they (and poisons) affect the body? and How do markers work?Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬---📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify.❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email. ---About Sleep Tight ScienceSleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we'll dive into the fascinating science behind video games. We'll explore how they'll tap into physics, applying Newton’s laws of motion and projectile motion. We'll see how chemistry plays a role, especially when characters mix elements to concoct new potions. The focus will also shift to biology, reflecting on ecosystems and character evolution that mirror our world. We'll peek at the programming and AI that bring other characters to life in these games. And, we won't overlook the psychology and math intricately woven into the gameplay. Plus, we'll take a glimpse at alien eyes and the creation of stars.Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬---📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify.❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email. ---About Sleep Tight ScienceSleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we answered listener questions. We talked about our amazing bodies and how they work. Our skin has three special layers, and the top one protects us. When we're sweaty, some things can stick to our skin because of the sticky sweat. We also learned that inside our bones, there's a special place that makes blood cells. These cells do important jobs like carrying air and fighting germs. And we learned that we are still trying to discover how the very first life started on Earth. Have you ever wondered why we get a brain freeze? We have the answer!Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬---📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify.❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email. ---About Sleep Tight ScienceSleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we discover why you might have thought you saw a ghost. We found out that many cultures, even if they are far apart, have tales about ghosts or spirits. We looked at ghosts from a science perspective and learned that sometimes our eyes and brains play tricks on us, like seeing things that aren't really there. We also talked about how you could design an experiment to find out if the ghost your friend saw was real. Plus, we dived into the magical world of rainbows, the buzz of mosquitoes, and the mysteries of our noses. Did you know mosquitoes really like Type O blood and are drawn to carbon dioxide and sweat? Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬---📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify.❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email. ---About Sleep Tight ScienceSleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we'll explore hurricanes, cyclones, and typhoons. Ever wonder why these storms have different names? It's all about where they form! We'll dive into the cool parts of a hurricane: the eye, eyewall, and rainbands. Plus, we'll track a hurricane's journey from formation to decay. Curious about how concrete is made or why it's great for building? Eager to know how birds soar or why penguins waddle? Listen in for exciting answers to these questions and more!Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬---📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify.❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email. ---About Sleep Tight ScienceSleep Tight Science is an engaging (but not too engaging) bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we will look at one of our favourite animals, the dog. We will look at their powerful eyes, nose, and ears. We will go back to see how dogs evolved from wolves and became such good pets. We will also answer some listener's questions about cats purring, litter boxes, and farts. Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬---📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify.❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email. ---About Sleep Tight ScienceSleep Tight Science is an engaging bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we will start talking about incredible animals and their super senses. For instance, did you know that animal's eyes differ from ours? Some have eyes that can see heat, just like superheroes! Not only do some animals have supervision, but they also can have incredible hearing and touch. After we see just how unique animal senses are, we will have a closer look at compound eyes, followed by listener questions and fun facts. Do you have a superpower? If you do, be sure to let us know.Sleep Tight!, Sheryl & Clark❤️👂🔬---📢 Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.👉 First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please follow us or listen on Spotify.❤️ We would love to hear from you, reach out to us via email. ---About Sleep Tight ScienceSleep Tight Science is an engaging bedtime show for the whole family that answers the questions kids have about science. Each episode explores a fascinating topic in science and technology, from the mysteries of outer space to the wonders of the human body. Sleep Tight Science is the perfect bedtime companion for curious minds of all ages. Have an interesting science topic you would like featured? Send us an email at hello@sleeptightscience.com and we may feature it in an upcoming show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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sahar b

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Apr 17th
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Houra A

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Mar 10th
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Nov 1st
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sahar b

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Jul 30th
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Jun 21st
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May 10th
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Apr 15th
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Apr 11th
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Really really great 💜

Dec 4th
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sahar b

So so lovely thanks 🐍💜

Nov 18th
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Dunut cute

lol I said no more episodes 😂😂 they are 2! new episodes

Aug 17th
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Dunut cute

pls do a how to poop people podcasts and I am sure you are in the office today and I have to the hospital 🏥🏥 a good day for you guys to come over and watch the game with Alan and I i used the corrector on me phone hehe

Aug 17th
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Dunut cute

oh Canada..... oh Greece ....

Apr 7th
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