9/13/11-This 3-foot-long, 18-inches-wide, 10-15 foot deep sinkhole opened up in the surface of Chouteau in the 2100 block, right across from St. Louis Cremation. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

NASA Launches Program to Detect Sinkholes

NASA has a program that could possibly detect sinkholes before they happen. Missouri is one of the states in the country that has the most.



Charlie Brennan – Thursday, February 20th – STL Blues Chrmn. Tom Stillman from Sochi Olympics; Michael Moss on SALT SUGAR FAT; Tracy Droz Tragos on “Rich Hill”; Explorer Kenny Broad on the Fame Lab Competiton

STL Blues Chairman and KMOX Sochi Correspondent Tom Stillman talks Olympic hockey. Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Michael Moss on his book, SALT SUGAR FAT. Charlie and Debbie talk with Tracy Droz Tragos, Director/Producer of a new […]


Astronaut John Glenn, Jr. is loaded into the Friendship 7 capsule in preparation for flight on the Mercury Titan rocket February 20, 1962 (NASA/Handout/Getty Images)

#ThrowbackThursday: 52 Years Ago First American Orbits Earth

52 years ago, John Glenn, was not only the first American to orbit the Earth, but the oldest to travel in space.


Expedition 38 crew member Mike Hopkins with the spacesuit he wore outside the International Space Station on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013. He and fellow astronaut Rick Mastracchio are conducting a series of spacewalks to replace an ammonia pump that is part of the station's coolant system. (Photo: NASA)

Missouri Native & Colleague Begin Space Fix-It

Astronaut Mike Hopkins performed space walk Saturday, outside International Space Station


Mike Hopkins (right) holding dehydrated green bean casserole (phone courtesy NASA)

Missouri Native, Illinois Grad Sends Thanksgiving Greetings from Space

“While we miss our families, it’s great to be in space. As astronauts, this is what we train for and this is where we want to be.”


grav poster

“Gravity” Is A Real Trip

Astronauts are left hanging.


US astronaut Shannon Walker rests after landing near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan, on November 26, 2010. The Soyuz TMA-19 capsule carrying the crew of Russian Fyodor Yurchikhin and NASA's Doug Wheelock and Shannon Walker landed on earth, returning from six months onboard the International Space Station where they served as members of the Expedition 24 and 25 crews. (Photo by SHAMIL ZHUMATOV/AFP/Getty Images)

NASA: Children Should Still Dream To Be Astronauts

NASA’s Shannon Walker asserts the retirement of the space shuttles shouldn’t cause children to give up their dreams of becoming astronauts.



Overnight America: Anne Devereaux, Jackie Hoyner Kersee, Tia Mowry

Anne Devereaux from NASA joined us to talk about the Curiosity Rover landing. Olympian Jackie Joyner Kersee called in from London to talk about what is going on at the Games in London. Tia Mowry […]


Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) mission members work in the data processing room beside Mission Control at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California August 2, 2012 ahead of the landing of the  Mars rover Curiosity. NASA said Thursday all was well ahead of its nail-biting mission to Mars, with its most advanced robotic rover poised to hunt for clues about past life and water on Earth's nearest planetary neighbor. On a two-year journey to seek out signs of environments that once sustained life, the landing of the Mars Science Laboratory and the largest and most sophisticated rover ever built, Curiosity, is set for 1:31 am August 6.  Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty

St. Louis Native On NASA’s Team Curiosity

Mitch Schulte is among those awaiting the Mars rover’s arrival on the red planet.


Nasa Curiosity

TIAM Weekend: Mars Rover Landing

To discuss what should happen with Brian Kelly & Maria Keena was St. Louis native Mitch Schulte, Mars Exploration Program Scientist for NASA.

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–08/05/2012



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