Earth to Luna!
Hot or Cold? | Out of Breath!
Luna, Jupiter and Clyde are in the desert. They are surprised by how quickly the temperature drops at night. Why does it get so hot in the desert during the day and so cold at night? Luna’s family is climbing Pike’s Peak. A the top, they're surprised to find that moving is more tiring, and it feels harder to breathe. Could there be something different about mountain air? What’s happening here?
Up Next in Collection 1
It's All Rosey | Blue Giants
Luna's family discovers Pink Lakes on a Caribbean Island full of pink flamingos. Why are flamingos pink? The trio transform into baby flamingos to find out. Learn about whales and their habits. Luna, Jupiter and Clyde are excited to see a blue whale for the very first time. They are amazed at the...
Aussie Animal | The Coral Choral
Luna's family is enjoying time in Australia. They see an animal they don't recognize and think it must be imaginary. But it's a real animal called a platypus. What is a platypus? Luna, Jupiter, and Clyde are on a canoe ride around the islands of Papua New Guinea. The water is crystal clear, and t...
All Stretched Out | Voyager’s Voyage
Luna's family is at a sanctuary in Africa when they see a herd of zebras with a giraffe towering over them. It gets them wondering . . . how did the giraffe's neck get so long? While visiting the ALMA observatory in the Atacama Desert, Luna, Jupiter and Clyde hear about Voyager 1 for the first t...