Related Program: All Things Considered How Seattle became a major player in the new space race By Andy Hurst & Kim Malcolm • Jun 21, 2016 Related Program: All Things Considered TweetShareGoogle+Email An image from the Hubble space telescope. Flickr Photo/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (CC BY 2.0)/https://flic.kr/p/EhQBf2 Listen Listening... / 4:41 Kim Malcolm talks with Geekwire's Alan Boyle about how the Seattle area became a major hub for the entrepreneurial space industry. This week, Seattle is hosting NewSpace 2016, the industry's largest annual conference. Tags: science the recordtechnologyspaceTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content This is what a concussion sounds like By Conor Gormally • Jun 20, 2016 KUOW Photo/Conor Gormally A school assembly on the first day at Garfield High School sounds like this: But to Daisy Emminger, a Seattle freshman suffering from a concussion, it sounded like this: "It was just overwhelming," Emminger said. "And painful." Listen Listening... / 6:00 Mystery sharks in Seattle: They were here then they disappeared By Emily Fox & Andy Hurst • Jun 20, 2016 Screenshot from YouTube Listen Listening... / 4:54 Emily Fox talks with filmmaker Michael Werner about his new documentary, "Mystery Sharks of Seattle." It airs on Wednesday at 9 p.m. on KCTS. How to keep worms from your backyard apples By Ann Dornfeld • Jun 20, 2016 KUOW Photo/Ann Dornfeld There’s an old joke: What’s worse than finding a worm in your apple? Finding half a worm. Listen Listening... / 3:38 Sound Transit: Light rail and heavy marketing By John Ryan • Jun 19, 2016 Flickr Photo/Sound Transit Listen Listening... / 5:46 The launch party for the two light rail stations was, in hindsight, “too much.” The consultants, tote bags, security and ads – it added up to $858,000 of taxpayer money.