"Apollo 13: Troubleshooting . . . IN SPACE!"

Darla and SAM receive Distant Signals from the Apollo 13 space mission. Was this inspiring adventure really an example of troubleshooting? Professional troubleshooter Jason Maxham completely randomly returns in this Very Special Episode.                      

"Dust in the Solar Wind"

Darla Danger interviews Margaret Meixner, Distinguished Astronomer at Space Telescope Science Institute — the science operations center for the Hubble Space Telescope. What exactly is the dust between stars? Where does it come from? How can we see space clouds? And can Darla somehow learn more about the Project?  

"Conditions for Operation"

There is an interview. Darla Danger completely randomly interviews Jason Maxham, professional troubleshooter and author of The Art of Troubleshooting. Will Darla’s first interview go well? Will it help to further the Project? What are “conditions for operation”? And does one, in fact, troubleshoot a lightbulb?  

"Distant Signals"

The plot thickens. Darla Danger learns more about her father’s work. Can she trust her strange new friend? Will she find a new purpose in life? What are Distant Signals? And, seriously, aren’t there supposed to be interviews?                          

"1-B Edison Way"

The story continues. Darla Danger makes a startling discovery. What has she stumbled upon? Will it help her find out what happened to her father? Or will it just make fun of her name? Will there ever actually be an interview?                          

"1-A Edison Way"

The story begins. Darla Danger arrives at her old family estate. Why did her missing father send her here? Why is the house still standing? Does it really have to be raining? And what’s Tennyson got to do with anything?                            

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