Xploration Station is a science-based television network consisting of several educational/informational TV designed to get everyone excited about science. Our award-winning programs work to inspire families and students to become interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) and ultimately pursue careers in STEM-related fields.
Host Steve Spangler, Ellen Show regular, shows viewers how to conduct amazing science experiments in their own homes! Steve explores a different science concept each episode, using everyday items for his fun experiments — proving that anyone can be a scientist.
Ever wonder how to pull a tablecloth out from under the dishes of a set table? Host Steve Spangler shows you how to do it, along with other experiments you can do at home that prove the laws of inertia. It all leads to a demonstration of how to build your own hovercraft!
Steve Spangler is famous for being the scientist who popularized throwing Mentos in a bottle of soda to create a gushing soda geyser. He “supersizes” that stunt with a hundred soda bottles! Plus, other demonstrations you can do at home that reveal the secrets of soda.
Steve Spangler shows you how to make your own automatic toilet paper launcher, using the same science principles that keep an airplane in the air. Plus, how you can create a do-it-yourself smoke ring bazooka and a high-speed ping pong ball launcher.
You can be a do-it-yourself NASA, with simple rockets you can make at home from stuff you can buy at the hardware store. Host Steve Spangler shows you how to make high-flying rockets using soda bottles, balloons, vinegar and straws.
It may be invisible, but it can put out a fire, change your voice and soak your friends when you use it in a prank. It’s the power of gas. And host Steve Spangler shows you how to harness that power at home. Then, Steve locks 25 people in a truck with a thousand mini-rockets filled with water and...
Steve Spangler reveals amazing science tricks you can do with an ordinary egg. He shows how to fold up an egg and put it in your pocket. And you’ll find out the secret to walking on eggs without a runny mess.