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.
Mummies, dinosaurs and germs…Steve Spangler comes up with experiments, based on what’s on display at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Plus, find out what happens when you mix 10,000 ping-pong balls with buckets of explosives.
Steve Spangler shows you wacky experiments where the science is smart, but the tricks are crazy. Like, how to make a can of potato chips fly. Or, how to survive a swinging bowling ball on a rope, aimed right at your head!
Steve Spangler reveals the secrets of color, with amazing experiments you can do at home. He’ll show you how to create clouds of color with do-it-yourself rainbow powders. Plus, what ink manufacturers don’t want you to know about how they create colors.
Here are amazing projects – based on science – that you can build yourself, all with things you can buy at a hardware store. Steve Spangler shows how to create your own t-shirt launcher. Plus, discover the substance that makes jelly slide off bread and paint slide off a human body.
Fill a glass with water and make the water disappear! How to do it? Well, the secret is inside a product that’s on the shelves of your local supermarket. Steve Spangler roams the supermarket for things you can use to create your own science magic.
Steve Spangler shows how every day can be a spooky day with scary tricks and magic effects all based on science. Stage your own zombie party, complete with eerie, smoking beverages; supernatural bubbles and fake blood.
Steve Spangler reveals the secrets to science tricks and stunts that will amaze your friends. They’re all some of his favorite experiments – like explosive bubbles you can hold in your hand and freezing water with your mind!
Steve Spangler relaxes in his backyard with science tricks and inventions you can create outdoors. He exposes the secret to opening a car door with the power of your brain. And he reveals how to balance a ball on a spray of water.
Steve Spangler hosts the DIY SCI Contest for the most exciting demonstration of “Newton’s Third Law” – for every action there’s an equal and opposite reaction. The winner performs a super sized version of the experiment with Steve on this special edition of the show.
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.