Episode 69: Wide Open

The sky is full of mystery. It’s big, expansive, and—despite a century of powered human flight—outside our realm of control. Which is why, for centuries, humans have expected things to come down from the sky and harm us. It might sound crazy now, but the possibilities are wide open. And that might not be a good thing.

Written and produced by Aaron Mahnke, with research assistance from Marcet Crockett.

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