Emerald Robinson: Hello and welcome to the very first Best of the Daily Orbit. We're coming up on 150 episodes, so we thought we'd take a look back on how we got here.
Well, the consumer electronic show in Vegas is in full swing.
New research is further supporting the theory that water once flowed on Mars.
Lastly, the Astorid Apophis passed closely by earth.
And scientists are getting a little smarter at identifying what takes satellites out.
Emerald Robinson: My name is Emerald and I am a cell phone addict.
Ah, they do exist. Save our Bacon, save our Bacon.
It's a live; it's a live, a-ha-ha!
Mars and Mars and Mars.
Let's Bust it Gangnam Style!
Gangnam Style! Gangnam Style! Op, op, op, open Gangnam Style!
Here on the Daily Orbit, we learn a lot about science, our world, and our universe.... but sometimes things can get a little wacky...
Emerald Robinson: I am Emerald Robinson.
Are you there Emerald?
Emerald Robinson: See you tomorrow earthling. Say bye Baxter. Make it stop.
We are 900 years old generation as good, you were not.
Okay. I know I am a dork. Well that's all for today's daily orbit.
You got to step it up Robison. You smell purdy.
Hey baby, what you think of my antennas?
Ah, I am about to break me some robo booty.
Well, that's all for today's daily orbit. I simply have a headache.
You know, my mother always tells me not to sing in public and I just don't know why?
"Open the door get on the floor, everybody do the dinosaur."
Get up off that thing and dance till you feel better.
I always feel like somebody is watching me.
Walk like an Egyptian.
Ice, Ice Baby!
I got those good Bob Ray songs.
Can you paint with all the colors of the wind?
Emerald Robinson: Oh yeah! Now I get it. From everyone here at the Daily Orbit, thanks for watching and we'll see you right back here on Monday for our brand new episode!