Houston We Have a Podcast

Crew Flight Test: The Astronauts

April 19, 2024|

NASA’s Boeing Crew Flight Test Commander Butch Wilmore and Pilot Suni Williams discuss their astronaut journeys and preparation to be the first humans to fly Starliner. HWHAP Episode 332. Read More - Houston We Have [...]

Crew Flight Test: The Mission

April 12, 2024|

Flight directors discuss NASA’s Boeing Crew Flight Test and the operations behind this historic mission. HWHAP Episode 331. Read More - Houston We Have a Podcast

Eclipse Across North America 2024

April 5, 2024|

On April 8, the total solar eclipse across the United States will be the last for 20 years. A NASA flight controller discusses all you need to know about the eclipse, how to best witness [...]

Mars Audio Log #8

March 29, 2024|

The CHAPEA crew checks in on their eighth month in a Mars simulated habitat and a NASA biostatistician discusses the process of analysis, interpretation, and presentation of scientific data. HWHAP Episode 329. Read More - [...]

VIPER

March 22, 2024|

NASA's Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, also known as VIPER, is the agency’s first robotic lunar rover. Learn more about VIPER and its journey to the lunar surface. HWHAP Episode 328. Read More - Houston [...]

Electrician to Astronaut

March 15, 2024|

NASA astronaut Tracy C. Dyson discusses her background and anticipation as she looks ahead to the beginning of her third spaceflight later this month. HWHAP Episode 327. Read More - Houston We Have a Podcast

Planetary Radio

Tabletops and telescopes: NASA’s RPG and the hunt for habitable worlds

April 17, 2024|

This week on Planetary Radio, we explore "The Lost Universe," NASA's first tabletop role-playing game, with Christina Mitchell, a senior multimedia specialist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland, U.S.A. Then, we'll shift our [...]

Radiolab helps name a quasi-moon of Venus

April 10, 2024|

Sometimes, misunderstandings can spark beautiful adventures. This week on Planetary Radio, we explore the story behind the naming of Zoozve, a quasi-moon of Venus, with Latif Nasser, co-host of Radiolab. He shares how a typo [...]

Space Policy Edition: Real and Acceptable Reasons for Space Exploration

April 5, 2024|

Former NASA Administrator Mike Griffin joins the Space Policy Edition to discuss his notable 2007 speech outlining the tension between so-called “real” and “acceptable” reasons for space exploration. “Acceptable” reasons for space exploration are logical, [...]

Syzygy science: Discoveries made during total solar eclipses

April 3, 2024|

Planetary Radio marks its last show before the Apr. 8 total solar eclipse with a look back at discoveries made during totality. Planetary Society science editor Asa Stahl shares why solar maximum is excellent for [...]

Eclipse Tips: A guide to safe observing and astrophotography

March 27, 2024|

On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will sweep across North America. Ron Benner, the President of the American Optometric Association, joins Planetary Radio to share safety tips to protect your eyes during partiality. [...]

The asteroid hunter

March 20, 2024|

Behind every space mission is a tale of hard work, love, and perseverance. Dante Lauretta, the principal investigator for NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission, joins Planetary Radio to share stories from his new book, "The Asteroid Hunter." [...]

Houston We Have a Podcast

Crew Flight Test: The Astronauts

April 19, 2024|

NASA’s Boeing Crew Flight Test Commander Butch Wilmore and Pilot Suni Williams discuss their astronaut journeys and preparation to be the first humans to fly Starliner. HWHAP Episode 332. Read More - Houston We Have [...]

Crew Flight Test: The Mission

April 12, 2024|

Flight directors discuss NASA’s Boeing Crew Flight Test and the operations behind this historic mission. HWHAP Episode 331. Read More - Houston We Have a Podcast

Eclipse Across North America 2024

April 5, 2024|

On April 8, the total solar eclipse across the United States will be the last for 20 years. A NASA flight controller discusses all you need to know about the eclipse, how to best witness [...]

Mars Audio Log #8

March 29, 2024|

The CHAPEA crew checks in on their eighth month in a Mars simulated habitat and a NASA biostatistician discusses the process of analysis, interpretation, and presentation of scientific data. HWHAP Episode 329. Read More - [...]

VIPER

March 22, 2024|

NASA's Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, also known as VIPER, is the agency’s first robotic lunar rover. Learn more about VIPER and its journey to the lunar surface. HWHAP Episode 328. Read More - Houston [...]

Electrician to Astronaut

March 15, 2024|

NASA astronaut Tracy C. Dyson discusses her background and anticipation as she looks ahead to the beginning of her third spaceflight later this month. HWHAP Episode 327. Read More - Houston We Have a Podcast

Planetary Radio

Tabletops and telescopes: NASA’s RPG and the hunt for habitable worlds

April 17, 2024|

This week on Planetary Radio, we explore "The Lost Universe," NASA's first tabletop role-playing game, with Christina Mitchell, a senior multimedia specialist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland, U.S.A. Then, we'll shift our [...]

Radiolab helps name a quasi-moon of Venus

April 10, 2024|

Sometimes, misunderstandings can spark beautiful adventures. This week on Planetary Radio, we explore the story behind the naming of Zoozve, a quasi-moon of Venus, with Latif Nasser, co-host of Radiolab. He shares how a typo [...]

Space Policy Edition: Real and Acceptable Reasons for Space Exploration

April 5, 2024|

Former NASA Administrator Mike Griffin joins the Space Policy Edition to discuss his notable 2007 speech outlining the tension between so-called “real” and “acceptable” reasons for space exploration. “Acceptable” reasons for space exploration are logical, [...]

Syzygy science: Discoveries made during total solar eclipses

April 3, 2024|

Planetary Radio marks its last show before the Apr. 8 total solar eclipse with a look back at discoveries made during totality. Planetary Society science editor Asa Stahl shares why solar maximum is excellent for [...]

Eclipse Tips: A guide to safe observing and astrophotography

March 27, 2024|

On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will sweep across North America. Ron Benner, the President of the American Optometric Association, joins Planetary Radio to share safety tips to protect your eyes during partiality. [...]

The asteroid hunter

March 20, 2024|

Behind every space mission is a tale of hard work, love, and perseverance. Dante Lauretta, the principal investigator for NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission, joins Planetary Radio to share stories from his new book, "The Asteroid Hunter." [...]

Main Engine Cutoff

T+273: Mars Sample Return

April 18, 2024|

NASA is heading back to the drawing board for a Mars Sample Return architecture, and is accepting proposals for mission studies by May. I talk about a few takeaways from the communication of that plan, [...]

T+272: Moon Rovers, Space Stations, and Starships

April 12, 2024|

NASA selected 3 teams to work on unpressurized rovers for Artemis, while Japan signed on officially to provide a pressurized rover in exchange for seats on Artemis landers. Elsewhere, Mitsubishi took a stake in Starlab, [...]

T+271: Checking in on the Chinese Space Industry (with Andrew Jones)

March 19, 2024|

Andrew Jones returns to the show to catch up on the Chinese space industry—Tiangong, reusable launchers, constellations, and the Moon. This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 35 executive producers—Tyler, [...]

T+270: K2 Space (with Neel Kunjur, Co-Founder and CTO)

March 14, 2024|

Neel Kunjur, Co-Founder and CTO of K2 Space, joins me to talk about their vision for the future of satellites and the wider space industry, what they’ve been up to lately, and what their roadmap [...]

T+268: IM-1, CLPS, NASA Budget (with Eric Berger)

February 29, 2024|

Eric Berger of Ars Technica joins me to talk about Intuitive Machine’s successful landing despite so many issues on the mission, the future of CLPS, and the tough questions facing NASA and its budget. This [...]

Space & Satellite Professionals International

Better Satellite World: Intelligence from Space

March 15, 2024|

In this Better Satellite World podcast, SSPI's Lou Zacharilla speaks with John Murtagh, Head of Strategy at Airbus Defence and Space - Intelligence. They discuss John's work with Airbus' Intelligence program unit and the key [...]

Satellites & Ukraine, Part 1 – Reporting from the Ground in Ukraine

March 8, 2024|

In this Better Satellite World podcast, recorded as a special bonus interview after of the February edition of the New York Space Business Roundtable, SSPI's Lou Zacharilla speaks with TIME Magazine reporter Vera Bergengruen, who [...]

Main Engine Cutoff

T+273: Mars Sample Return

April 18, 2024|

NASA is heading back to the drawing board for a Mars Sample Return architecture, and is accepting proposals for mission studies by May. I talk about a few takeaways from the communication of that plan, [...]

T+272: Moon Rovers, Space Stations, and Starships

April 12, 2024|

NASA selected 3 teams to work on unpressurized rovers for Artemis, while Japan signed on officially to provide a pressurized rover in exchange for seats on Artemis landers. Elsewhere, Mitsubishi took a stake in Starlab, [...]

T+271: Checking in on the Chinese Space Industry (with Andrew Jones)

March 19, 2024|

Andrew Jones returns to the show to catch up on the Chinese space industry—Tiangong, reusable launchers, constellations, and the Moon. This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 35 executive producers—Tyler, [...]

T+270: K2 Space (with Neel Kunjur, Co-Founder and CTO)

March 14, 2024|

Neel Kunjur, Co-Founder and CTO of K2 Space, joins me to talk about their vision for the future of satellites and the wider space industry, what they’ve been up to lately, and what their roadmap [...]

T+268: IM-1, CLPS, NASA Budget (with Eric Berger)

February 29, 2024|

Eric Berger of Ars Technica joins me to talk about Intuitive Machine’s successful landing despite so many issues on the mission, the future of CLPS, and the tough questions facing NASA and its budget. This [...]

Space & Satellite Professionals International

Better Satellite World: Intelligence from Space

March 15, 2024|

In this Better Satellite World podcast, SSPI's Lou Zacharilla speaks with John Murtagh, Head of Strategy at Airbus Defence and Space - Intelligence. They discuss John's work with Airbus' Intelligence program unit and the key [...]

Satellites & Ukraine, Part 1 – Reporting from the Ground in Ukraine

March 8, 2024|

In this Better Satellite World podcast, recorded as a special bonus interview after of the February edition of the New York Space Business Roundtable, SSPI's Lou Zacharilla speaks with TIME Magazine reporter Vera Bergengruen, who [...]

Are We There Yet

To the moon, for good?

November 30, 2022|

NASA’s Artemis I mission is past its halfway mark — the uncrewed Orion capsule slinging past the far side of the moon. The next big step is making it back to Earth safe. The mission [...]

From the moon to Mars

November 22, 2022|

NASA’s Artemis I mission has made it to the moon. The milestone mission launched last week from Kennedy Space Center, ushering in a new chapter of lunar exploration. We’ll hear from NASASpaceflight.com assistant managing editor [...]

Artemis I, take three

November 15, 2022|

NASA’s next moon mission could take flight this week. Artemis I is poised to launch from Kennedy Space Center as early as Wednesday morning. The mission has faced a handful of obstacles, from engine issues, [...]

The Pillars of Creation in a brand new light

November 3, 2022|

The Pillars of Creation image captured by the Hubble Space Telescope has captivated space fans for decades. Now, we’re getting a fresh new look at this cosmic nursery thanks to the James Webb Space Telescope. [...]

Zero G and I feel fine

October 26, 2022|

What’s it like to feel weightless, like the astronauts on the International Space Station? Brian Bartelo is a 6th grader from Buffalo, New York. He entered an essay contest to win a trip on a [...]

From the Space Shuttle to Starship

October 18, 2022|

For three decades, the Space Shuttle program carried 355 astronauts into orbit on 135 missions. And it took a team of thousands of engineers, technicians and other employees to keep the program flying. A new [...]

Off Nominal

149 – Bob from Valves, Inc.

April 18, 2024|

Jake and Anthony are joined by Aria Alamalhodaei, reporter at TechCrunch, to talk about valves, getting footage of Astra’s explosions, Mars Sample Return, and everything else that has been going on lately, including cursed eclipses. [...]

148 – Keep the Meter Running

April 11, 2024|

Jake and Anthony catch up after some travels, unfortunate events, clouds, news, and hijinks. Topics Off-Nominal - YouTubeEpisode 148 - Keep the Meter Running - YouTubeJake Robins on X: "if you're about to have a [...]

147 – Bouncy Castle Payload Adapter

March 28, 2024|

Jake is joined my Simon Stähler from ETH Zürich to talk about the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Topics Off-Nominal - YouTube147 - Bouncy Castle Payload Adapter - YouTubeEclipse 2024 Meetup - Off-NominalJake's new blog [...]

146 – Stocking the Shelves

March 21, 2024|

Jake and Anthony are joined by Paul Niles, CLPS project scientist at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, to talk about the science side of CLPS. Topics Off-Nominal - YouTubeEpisode 146 - Stocking the Shelves - YouTubeEclipse [...]

145 – Space Elevator Jazz

March 14, 2024|

Jake and Anthony are joined by Michael Sheetz, space reporter from CNBC, to talk about Starship’s third flight, recent earnings calls, whatever Astra is up to, and…there’s way too much on our list. Topics Off-Nominal [...]

144 – The Tube Man

March 7, 2024|

Jake and Anthony are joined by Swapna Krishna to catch up on space science news, and to talk about her projects like Ad Astra, Stargazing, and more. Topics Off-Nominal - YouTubeEpisode 144 - The Tube [...]

Are We There Yet

To the moon, for good?

November 30, 2022|

NASA’s Artemis I mission is past its halfway mark — the uncrewed Orion capsule slinging past the far side of the moon. The next big step is making it back to Earth safe. The mission [...]

From the moon to Mars

November 22, 2022|

NASA’s Artemis I mission has made it to the moon. The milestone mission launched last week from Kennedy Space Center, ushering in a new chapter of lunar exploration. We’ll hear from NASASpaceflight.com assistant managing editor [...]

Artemis I, take three

November 15, 2022|

NASA’s next moon mission could take flight this week. Artemis I is poised to launch from Kennedy Space Center as early as Wednesday morning. The mission has faced a handful of obstacles, from engine issues, [...]

The Pillars of Creation in a brand new light

November 3, 2022|

The Pillars of Creation image captured by the Hubble Space Telescope has captivated space fans for decades. Now, we’re getting a fresh new look at this cosmic nursery thanks to the James Webb Space Telescope. [...]

Zero G and I feel fine

October 26, 2022|

What’s it like to feel weightless, like the astronauts on the International Space Station? Brian Bartelo is a 6th grader from Buffalo, New York. He entered an essay contest to win a trip on a [...]

From the Space Shuttle to Starship

October 18, 2022|

For three decades, the Space Shuttle program carried 355 astronauts into orbit on 135 missions. And it took a team of thousands of engineers, technicians and other employees to keep the program flying. A new [...]

Off Nominal

149 – Bob from Valves, Inc.

April 18, 2024|

Jake and Anthony are joined by Aria Alamalhodaei, reporter at TechCrunch, to talk about valves, getting footage of Astra’s explosions, Mars Sample Return, and everything else that has been going on lately, including cursed eclipses. [...]

148 – Keep the Meter Running

April 11, 2024|

Jake and Anthony catch up after some travels, unfortunate events, clouds, news, and hijinks. Topics Off-Nominal - YouTubeEpisode 148 - Keep the Meter Running - YouTubeJake Robins on X: "if you're about to have a [...]

147 – Bouncy Castle Payload Adapter

March 28, 2024|

Jake is joined my Simon Stähler from ETH Zürich to talk about the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Topics Off-Nominal - YouTube147 - Bouncy Castle Payload Adapter - YouTubeEclipse 2024 Meetup - Off-NominalJake's new blog [...]

146 – Stocking the Shelves

March 21, 2024|

Jake and Anthony are joined by Paul Niles, CLPS project scientist at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, to talk about the science side of CLPS. Topics Off-Nominal - YouTubeEpisode 146 - Stocking the Shelves - YouTubeEclipse [...]

145 – Space Elevator Jazz

March 14, 2024|

Jake and Anthony are joined by Michael Sheetz, space reporter from CNBC, to talk about Starship’s third flight, recent earnings calls, whatever Astra is up to, and…there’s way too much on our list. Topics Off-Nominal [...]

144 – The Tube Man

March 7, 2024|

Jake and Anthony are joined by Swapna Krishna to catch up on space science news, and to talk about her projects like Ad Astra, Stargazing, and more. Topics Off-Nominal - YouTubeEpisode 144 - The Tube [...]

Constellations

177 – Playing Poker, Changing Mindsets and Space Superiority

April 10, 2024|

Listen to Colonel Michael Christensen, currently stationed at the Pentagon and serving as the director of test and evaluation for the US Space Force. Discover why it's imperative to transform our testing approach to meet [...]

175 – Spectrum Sharing, Laser Networks and Open Access

March 13, 2024|

On this Constellations Podcast hear about a communications network that does not have to touch the Internet. Declan Ganley, CEO of Rivada and Konrad Nieradka, Vice President of Product Management of Rivada discuss connected communications [...]

Space Gab

Space Gab Podcast #220 for 27 Feb 2023

February 27, 2023|

SpaceX Crew-6 launch scrubbed due to technical issues, The UK Space Agency has announced over £50 million for UK companies to develop communication and navigation services for missions to the Moon. European Space Agency’s Moonlight [...]

Space Gab Podcast #219 for 20 Feb 2023

February 20, 2023|

John Glenn made history #OTD in 1962 when he became the first American to orbit the Earth. He made 3 orbits, North Korean state TV aired footage Sunday of a Hwasong-15 ICBM launch conducted, Sunday [...]

Space Gab Podcast #218 for 13 Feb 2023

February 13, 2023|

Space Gab still 12th of top 70, Soyuz and Progress spacecraft leak updates, Asteroid SAR2667 was predicted and entered the atmosphere with many capturing videos of the meteor entry, More unidentified objects aka balloons being [...]

Space Gab Podcast #217 for 06 Feb 2023

February 6, 2023|

Earthquakes in Turkey and New York but HAARP not at fault, China balloon has everyone looking up until it was shot down, but are there more China balloons, evening orbital pass of the International Space [...]

Space Gab Podcast #216 for 30 Jan 2023

January 30, 2023|

Kennedy Space Center as seen from the ISS, China producing detailed and exciting space promotion videos to attract youth and explorers, January 27th 1967 The hell of Apollo 1: Pure oxygen, a single spark, and [...]

Space Gab Podcast #215 for 23 Jan 2023

January 23, 2023|

NASA is suspending efforts, at least until late next year, to try to fully deploy a solar array on its Lucy spacecraft, Rocket Lab now targeting Tuesday Jan 24th for first Electron mission from Virginia, [...]

Constellations

177 – Playing Poker, Changing Mindsets and Space Superiority

April 10, 2024|

Listen to Colonel Michael Christensen, currently stationed at the Pentagon and serving as the director of test and evaluation for the US Space Force. Discover why it's imperative to transform our testing approach to meet [...]

175 – Spectrum Sharing, Laser Networks and Open Access

March 13, 2024|

On this Constellations Podcast hear about a communications network that does not have to touch the Internet. Declan Ganley, CEO of Rivada and Konrad Nieradka, Vice President of Product Management of Rivada discuss connected communications [...]

Space Gab

Space Gab Podcast #220 for 27 Feb 2023

February 27, 2023|

SpaceX Crew-6 launch scrubbed due to technical issues, The UK Space Agency has announced over £50 million for UK companies to develop communication and navigation services for missions to the Moon. European Space Agency’s Moonlight [...]

Space Gab Podcast #219 for 20 Feb 2023

February 20, 2023|

John Glenn made history #OTD in 1962 when he became the first American to orbit the Earth. He made 3 orbits, North Korean state TV aired footage Sunday of a Hwasong-15 ICBM launch conducted, Sunday [...]

Space Gab Podcast #218 for 13 Feb 2023

February 13, 2023|

Space Gab still 12th of top 70, Soyuz and Progress spacecraft leak updates, Asteroid SAR2667 was predicted and entered the atmosphere with many capturing videos of the meteor entry, More unidentified objects aka balloons being [...]

Space Gab Podcast #217 for 06 Feb 2023

February 6, 2023|

Earthquakes in Turkey and New York but HAARP not at fault, China balloon has everyone looking up until it was shot down, but are there more China balloons, evening orbital pass of the International Space [...]

Space Gab Podcast #216 for 30 Jan 2023

January 30, 2023|

Kennedy Space Center as seen from the ISS, China producing detailed and exciting space promotion videos to attract youth and explorers, January 27th 1967 The hell of Apollo 1: Pure oxygen, a single spark, and [...]

Space Gab Podcast #215 for 23 Jan 2023

January 23, 2023|

NASA is suspending efforts, at least until late next year, to try to fully deploy a solar array on its Lucy spacecraft, Rocket Lab now targeting Tuesday Jan 24th for first Electron mission from Virginia, [...]

SpaceWatch Global

The Space Cafe Podcast #054: Ane Aanesland, CEO of ThrustMe – A life between new propulsion technologies and Arctic adventures.

July 16, 2022|

SpaceWatch.Global is pleased to present: The Space Cafe Podcast #54 Ane Aanesland, CEO of ThrustMe. A life between new propulsion technologies and Arctic adventures. Ane Aanesland's company ThrustMe single-handedly developed a revolutionary iodine-based propulsion system that even NASA cut [...]

We Martians

135 – A Farewell to InSight (feat. Bruce Banerdt)

February 9, 2023|

NASA's InSight mission landed in 2018 and completed its primary mission two years later. From there it pursued an extended mission, gathering as much scientific data as it could before ultimately ending late last year [...]

Goodbye, for now

January 30, 2023|

After seven years of exploring the solar system, Jake is ready to move on to new projects. Hear his final thoughts on WeMartians. Stay in Touch Patreon (https://www.wemartians.com/support)WeMartians Shop (shop.wemartians.com)Mailing List (https://wemartians.com/signup)Twitter (@we_martians)Jake’s Twitter (@JakeOnOrbit)Off-Nominal [...]

134 – Blood, Sweat, and Rockets (feat. MG Lord)

January 29, 2023|

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has a storied history of exploration, but if you go back far enough the stories get pretty wild. Its early days feature a gutsy team of rocket engineers blowing up engines [...]

133 – The State of the Moon (feat. Brendan Byrne and Emilee Speck)

January 10, 2023|

Last year saw a successful Artemis 1 flight, the launch of multiple lunar robotic missions, and the continued development of the CLPS program. What's ahead for 2023? Will it continue this string of exciting progress [...]

132 – Artemis Ahead (feat. Eric Berger)

December 13, 2022|

The Artemis I Orion capsule splashed down in the Pacific this week, a triumphant finale to a mission that faced so many challenges getting to launch. With Artemis I behind us, what's ahead for the [...]

131 – Juno at Europa (feat. Scott Bolton)

November 3, 2022|

Juno has been exploring the Jupiter system since 2016, and has taught us a lot about the clouds, the magnetosphere, and the origin of the largest planet in our solar system. Now in its extended [...]

SpaceWatch Global

The Space Cafe Podcast #054: Ane Aanesland, CEO of ThrustMe – A life between new propulsion technologies and Arctic adventures.

July 16, 2022|

SpaceWatch.Global is pleased to present: The Space Cafe Podcast #54 Ane Aanesland, CEO of ThrustMe. A life between new propulsion technologies and Arctic adventures. Ane Aanesland's company ThrustMe single-handedly developed a revolutionary iodine-based propulsion system that even NASA cut [...]

We Martians

135 – A Farewell to InSight (feat. Bruce Banerdt)

February 9, 2023|

NASA's InSight mission landed in 2018 and completed its primary mission two years later. From there it pursued an extended mission, gathering as much scientific data as it could before ultimately ending late last year [...]

Goodbye, for now

January 30, 2023|

After seven years of exploring the solar system, Jake is ready to move on to new projects. Hear his final thoughts on WeMartians. Stay in Touch Patreon (https://www.wemartians.com/support)WeMartians Shop (shop.wemartians.com)Mailing List (https://wemartians.com/signup)Twitter (@we_martians)Jake’s Twitter (@JakeOnOrbit)Off-Nominal [...]

134 – Blood, Sweat, and Rockets (feat. MG Lord)

January 29, 2023|

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has a storied history of exploration, but if you go back far enough the stories get pretty wild. Its early days feature a gutsy team of rocket engineers blowing up engines [...]

133 – The State of the Moon (feat. Brendan Byrne and Emilee Speck)

January 10, 2023|

Last year saw a successful Artemis 1 flight, the launch of multiple lunar robotic missions, and the continued development of the CLPS program. What's ahead for 2023? Will it continue this string of exciting progress [...]

132 – Artemis Ahead (feat. Eric Berger)

December 13, 2022|

The Artemis I Orion capsule splashed down in the Pacific this week, a triumphant finale to a mission that faced so many challenges getting to launch. With Artemis I behind us, what's ahead for the [...]

131 – Juno at Europa (feat. Scott Bolton)

November 3, 2022|

Juno has been exploring the Jupiter system since 2016, and has taught us a lot about the clouds, the magnetosphere, and the origin of the largest planet in our solar system. Now in its extended [...]