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There’s a lot going on up there. Join space reporter Brendan Byrne each week as he explores space exploration. From efforts to launch humans into deep space, to the probes exploring our solar system, Are We There Yet? brings you the latest in news from the space beat. Listen to interviews with astronauts, engineers and visionaries as humanity takes its next giant leap exploring our universe.


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The Redcup Team is here to deliver their unfiltered takes on everything from sports, entertainment, politics and fashion. So grab a red cup, a bottle and enjoy. Follow Nigel on IG/Snapchat: @ijoke_ikidd89, Twitter: @ijoke_ikidd Follow Lamarr on IG/Snapchat/twitter: @thatboynice217 Follow Keith on IG: @_cheif_keith, Twitter: @_just_keith Follow Terrell and Journey if you can find them
Dave McLellan, retired Corvette Chief Engineer and author of a book on the Corvette brings you a podcast with an inside look at the Corvette. With almost two decade experience as Corvette Chief Engineer and then Engineering Director and his time spent with his predecessor Zora Arkus-Duntov he has a myriad of stories to tell that will be of interest any Corvette enthusiast. Some of these stories he told in his book, Corvette From the Inside, but many of them will be new. Dave will also discus ...
Welcome to The Andrea Show! It’s been a journey on TikTok as an active Black Lives Matter virtual activist. Here we can continue the show and grasp the events that are not only current but also historical. Here we can laugh, be positive, stay motivated , grow, share , and express our journey in our day to day life reaching our ultimate success! "To those of you already supporting the show with a monthly subscription, thank you. If you're not already a supporter, and you'd like to, become a s ...
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For the past six years, Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen has led NASA’s science division. From the deployment of the James Webb Space Telescope to landing a robot on Mars, Dr. Z has been at the helm for some of NASA’s most complex and critical science missions. At the end of this year, he’s leaving the agency.By Brendan Byrne
Two attempts to launch NASA’s new moon rocket SLS and deep space capsule Orion have been waived off -- facing a handful of issues including a hydrogen leak. Now, engineers are working on fixing the issues for an attempt as soon as the end of this month as NASA faces pressure to get this long-delayed and over-budget rocket to the moon.…
Lori Garver served as NASA deputy administrator, its second in command, during the Obama administration. It was a tumultuous time for the agency. The Space Shuttle was retiring, Obama canceled NASA’s costly Constellation program, and the agency was at odds with Congress on how to move NASA forward. Garver was there for all of those conversations an…
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