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NASACast combines the content of all the NASACast subject area podcasts into a single omnibus podcast. Here you'll find the latest news and features on NASA's missions as well as the popular "This Week @NASA" newsreel.
 
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NASACast combines the content of all the NASACast subject area podcasts into a single omnibus podcast. Here you'll find the latest news and features on NASA's missions as well as the popular "This Week @NASA" newsreel.
 
A weekly podcast devoted to the exploration of space, with updates on what is happening in the space flight world as well as looking back at some of the key moments and figures involved with the evolution of space flight. Presented by historian Emily Carney and space nerd Dave Giles. More info: https://www.spaceandthingspodcast.com Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/spaceandthings. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
This Week in Space podcast covers the new space age. Every Friday we take a deep dive into a fascinating topic. What’s happening with the new race to the moon and other planets? When will SpaceX or NASA really send people to Mars? Join Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik from Space.com on This Week in Space. Subscribe today on your favorite podcatcher. New episodes posted every Friday.
 
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The Weekly Space Hangout with Fraser Cain and our team of Journalists brings you the latest in space news as well as interviews with special guests from the space and science community. This podcast is funded through Patreon.com/CosmoQuestX and produced out of the Planetary Science Institute.
 
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Join NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine as he explores all aspects of America's space program and embeds you into critical conversations about how NASA pioneers the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.
 
Join a degree-holding physicist and a card-carrying science enthusiast, as we cover the ins-and-outs of scientific subjects, ranging from astronomy to particle physics, and everything in between! We’ll also get into the details of the technology used to discover the secrets of the universe.
 
Join a degree-holding physicist and a card-carrying science enthusiast, as we cover the ins-and-outs of scientific subjects, ranging from astronomy to particle physics, and everything in between! We’ll also get into the details of the technology used to discover the secrets of the universe.
 
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Join a degree-holding physicist and a card-carrying science enthusiast, as we cover the ins-and-outs of scientific subjects, ranging from astronomy to particle physics, and everything in between! We’ll also get into the details of the technology used to discover the secrets of the universe.
 
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Join a degree-holding physicist and a card-carrying science enthusiast, as we cover the ins-and-outs of scientific subjects, ranging from astronomy to particle physics, and everything in between! We’ll also get into the details of the technology used to discover the secrets of the universe.
 
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NASA is 64 years old and has sometimes acted like it. Back in 2010, when Lori Garver became the number two at the space agency, commercial space was just a glimmer on the horizon, and it was business as usual. The week we talk to Lori about her new book about her time at NASA, "Escaping Gravity," and how she helped to reinvent the world's favorite …
 
To honour the upcoming launch of Artemis-1, the first uncrewed flight of the Artemis program we present to you an interview with Artemis Crew Training Officer Tamara York to find out what the astronauts hoping to fly on future missions might be up to right now. The Artemis Program: https://www.nasa.gov/specials/artemis/ Emily’s Article: The Ninetie…
 
A robotic explorer on Mars is celebrating 10 years on the red planet. NASA’s Curiosity rover launched from Cape Canaveral in 2011 and landed on Mars in August 2012. Its mission is to explore the geology of Mars and determine if the planet ever contained conditions favorable to life in a region called Gale Crater. Despite a decade on the planet — th…
 
Deke Slayton is a legend in the space flight world, but how much do we know about him? Well this week we're joined by his son Kent, and Alyssa Young, the executive director of the Deke Slayton Memorial Museum, to find out more. We thought this would be a discussion about the legacy of Deke, but it ended up being so much more. Deke Slayton Museum: h…
 
Last year, the Russian military blew up a defunct satellite in orbit — creating tens of thousands of pieces of space debris that remain a threat to astronauts and satellites in space. The U.S. government condemned the test and vowed to not conduct similar weapons tests in space. But according to the Outer Space Treaty, an international agreement si…
 
We've seen grandiose visions of our future in space in science fiction since the early 20th century. The Golden Age of pulp sci-fi ramped this up, then came Star Trek and other, more realistic depictions. While fiction and reality don't often align, there's more here than meets the eye. Join us for this fascinating look into the future. Host: Rod P…
 
On July 30th, actress Nichelle Nichols passed away at the age of 89. While best known for portraying Lieutenant Uhura in Star Trek, she also played a huge role in shaping NASA in the late 1970s, so we thought it was a great time to discuss that, and the link between space flight and Star Trek. We asked Emily's boss at Celestis, Charles Chafer, if h…
 
The James Webb Space Telescope is giving us stunning views of far-away galaxies, dying stars, and cosmic nurseries. The telescope also has the ability to peer at far-away planets and see what their atmospheres are made of, getting us one step closer to answering one of astronomy’s biggest questions: Are we alone? We’ll speak with Paul Byrne, a plan…
 
America's supply of technically-educated workers is drying up, and the space industry scrambles to find qualified candidates. Engaging more kids, especially girls and diverse populations, in science and engineering is critical. Janet Ivey, creator and host of the hit PBS show "Janet's Planet," has some ideas on how! Host: Rod Pyle Co-Host: Geoffrey…
 
For our 100th episode, we decided that we’d like to talk some more about Skylab, and why not talk to one of the astronauts who lived onboard back in 1973, Dr. Joseph Kerwin. Dr Kerwin doesn’t have any social media pages, but learn more about Skylab in the book he co-wrote with Owen Garriott and David Hitt: Homesteading Space: The Skylab Story. Full…
 
Commercial companies are setting ambitious goals and heading into deep space. Rocket company Relativity Space and propulsion company Impulse Space have inked a deal to send the first commercial mission to Mars. It won’t be easy — only two countries, the U.S. and China, have successfully deployed science missions on Mars, and roughly half of the spa…
 
Isaac Arthur joins Rod Pyle to discuss alien megastructures in detail. If an alien civilization is sufficiently advanced, physicist and visionary futurist Freeman Dyson theorized they might build a livable structure that would be large enough to encompass their own star. Called a Dyson Sphere, the idea was popularized in episodes of Star Trek. Cred…
 
This week we welcome back author Gerald Brennan, who we previously spoke to on episode 54. He has just released a brand new book called “Alone On The Moon - A Soviet Lunar Odyssey” - so we decided it’s the perfect time to have a catch up. Gerald Brennan: http://www.tortoisebooks.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jerry_brennan Altered Space Series: …
 
It’s been a week since the first James Webb Space Telescope images captivated scientists and the general public alike. Aside from bringing stunning images of the cosmos, the observations are propelling astronomy to new heights. So what can scientists see from these new images? We’ll speak with Embry Riddle physics professor Terry Oswalt about how s…
 
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