Person who commands, pilots, or serves as a crew member of a spacecraft
Interview with SpaceX Crew-3 pilot Tom Marshburn Crew-3 Launch currently scheduled for October 31, 2021 Dr. Thomas Marshburn is the pilot of the Crew Dragon spacecraft and second in command for the SpaceX Crew-3 mission. He is responsible for spacecraft systems and performance. Once aboard the International Space Station (ISS), he will serve as an... The post SpaceX Crew 3: The Pilot's Perspective – Interview with astronaut Dr. Thomas Marshburn appeared first on Your Online Coffee Break podcast.
China is launching hypersonic missiles and astronauts into space, while flying jets over Taiwan. Meanwhile, U.S. President Joe Biden's State Department is occupied with gender pronouns. GUEST: Mocha Bezirgan
The Bills dominate the Chiefs this past Sunday! This is my take on how the Bills defeated the Chiefs and put them in last place of the AFC North! Quiet Time with God-Where does my help come from? Baller of the Week is Astronaut StarBright Taylor Denise Richardson! according to steamsquad.org, Taylor Denise Richardson, is now 18 years old and is from Jacksonville, FL. She has aspirations of becoming a scientist, engineer, and an astronaut one day. She is an advocate, activist, speaker, and philanthropist. She has attended several NASA Space Centers including attending the US Space Rocket and Center, aka Space Camp, in Huntsville, AL when she was 9 years old. She is a member of The Mars Generation as a Student Space Ambassador, Boys and Girls Club of Northeast Florida, Nelson Mandela Resources Journey into Womanhood, Generation WOW girl ambassador, and the Delores weaver Foundation See the Girls which are the girls' empowerment clubs. Taylor is not only known as the girl who wants to bring other girls to the STEM table but also for her literacy efforts to ensure all kids have books to read. To date Taylor has read to over 500 kids and collected over 5000 books. Through her book drives entitled "Taylor's Take Flight with a Book" she hopes that every kid in Jacksonville will have books to allow them to take flight towards their own dreams and aspirations. For Mental Health Check In, find out what ADHD is and how young astronaut Taylor Denise Richardson reinvents it. My name is Keisha Swafford and I am a sports freelancer in Louisiana who is on my own spiritual and mental health journey. I started this podcast to hone my skills as a sports journalist, share my love for God, and fall in love with myself. I love talking sports with people in the industry, and I love helping people with their mental, physical, and spiritual health through sports podcasting, connecting with others, and networking. Join me for sports talk and self-discovery! I drop episodes every Monday at 7 am! Stay brave, stay bold, and stay ballin! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mtmv/support
If your website or online profile was a big red button, what would it say? Weird question I know. But let's look at it for a second. In those moments when we're most trying to make an impact, it's easy not to stop and think about what action we actually want people to take. We often get caught in our own bubble, how good does it look, how good does it sound, how likely are people to pay attention – and we totally forget about the one thing that counts. As a result of paying attention, what ONE action do we want people to take? On today's Inside Influence Podcast episode we talk to one of our most popular guests ever, hit TV Director and CEO whisperer Marion Farrelly. More listeners speak to me about my last podcast with Marion on “How to be interesting” than any other of my podcasts. In our second conversation together, we talk about how she has learnt to connect to audiences and to get them to take action. To give you an idea about how experienced she is in the arena of human attention EVERY show she has ever created has gone to No 1. - apart from those that went to No. 2 – and that was only because she had another show at No. 1! Today's Guest Marion FarrellyMarion Farrelly created, built and produced some of the most influential reality TV shows on the planet. Shows such as The X Factor, Big Brother, Celebrity Apprentice, Dancing with the Stars and Farmer Wants a Wife. Her content has been watched more than eight billion times worldwide and she's put more than ten thousand people on stage, who were then watched by hundreds of millions. She's worked with everyone from Hollywood A listers to Astronauts, Politicians to Popstars, Cyber Security Specialists and CEOs. Websites: https://absolutelyfarrelly.com/ & https://www.mazspeaks.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Absolutely-Farrelly-1462447833794777/Twitter: https://twitter.com/abmazfazLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/maz-speaks “I get them to tell a different story, a different story to everyone else in their industry because that's what cuts through.” “We don't do business with people we like, we do business with people who are fascinating” “Every website is one big red button. What should the button say? BUY ME.” References and links mentionedShonda Rhymes' TED Talk on Storytelling - The Future of StorytellingThe Choir of Hard KnocksMy new ebook - The Influencer Code See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There are more than 20,000 pieces of space junk larger than 4 inches in diameter and millions of tiny ones in orbit around the Earth. At orbital speed a flake of paint carries as much energy as a 550 pound object traveling at 60 miles per hour. Eventually all of this stuff will fall back to Earth. So far no injuries or property damage has been confirmed. Heads up.
When you think of NASA, you might think of astronauts, but NASA employs tons of people whose jobs are also important to the agency. Take a listen to Kirsten Larson, former NASA public affairs officer, now children's author, who gives us a behind-the-scenes peek into how NASA helps the public understand how a space agency helps people on the ground!
Dr Beth Healey is an Emergency Medicine doctor who has worked for several years in the NHS and oversea's. As part of medical and logistical support teams she has worked in a number of extreme and remote environments including Svalbard, Siberia, Greenland and the North Pole. As research MD for the European Space Agency she overwintered in Antarctica at spaceflight analogue 'Concordia', otherwise know as 'White Mars'. There, she researched the effects of isolation and extreme environment on the physiology and psychology of the crew. 00:20 introduction to episode 23: Dr Beth Healey. 01:14 Welcoming Bath 01:42 Where has Beth been the past week? Spoiler alert - astronaut application. 03:30 Beths thoughts on civilian space flight 07:40 Beths career to date 11:22 What is extreme environment physiology 13:33 Ben brings up Covid - but in a relevant way. 14:40 Beths experience on Concordia in Antarctica. 16:40 similarities between Concordia and long space missions. 18:12 Effect on mental health during long isolation missions. 23:40 Artemis Generation 25:00 Being part of the journey! 28:15 Ben mentions ‘first man', but means "Ad Astra". 28:40 Private space companies. Collaborating or competing? 29:45 Beths Hobbies 31:51 Wrap Up Social Media Website: https://www.northbanktalent.com/clients/science-psychology/dr-beth-healey/ Twitter/Instagram: @bethahealey Stay connected with us! Use #Astroben across various social media platforms to engage with us! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/astrobenpodcast/ Website (coming soon): www.astroben.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/gambleonit?lang=en Please subscribe and rate - Ad Astra!
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield became an internet star in 2013 with a viral video of himself performing David Bowie's “Space Oddity” on the International Space Station. Now he's left the capsule and dared to write a novel. The Apollo Murders follows astronauts, spies, and killers in the American space program in the 1960s and 70s. Hadfield joins us to discuss his debut novel.
On this episode of TechTank, veteran NASA astronaut Nicole Stott joins host Darrell West to discuss space tourism, the future of space exploration, and her new book, “Back to Earth: What Life in Space Taught Me About Our Home Planet – And Our Mission to Protect It.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 545 Chris Hadfield is a First Class Father and Astronaut. He is also a former fighter pilot and author of a new book “THE APOLLO MURDERS”. He has flown in space three times and is the first Canadian to walk in space. Chris has served as commander of the International Space Station. He became the commander of the International Space Station as part of Expedition 35, responsible for a crew of five astronauts and helping to run dozens of scientific experiments dealing with the impact of low gravity on human biology. He spent 166 days in space and almost 15 hours outside of the spacecraft. Prior to his career as an astronaut, Hadfield served in the Canadian Forces for 25 years as an Air Command fighter pilot. He has been described by Forbes as "perhaps the most social media savvy astronaut ever to leave Earth" and his exchanges with William Shatner and other Star Trek actors have received media coverage. In this Episode, Chris shares his Fatherhood journey which includes three children. He discusses how he prepared to leave earth as father to ensure his family would be taken care of in the event something went wrong. He describes the impact of being a famous astronaut had on his kids growing up. He talks about his new book “THE APOLLO MURDERS”. He offers some great advice for new or about to be Dads and more! The Apollo Murders - https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/0316264539/ref=dbs_a_w_dp_0316264539 Subscribe to First Class Fatherhood and watch on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCD6cjYptutjJWYlM0Kk6cQ?sub_confirmation=1 SPONSORS: DML CBD - https://dmlcbd.com Promo Code: Father SeatGeek - https://seatgeek.com Promo Code: FirstClass Save: $20 off tickets MY PILLOW - https://www.mypillow.com Promo Code: Fatherhood Save Up To 66% Off 1-800-875-0219 More Ways To Listen - https://linktr.ee/alec_lace First Class Fatherhood Merch - https://shop.spreadshirt.com/first-class-fatherhood-/we+are+not+babysitters-A5d09ea872051763ad613ec8e?productType=812&sellable=3017x1aBoNI8jJe83pw5-812-7&appearance=1 Follow me on instagram - https://instagram.com/alec_lace?igshid=ebfecg0yvbap For information about becoming a Sponsor of First Class Fatherhood please hit me with an email: FirstClassFatherhood@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alec-lace/support
History usually repeats itself; bad history certainly does. In this episode, we talk about Operation Sea-Spray and what it means for us today.https://www.thesoultrap.com/Video of this episode: https://youtu.be/cZV4r76iHWISupport the show (http://paypal.me/sbcpalmetto)
Fastest 15Halloween cancelled // Rolling Stones cancel "Brown Sugar" over slavery lyrics // Hump Day with Huard // Kamala's astronaut friend thinks the sun moves around the earth See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Inspired by insights gained in spaceflight, a NASA astronaut offers key lessons to empower Earthbound readers to fight climate change When Nicole Stott first saw Earth from space, she realized how interconnected we are and knew she had to help protect our planetary home. In Back to Earth, Stott imparts essential lessons in problem-solving, survival, and crisis response that each of us can practice to make change. She knows we can overcome differences to address global issues, because she saw this every day on the International Space Station. Stott shares stories from her spaceflight and insights from scientists, activists, and changemakers working to solve our greatest environmental challenges. She learns about the complexities of Earth's biodiversity from NASA engineers working to enable life in space and from scientists protecting life on Earth for future generations. Ultimately, Stott reveals how we each have the power to respect our planetary home and one another by living our lives like crewmates, not passengers, on an inspiring shared mission. Get BACK TO EARTH here https://amzn.to/3mzwtNW LinkedIn Jobs is the best platform for finding the right candidate to join your business this fall. It's the largest marketplace for job seekers in the world, and it has great search features so that you can find candidates with any hard or soft skills that you need. And now, you can post a job for free. Just visit linkedin.com/impossible to post a job for free. Audible is hands-down my favorite platform for consuming podcasts, fiction and nonfiction books! With an Audible membership, you can download titles and listen offline, anytime, anywhere. The Audible app is free and can be installed on all smartphones and tablets. You can listen across devices without losing your spot. Audible members don't have to worry about using their credits right away. You can keep your credits for up to a year—and use them to binge on a whole series if you'd like! And if you're not loving your selection, you can simply swap it for another. Start your free 30-day trial today: Audible.com/impossible or text “impossible” to 500-500 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
WEDNESDAY 10/13/21: William Shatner goes into "space" along with a DJ nobody has heard of, but Shawn has a problem with some of the words used to describe his trip. Parents want a soccer team to apologize for being too good. An old TV station may be staging a comeback.
Hudson and Nikki speak on the new Home Alone movie and if they think it is a must see for this holiday season. As well as the definition of an Astronaut and a very special launch countdown. Dog etiquette, target balls, wedding dresses tossed out the window, and more on this episode of the Worst of The RIOT.
Tape 10Jeffery is young boy who is sad, alone and tormented by his father leaving him and his mother without a word. He is bullied at school, and disliked by his own mother. The only comfort he has in the world, is a little frog he rescued from a bunch of bullies. A bond forms between them and Jeffery starts to feel whole again, but soon a tragedy happens that pulls Jeffery back to that hollow state, until he finds a shop that sells works of the occult. Then things start to turn very bad. (or do they?).Featuring the narration of CPT's first special guest, Award Nominated Voiceover Artist, Mars Lipowski: https://marslipowski.com/quicklinks/?cn-reloaded=1 Learn more about the Author: https://www.facebook.com/aaron.lebold.1 Follow Cryo Pod Tapes on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/CryoPodTapesPodcastLearn more about the Creator: https://www.tedhugginsaudio.com/ Happy Halloween.Do you have a short story that you want turned into an exhilarating and entertaining audio experience with professional high quality audio design? Then please email Ted your finished manuscript either Word, or PDF to email@example.com.
A crew of four is set to launch to the International Space Station at the end of the month, starting a six month mission on the orbiting lab. The three NASA astronauts and one European Space Agency astronaut are flying on SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule, launching from Kennedy Space Center on a Falcon 9 rocket. One of those astronauts is Kayla Barron and she tells us the first rocket launch she'll ever see in person will be the one she's sitting on top of. We'll speak with Barron about her rookie mission to space, and what she expects to do when she gets to the ISS. Then, a NASA spacecraft is set to head to clusters of asteroids living around Jupiter. ...
Hundreds of Palestinians granted residency status by Israel; The Knesset Marks October 19th as Day Against Sexual Violence & Astronauts prepare for Mars in the Israeli desert! Social Media links, Newsletter sign-up &, Support the show $ here: https://linktr.ee/israeldailynews Music: Synesthesia; Erika Krall https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaCoxmYfW6o --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/israeldailynews/support
In episode 24 of "What Gives?" the Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network, JFN President and CEO Andrés Spokoiny talks to renowned Israeli fighter pilot Eytan Stibbe about his philanthropy, impact investing, and how his friend Ilan Ramon inspired him to travel to outer space.
Daniel has been dreaming of the stars, but his dreams have been rather eerie. Now, he's on a one way journey to gain some scientific insight. He got in touch to ask 'If a crew on a mission to mars had a death on board, and if that body was released into space, would it ever decay?' Matthew Bothwell, public astronomer at the University of Cambridge, spills the beans on what would happen to human remains if they were ejected out into infinity and beyond... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
What do you learn from going to space? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and guest co-host comedian Jordan Klepper answer patron questions about living in space with engineer and NASA astronaut Nicole Stott. What's the Overview Effect?NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Elisa, terrell robinson, Adorak, Leo Azir Ra, Aaron Isaacson, Ian Konkle, and Josh Laurente & Emily McCadden for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: NASA
Today's episode is with one of my favorite people in the universe, astronaut Nicole Stott. Her book, “Back to Earth” is out now for everyone to enjoy. We talk about her incredible experiences under the ocean, in space, and how the process of making art with no gravity is strange and magical. Her book is extraordinary and her heart and soul is all about reminding us that we are the guardians of planet Earth, not only for ourselves, but for our kids and future generations. It is so important that we can protect this beautiful space ship that we all live on and that we remember to tap into the feeling of connectivity that lives inside all of us. I'd love to know what you think. Please share it with your friends and family, and be sure to tag me if you share it on social media so that I can say thank you. I'm @christinarasmussen7 on Instagram and @ChristinaRasmussen2014 on Facebook. More About Nicole Stott Nicole Stott is an Astronaut, Aquanaut, and Artist who creatively combines the awe and wonder of her spaceflight experience with her artwork to inspire everyone's appreciation of our role as crewmates here on spaceship Earth. She believes that the international model of peaceful and successful cooperation we have experienced in the extreme environments of space and sea holds the key to the same kind of peaceful and successful cooperation for all of humanity here on Earth. A personal highlight from her spaceflight experience was painting the first watercolor in space, which is now on display at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in DC. She is the founder of the Space for Art Foundation, and co-founder of Constellation.Earth. You can connect with her via his website and Instagram. Things We Mention In This Episode - Book: Back to Earth - Website: www.nicolestott.com - Space for Art Foundation.org - Book: Where Did You Go? by Christina Rasmussen - Book: Second Firsts by Christina Rasmussen - Newsletter - Message In a Bottle: Sign up for Christina's weekly letter Apple podcast reviews and ratings are really important to help get the podcast in front of more people to uplift and inspire them too, which is the ultimate goal. Thank you!
On today's podcast: 'Dark cube' UFOs spotted hovering over the US are 'warning to the military' Link: https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/weird-news/dark-cube-ufos-spotted-hovering-25150676 8 firsthand accounts of UFO sightings in Horry County Link: https://www.wrbl.com/top-stories/8-firsthand-accounts-of-ufo-sightings-in-horry-county/ SpaceX astronaut says she was sick for the first 2 days of Inspiration4's mission and thought the spaceflight wasn't long enough, a report says Link: https://www.businessinsider.com/spacex-astronaut-inspiration4-sick-space-sian-proctor-2021-10 Farmer not convinced 'unusual phenomenon' a cloud-covered Venus Link: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/126556701/farmer-not-convinced-unusual-phenomenon-a-cloudcovered-venus Podcast Stuff Facebook: The Dark Horde - https://www.facebook.com/thedarkhordellc The Tempest Universe - https://www.facebook.com/thetempestuniverse Manny's Page - https://www.facebook.com/MannyPodcast Twitter: The Tempest Universe - https://twitter.com/ufobusterradio The Dark Horde - https://twitter.com/HordeDark Discord Group - https://discord.com/channels/6ciao peeps!79454064890871869/679454064890871875 Mail can be sent to: The Dark Horde LLC PO BOX 769905 San Antonio TX 78245 Tel: (972) 591-8880
By Yoon Ha Lee, from Issue #340, Thirteenth Anniversary Double-Issue of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online MagazineIntroduced by the author, explaining his inspiration for the story.This particular mermaid had named herself Essarala, which means seeks the stars in the language of tide and foam.More info »
Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief at Forbes Media & the co-author of "Reviving America" Topic: Debt ceiling, IRS, $3.5 trillion spending bill Tom Jones, PhD., Astronaut, planetary scientist, speaker, and author of “Sky Walking: An Astronaut's Memoir” Topic: NASA DART planetary defense mission, William Shatner's upcoming trip to space See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Elvis Duran and the Morning Show is PACKED! Alicia Keys checks in with the show to talk about her new Youtube documentary and new music. We get talk with Hayley Arceneaux who became the youngest American to reach space last month! Since it is Halloween season, we talked about spirits who live in our houses! How well do you know "That's What I Call Music"?!?! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Cullen and Mason chat with Kevin Max and Erick Cole about their new band, Sad Astronauts. We chat about how Sad Astronauts came to be, their new album, and much more.Check out Sad Astronauts: sadastronauts.comCheck out our partner HM Magazine: hmmagazine.comFollow us on Instagram: instagram.com/theblacksheeppodcast
Axios space reporter Miriam Kramer follows the Inspiration4 crew to the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. to cover their launch and catches up with each of them after their return. Kramer takes listeners to the press center at the Kennedy Space Center and inside of a pre-launch press conference with the four civilian astronauts the day before launch. Kramer reports on the launch from on the ground and analyzes the livestream hosted by SpaceX, including the abrupt termination of real-time access to the crew once they reached orbit. She tracks the crew during their three days in orbit, their high-risk descent back through the Earth's atmosphere, and what the safety and success of the mission means for the entire industry going forward. Credits: The Next Astronauts is reported and produced by Miriam Kramer, Amy Pedulla, Naomi Shavin, and Alice Wilder. Dan Bobkoff is Executive Producer. Mixing, sound design, and music supervision by Alex Sugiura. Theme music and original score by Michael Hanf. Fact-checking and research by Jacob Knutson. Alison Snyder is a managing editor at Axios and Sara Kehaulani Goo is executive editor. Special thanks to Axios co-founders Mike Allen, Jim VandeHei and Roy Schwartz.
You could say Tim Bailey is a space celebration connoisseur. As the Executive Director for Yuri's Night- THE biggest space party in the world…Tim is qualified to rate and review the Inspiration4 “splashdown” party held just a week ago when the crew returned safely to Earth. (Acrobats? Star Wars bands? Flying astronauts? COLLECTIVE SOUL?!) Today on the show, Beth and Tim say they're “still buzzing” from the EPIC SpaceX celebration, then discuss how space travel is basically available to everyone, right now. About Tim Bailey: Tim Bailey is space enthusiast, an Eagle Scout, a former counselor for Space Camp Florida, and a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Tim never thought he'd be a Flight Attendant on his way to becoming an Astronaut, yet he's celebrated 18 years on the job and is still loving it! In addition to his part-time work with Zero Gravity Corporation, Tim is the Executive Director for Yuri's Night, a nonprofit best known for the self-named annual world space parties in April. I've done an assortment of other project management jobs for organizations including NSS, Space Generation Advisory Council to the UN, Kennedy Space Center, the Department of Energy, the US Marine Corps, and DARPA. Want to learn more about Tim and his work? Check out his website at www.NovaBailey.com About Zero G Gravity Corporation: Zero Gravity Corporation is a privately held space entertainment and tourism company whose mission is to make the excitement and adventure of space accessible to the public. The experience offered by Zero-G is the only commercial opportunity on Earth for individuals to experience true “weightlessness” without going to space.Zero-G's attention to detail, excellent service and quality of experience combine with its exciting history has set the foundation for exhilarating adventure-based tourism. https://www.gozerog.com/about-us/ About Yuri's Night: Launching parties around the world every year on or around April 12th, in commemoration of Yuri Gagarin becoming the first human venture into space on April 12, 1961, and the inaugural launch of the first Space Shuttle on April 12, 1981. We use space to bring the world together, to empower the greatest parts of who we are, and give vision to where we are going. https://yurisnight.net/
It's been almost 20 years since the tragic Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, February 2003, to be exact. It was the second shuttle disaster for NASA, of course, the first being Challenger in January 1986. In both instances, the review of procedures and cultures brought about significant change. Following Columbia, NASA brought on Dr. Phillip Meade to lead the organizational culture, and he brought upon his colleague, Dr. Laura Gallaher, to assist him in his efforts. They've written a new book, “The Missing Links: Launching a High Performing Company Culture,” and they join us this week on Central Florida: Beyond the Soundbite. IN THIS EPISODE Dr. Laura Gallaher's Twitter: @drlauragallaher ABOUT THE SHOW Political figures and influencers are often heard in brief bites that don't capture the context of the whole story. “Central Florida: Beyond the Soundbite” expands the conversation with these newsmakers along the I-4 corridor and beyond. Join award-winning Spectrum News 13 anchor and Orlando Woman of the Year Ybeth Bruzual, political reporter Greg Angel, and veteran producer Gary Darling for a must-hear interview each week and learn about the issues affecting Central Florida.
Credits:Space Makers is a production of Lockheed Martin Space. The episode guest was Dr. Christine Edwards from Lockheed Martin Space and Christine is a Space Maker.It's executive produced by Pavan Desai.Senior Producer is Lauren Cole. Senior producer, writer, and host is Benjamin Dinsmore. Associate producers and writers are Kaitlin Benz and Audrey Dods. Sound designed and audio mastered by Julian Giraldo.Graphic Design by Tim Roesch.Marketing and recruiting by Joe Portnoy, Shannon Myers, and Stephanie Dixon.These stories would not be possible without the support from our space communications professionals Tracy Weise, Natalya Oleksik, Gary Napier, Lauren Duda, and Dani Hauf.
Anne McClain is many things: a NASA astronaut, a global icon, an inspiration to many, a pro rugby player. She's also an active duty Army Soldier. Anne joins host Joe Buccino for episode 74 of the 18th Airborne Corps podcast. She tells her story and describes her journey from Spokane, Washington to West Point to the Army and to outer space. The life of an astronaut is, as you'd imagine, incredibly rewarding but it's not easy as life. Anne describes her training, her studies, and her close-knit team. Anne also describes the responsibility she feels to all the women and girls who look up to her and see her as a role model. This is a truly enlightening, inspirational episode, one with value for leaders, teachers, and parents all across our Nation. Recorded on Fort Bragg, North Carolina, the 18th Airborne Corps podcast is the official podcast of the United States military. New episodes are released every Tuesday. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Spotify so you won't miss an episode. Please leave a 5-star rating and a review. This helps others find the program.
Louie Giglio is joined by Astronaut Shane Kimbrough, currently the only living American to have flown to space on three different spacecraft. In this conversation, Shane shares strategic ways to pursue big passions with intentionality, skill, and maturity. From Shane's unique vantage point, learn how to launch into your best next step.
On Sept 15, 2021, our friend and colleague Dr. Sian Proctor achieved her life-long dream of launching into space and becoming an astronaut on the Crew Dragon as part of the SpaceX Inspiration4 mission! My fellow analog astronauts Dr. Brandy Nunez and Makiah Eustice share our impressions and insights of this historic flight in an intimate conversation together- 24 hours after witnessing the launch live from the Kennedy Space Center at historic Launch complex 39-A. Together, we discuss what this means for a new generation of space explorers, what this flight means for women, and what Dr. Sian Proctor brings to every interaction she has. Buckle in, because THIS episode allows us to showcase, from our own perspectives, the journey our friend has been on, and why we're oh-so-proud and can't contain our excitement for Sian's successful mission, and her many future endeavors!!! About Dr. Sian Proctor: Sian is an American geology professor, science communicator, and commercial astronaut. She was launched into Earth orbit, on September 15, 2021, as the pilot of the Crew Dragon space capsule. This mission is the Inspiration4 private orbital spaceflight. She served as the pilot on the Inspiration4 mission, the first Black woman to serve as the pilot of a spacecraft. Share your Support for Dr. Proctor and her Artwork Here: https://myspace2inspire.com/ About Inspiration4 Inspiration4 is the world's first all-civilian mission to orbit. The mission will be commanded by Jared Isaacman, the 38-year-old founder and Chief Executive Officer of Shift4 Payments and an accomplished pilot and adventurer. Inspiration4 will leave Earth from Kennedy Space Center's historic Launch Complex 39A, the embarkation point for Apollo and Space Shuttle missions, and travel across a low earth orbit on a multi-day journey that will continually eclipse more than 90% of the earth's population. Named in recognition of the four-person crew that will raise awareness and funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, this milestone represents a new era for human spaceflight and exploration. https://inspiration4.com/ About Dr. Brandy Nunez: Dr. Brandy Nunez is a practicing small animal veterinarian, a modular synth musician and an aspiring astronaut. She is also Director of outreach for the Sensoria Program (www.Sensoria.space), dedicated to making space accessible to all. She applied to NASA in 2020 for the Astronaut candidate program and has completed two analog simulation missions at the HI-SEAS habitat on Mauna Loa. She hopes to continue her research on future missions and eventually in low earth orbit. Her love and appreciation of the cosmos infiltrates her work in both the scientific and creative realms. About Makiah Eustice: Makiah is an aerospace engineer, songwriter, and Officer in the US Air Force. She's been on 3 analog missions, the latest with Sian as part of the first all-women Sensoria crew at HI-SEAS. You can find her on twitter and instagram at @Astro_Eustice About Beth Mund: Beth Mund is an Analog Astronaut, Podcast Host, and Space Communications Evangelist. Beth has 20+ years of speech writing and executive coaching for Fortune 50 companies including Motorola, Allstate and United Airlines. Beth began her NASA career as a Public Affairs Officer for the Johnson Space Center, and later served as a Communications Officer for the International Space Station program. She received her Master's Degree in Journalism at Marquette University, and served an adjunct professor at Elgin Community College. She is the CEO of Stellar Communications, providing speech writing, narrative discovery & design, voice overs, communication workshops & training, and keynote speaking. Beth served as the host and emcee of the 2020 Space Com Expo global space commerce event. She currently serves on the Space Camp Alumni Board, and is a founding member of the Loras College Women's Leadership Board, and the Space Drinks Association Board. Beth's analog adventures include a MARS simulation mission at the HI-SEAS research facility on the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii, and most recently a LUNAR simulation and space isolation study at the LunAres Space Research Facility in Pila, Poland. Her latest projects, analog missions and podcast episodes can be found at www.BethMund.com How to continue the mission and donate to St. Jude: https://www.stjude.org/get-involved/other-ways/inspiration4.html
How does our voice work? What plant stings worse than a stinging nettle? Astronaut and author Tim Peake joins us to answer YOUR questions about space! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This Wednesday episode comes to you live from the Bixby Bus in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Andy and Brendan offer some initial thoughts after walking around Whistling Straits on Wednesday morning and hearing a few more of the players talk. Some initial chatter focuses on the wind and cold perhaps equalizing things in a way you might not expect for an away team. They discuss some of the early duos we've seen signaled throughout the first couple practice days, the Rory “conundrum,” the DJ-Morikawa power play, and if analytics have taken “the fun” out of the captaincy catastrophes. There's an argument made that Bryson should play as much as possible. Candidates for “shit stirrer” of the week are also bandied about. Worst potential pairings are also nominated. And they close incredulity over a shining example of the absurdity of the pomp and circumstance of these interminable pre-match days. Thursday will bring another preview episode reacting to the lineups for Day 1. Subscribe to the SGS or Westy Island blends at Bixby to support the pod's work this week.
This week, the ultimate everyman is back in The Cosmic Canoe, prospective NASA Astronaut Dylan Dickstein joins the boys for an update on his journey of becoming an Astronaut, his experiences at the Mars Desert Research Center and what adventures are next for him. Check Dylan out on Instagram @DylanDickstein Watch This Pod on Youtube At: New Merch Now Available!! www.everymanpodcast.tv/merch
What does your life have in common with that of an astronaut? A lot, it turns out. Dan Mccollum returns to Stimulus to break down the skills learned by International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield as explained in his autobiography An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth. Listen on: iTunes Spotify Stitcher We Discuss: The pitfalls of thinking too highly of yourself. [1:46] On the importance of being a “plus one” and the wisdom of not proclaiming your plus-oneness. “If you're really a plus one, people will notice”. [2:23] Aim to be a zero -- having neutral impact. Observe and learn. Pitch in with the grunt work. Being a zero is a good way to get to plus one.[5:08] What Mccollum looks for in EM residency applicants: people who treat the receptionist or program administrator well. [8:00] Focus on the simple core things which are most likely to save lives, as opposed to shooting for the stars with cutting edge treatment. [8:48] On why the weight and power of ego impairs our ability to learn and harms patients. [11:04] Sweat the small stuff. [13:01] The quintessential nature of EM and how they're similar to flight rules: solving complex problems rapidly with incomplete information. [13:49] Why we should be using checklists, particularly when we think we don't have time for them. [14:47] Even when you follow all the rules, sometimes bad things happen. Perfectionism is not part of the flight rules. [15:49] Why early success is a terrible teacher. If you've always been the star and never experienced failure, this can be a barrier to learning. [18:27] Jocko Willink video, Good. When bad things happen and you get knocked down, “get up, dust off, reload, recalibrate, re-engage, and go out on the attack”. [20:13] When in a position of leadership, be careful with your words. Don't ridicule. The small things we do or say can have a big impact. [22:00] Expeditionary behavior is the willingness to endure hardships for the sake of the mission. And why whining poisons the pool. [24:13] References: An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield More stuff you'll want to know: To learn more about The Stimululs Podcast, sign up for newsletter, or contact us CLICK HERE If you like what you hear on Stimulus and use Apple/iTunes as your podcatcher, please consider leaving a review of the show. I read all the reviews and, more importantly, so do potential guests. Thanks in advance! Interested in sponsoring this podcast? Connect with us here Follow Rob: Twitter: https://twitter.com/emergencypdx Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stimuluswithrobormanmd Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/emergencypdx
Axios space reporter Miriam Kramer learns how the Inspiration4 crew is grappling with risk, something every company in the space industry and all astronauts must confront. Kramer speaks with the crew, the parent of a crew member, and a former NASA safety expert about how memories of the Challenger explosion have shaped the way the space industry prepares astronauts for risk. In conversations with crew members Jared Isaacman and Chris Sembroski and with their spouses, Kramer explores how uniquely challenging it is for the parents of young children to prepare their families for a mission to space. Kramer travels to Bozeman, Montana to watch the Inspiration4 crew fly in fighter jets over the course of a festive weekend, intended to bring the crew's families together, where they all celebrated the upcoming launch and confronted the reality of its approach. Credits: The Next Astronauts is reported and produced by Miriam Kramer, Amy Pedulla, Naomi Shavin, and Alice Wilder. Dan Bobkoff is Executive Producer. Mixing, sound design, and music supervision by Alex Sugiura. Theme music and original score by Michael Hanf. Fact-checking and research by Jacob Knutson. Alison Snyder is a managing editor at Axios and Sara Kehaulani Goo is executive editor. Special thanks to Axios co-founders Mike Allen, Jim VandeHei and Roy Schwartz.
Axios space reporter Miriam Kramer goes inside SpaceX's headquarters in Hawthorne, California, to see the factory floor, the Inspiration4 crew's training regimen and how this mission fits into SpaceX's broader goals. Kramer speaks with SpaceX senior leadership and tours the facility, culminating in a chance to see a brand new bubble window built specifically for the Inspiration4 crew. She gets to sit in on the crew training in a cockpit simulator and learn about the various scenarios they are learning to anticipate. She also peers inside the Dragon capsule simulator — a mock-up of the capsule they'll fly in — and hears the crew's testimony of a harrowing 30-hour simulation of their mission as the capstone of their training. Credits: The Next Astronauts is reported and produced by Miriam Kramer, Amy Pedulla, Naomi Shavin, and Alice Wilder. Dan Bobkoff is Executive Producer. Mixing, sound design, and music supervision by Alex Sugiura. Theme music and original score by Michael Hanf. Fact-checking and research by Jacob Knutson. Alison Snyder is a managing editor at Axios and Sara Kehaulani Goo is executive editor. Special thanks to Axios co-founders Mike Allen, Jim VandeHei and Roy Schwartz.