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    This Week in Space (Audio)
    TWiS 31: Investing in the Stars! - Steve Jurvetson and Investing in Newspace

    This Week in Space (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 67:43


    If ever there was a captain of newspace, it's Steve Jurvetson. From rescuing SpaceX in their darkest hour, to investing in many of the most successful space startups, Steve has been there—and seemingly, everywhere—since the beginning of the new space age. Graduating Stanford with a degree in electrical engineering in just over two years, he's perenially one of the smartest guys in the room, and is a true space visionary. Join us for this wide-ranging discussion on the state of newspace, how the new space age will be built on private enterprise and private investment, public-private partnerships in spaceflight, and the magnificent future of spaceflight. Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik Guest: Steve Jurvetson Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit

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    This Week in Space 31: Investing in the Stars!

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 67:43


    If ever there was a captain of newspace, it's Steve Jurvetson. From rescuing SpaceX in their darkest hour, to investing in many of the most successful space startups, Steve has been there—and seemingly, everywhere—since the beginning of the new space age. Graduating Stanford with a degree in electrical engineering in just over two years, he's perenially one of the smartest guys in the room, and is a true space visionary. Join us for this wide-ranging discussion on the state of newspace, how the new space age will be built on private enterprise and private investment, public-private partnerships in spaceflight, and the magnificent future of spaceflight. Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik Guest: Steve Jurvetson Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit

    This Week in Space (Audio)
    TWiS 30: Why Space? - Propulsion Scientist Jeff Greason Talks About Why We Explore Space

    This Week in Space (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 64:33 Very Popular


    Engineer and visionary Jeff Greason joins us to discuss why humanity must continue to explore and develop space. We then segue to what kinds of outposts we may choose to build on other worlds, how we will get there, and how entrepreneurs and nations might benefit and even make a profit. Finally, we look at our future as an interplanetary species, expanding to other star systems. Join us for this very special conversation! Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik Guest: Jeff Greason Sponsor: Ziprecruiter.com/twis

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    This Week in Space 30: Why Space?

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 64:33 Very Popular


    Engineer and visionary Jeff Greason joins us to discuss why humanity must continue to explore and develop space. We then segue to what kinds of outposts we may choose to build on other worlds, how we will get there, and how entrepreneurs and nations might benefit and even make a profit. Finally, we look at our future as an interplanetary species, expanding to other star systems. Join us for this very special conversation! Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik Guest: Jeff Greason Sponsor: Ziprecruiter.com/twis

    Orlando Tourism Report
    Ep. 336- Space Wrestling

    Orlando Tourism Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 69:35


    On this episode Ed goes over two great local haunts. After that Ed gives an update on Space Travel. Later Ed talks about what is happening with HBO Max. Recording Date: AUG 26, 2022 at the WPRK Studios in Winter Park, FL The post Ep. 336- Space Wrestling appeared first on Orlando Tourism Report .

    Stacja Zmiana
    114. Kosmiczna dziewczyna – Anna Fogtman

    Stacja Zmiana

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 66:37


    Anna Fogtman pracuje w Europejskim Centrum Astronautów (EAC) w Kolonii, w Niemczech. Praca arcyciekawa, bo biuro Ani znajduje się w domu wszystkich astronautów Europejskiej Agencji Kosmicznej, a jej praca skupia się na ocenie zdrowia astronautów podczas misji eksploracyjnych poza niską orbitą okołoziemską. Anna Fogtman wbrew pozorom nie jest sławnym inżynierem lub astrofizykiem, bo zanim dołączyła do EAC, pracowała na Wydziale Biologii Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego oraz w Instytucie Biochemii i Biofizyki PAN, gdzie zrobiła doktorat z biologii. Na stacji zmiana rozmawiamy o tym, że Ania uwielbia kiszone ogórki oraz jak to się stało, że pracuje w Europejskim Centrum Astronautów. Przy okazji odpowiadamy na wiele pytań związanych z kosmosem, na przykład czy astronauta zarabia kosmiczne pieniądze i czy możemy zasadzić w kosmosie rośliny. Plan rozmowy: 1:11 – Czym zajmuje się Europejskie Centrum Astronautów i czy zajmuje się Anna Fogtman? 7:52 – Kariera naukowa Anny Fogtman 23:54 – Jak biolożka dostała się do Agencji Kosmicznej 28:35 – Co się musi wydarzyć, by wysłać człowieka w kosmos 30:00 – Praktyczność badania kosmosu, wykorzystanie tej wiedzy przez mieszkańców Ziemi 32:43 – Rozmawiamy o zagrożeniach – asteroidy krążące wokół Ziemi 35:45 – Czy można zasadzić rośliny na Marsie luk Księżycu? 39:40 – Jakie warunki trzeba spełnić, by zostać astronautką lub astronautą? 43:00 – Dlaczego nie ma wielu astronautek? 45:30 – Ania Fogtman jako lider zmiany 48:15 – Co Ania Fogtman chciałaby przeżyć w kosmosie? 50:17 – Kim jest Samantha Cristoforetti? 53:06 – Czy wiek jest ograniczeniem, jeśli chodzi o lot w kosmos? 55:30 – Zalety pracy w Europejskim Centrum Astronautów 1:00:11 – O przyszłości Anny Fogtman 1:01:15 – Czy w Agencji Kosmicznej zarabia się kosmiczne pieniądze? 1:02:15 – Czy astronauta zarabia kosmiczne pieniądze? Ciekawe myśli z rozmowy: Mam wrażenie, że cały czas jest pod górkę. Nie zamierzam szybko iść na emeryturę. Bardziej prawdopodobne jest to, że zostanę astronautką, niż to, że Rosjanie opuszczą program kosmiczny. Moja ścieżka wylądowania w EAC jest nielogiczna. Rodzice zawsze mnie pchali do nauki, ale wpoili mi, że nauka jest wartością. Mały czy większy sukces jest kombinacją wielu czynników wiedzy i talentu, ale również motywacji z domieszką szczęścia. Nigdy nie myślałam, że nauka o kosmosie może być dla biolożki. Domena lotów w kosmos, to domena interdyscyplinarna. Zasadność lotów w kosmos powinna być uargumentowana ciekawością poszukiwania odpowiedzi na pytanie o początek wszechświata. Niektórzy astronauci bardzo nie lubią siłowni. Powiązane linki z naszą rozmową: Czym jest ESA? https://bit.ly/3DxQBKD Anna Fogtman – więcej o niej – https://bit.ly/3S8RgpM Inna rozmowa z Anią Fogtman – https://bit.ly/3Um5kyi Rozmowa z Agatą Kołodziejczyk o eksploracji kosmosu – https://bit.ly/3DxJ6Df Samantha Cristoforetti's Tweets – https://bit.ly/3qMrPi1 Samantha Cristoforetti Tik Tok – https://bit.ly/3BjwIUK Muzyka w odcinku: Astronaut I'm Not by Frank Bango – https://bit.ly/3SccuDb Astronaut by Kris Roche – https://bit.ly/3Bm8Or H. Harrison by Roads to Space Travel – https://bit.ly/3RZIM42 Space by Serge Quadrado – https://bit.ly/3d5JgqP Space Thrust by The Shrubs – https://bit.ly/3RVFEGG


    Update on Elon Musk Blue Origin and Space Travel for civilians...

    At a Distance
    Jane Poynter on Space Travel as a Pathway to Shifting Perspectives

    At a Distance

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 32:35


    Jane Poynter, co-founder and co-CEO of the space travel company Space Perspective, speaks with us about her two years inside the Biosphere 2 research facility in Arizona in the early nineties, the vast power and potential of commercial spaceflight, and why she thought humans would be on Mars by now.Episode sponsored by Grand Seiko.

    Meetings Today Podcast
    Gift a Trip Incentive Travel Certificates: From Hotels, Resorts and Cruises to...Space Travel?!

    Meetings Today Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 21:03


    Meetings Today's Tyler Davidson touches base with Lori Cassidy and Pam Kressley, 30-year hospitality industry veterans who just launched an incentive travel option that greatly simplifies the reward process while multiplying travel options for both awarders and awardees. And if exclusive resorts and luxe cruises don't do the trick, companies can even launch their high-performing incentive winners into space! Check out all the deets of this turnkey incentive travel reward option that promises to disrupt the segment by giving award-winners more say in what travel experiences they want. It's an idea whose time has come, and one that also helps organizational recruitment and retention efforts in a time when workforces have been stretched thin and employees have more bargaining power and desire more flexibility.

    CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny (Video)
    CARTA: Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes with Rob Knight Alice Gorman and Asher Rosinger

    CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny (Video)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 56:40


    As humans have evolved, so has our ability to drastically alter the planet we call home. In this collection of talks from the CARTA symposium, "Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes" you will learn about specific examples on how humans have changed Earth and what can be done to prevent its cataclysmic demise. Rob Knight will talk about how all microbiomes that have been studies are impacted by human activity. Alice Goramn discusses how accumulating space debris surrounding our planet that may prevent us from leaving the Earth in the future. Asher Rosinger addresses the global water challenges that humans may face as climate change begins to affect water supplies. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38206]

    University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
    CARTA: Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes with Rob Knight Alice Gorman and Asher Rosinger

    University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 56:40


    As humans have evolved, so has our ability to drastically alter the planet we call home. In this collection of talks from the CARTA symposium, "Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes" you will learn about specific examples on how humans have changed Earth and what can be done to prevent its cataclysmic demise. Rob Knight will talk about how all microbiomes that have been studies are impacted by human activity. Alice Goramn discusses how accumulating space debris surrounding our planet that may prevent us from leaving the Earth in the future. Asher Rosinger addresses the global water challenges that humans may face as climate change begins to affect water supplies. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38206]

    UC San Diego (Audio)
    CARTA: Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes with Rob Knight Alice Gorman and Asher Rosinger

    UC San Diego (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 56:40


    As humans have evolved, so has our ability to drastically alter the planet we call home. In this collection of talks from the CARTA symposium, "Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes" you will learn about specific examples on how humans have changed Earth and what can be done to prevent its cataclysmic demise. Rob Knight will talk about how all microbiomes that have been studies are impacted by human activity. Alice Goramn discusses how accumulating space debris surrounding our planet that may prevent us from leaving the Earth in the future. Asher Rosinger addresses the global water challenges that humans may face as climate change begins to affect water supplies. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38206]

    Science (Audio)
    CARTA: Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes with Rob Knight Alice Gorman and Asher Rosinger

    Science (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 56:40


    As humans have evolved, so has our ability to drastically alter the planet we call home. In this collection of talks from the CARTA symposium, "Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes" you will learn about specific examples on how humans have changed Earth and what can be done to prevent its cataclysmic demise. Rob Knight will talk about how all microbiomes that have been studies are impacted by human activity. Alice Goramn discusses how accumulating space debris surrounding our planet that may prevent us from leaving the Earth in the future. Asher Rosinger addresses the global water challenges that humans may face as climate change begins to affect water supplies. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38206]

    Humanities (Audio)
    CARTA: Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes with Rob Knight Alice Gorman and Asher Rosinger

    Humanities (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 56:40


    As humans have evolved, so has our ability to drastically alter the planet we call home. In this collection of talks from the CARTA symposium, "Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes" you will learn about specific examples on how humans have changed Earth and what can be done to prevent its cataclysmic demise. Rob Knight will talk about how all microbiomes that have been studies are impacted by human activity. Alice Goramn discusses how accumulating space debris surrounding our planet that may prevent us from leaving the Earth in the future. Asher Rosinger addresses the global water challenges that humans may face as climate change begins to affect water supplies. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38206]

    Evolution (Video)
    CARTA: Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes with Rob Knight Alice Gorman and Asher Rosinger

    Evolution (Video)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 56:40


    As humans have evolved, so has our ability to drastically alter the planet we call home. In this collection of talks from the CARTA symposium, "Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes" you will learn about specific examples on how humans have changed Earth and what can be done to prevent its cataclysmic demise. Rob Knight will talk about how all microbiomes that have been studies are impacted by human activity. Alice Goramn discusses how accumulating space debris surrounding our planet that may prevent us from leaving the Earth in the future. Asher Rosinger addresses the global water challenges that humans may face as climate change begins to affect water supplies. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38206]

    Science (Video)
    CARTA: Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes with Rob Knight Alice Gorman and Asher Rosinger

    Science (Video)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 56:40


    As humans have evolved, so has our ability to drastically alter the planet we call home. In this collection of talks from the CARTA symposium, "Humans: The Planet-Altering Apes" you will learn about specific examples on how humans have changed Earth and what can be done to prevent its cataclysmic demise. Rob Knight will talk about how all microbiomes that have been studies are impacted by human activity. Alice Goramn discusses how accumulating space debris surrounding our planet that may prevent us from leaving the Earth in the future. Asher Rosinger addresses the global water challenges that humans may face as climate change begins to affect water supplies. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 38206]

    Stories From Space
    Extrasolar Planets Everywhere! | Stories From Space Podcast With Matthew S Williams

    Stories From Space

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 25:16


    The field of exoplanet studies has exploded in recent decades, going from a few dozen confirmed to more than five thousand.With next-generation telescopes like James Webb, astronomers anticipate that the exoplanet census will reach the tens of thousands in a few years' time. They even anticipate finding the first evidence of extraterrestrial life!_______________________Guests _______________________HostMatthew S WilliamsOn ITSPmagazine  

    This Week in Space (Audio)
    TWiS 29: Flying on Titan! - Dragonfly Mission Chief Ralph Lorenz

    This Week in Space (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 58:15 Very Popular


    This week, Ralph Lorenz, the Mission Architect for the Dragonfly mission to explore Saturn's moon Titan, joins us to discuss this amazing mission to explore another world... from the air! To date, only one small probe has landed on Titan and only worked for a couple of hours. The Dragonfly quadcopter will explore the moon from the air, exploring its endless dunes and vast seas. Join us! Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik Guest: Ralph Lorenz Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: Melissa.com/twit

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    This Week in Space 29: Flying on Titan!

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 58:15 Very Popular


    This week, Ralph Lorenz, the Mission Architect for the Dragonfly mission to explore Saturn's moon Titan, joins us to discuss this amazing mission to explore another world... from the air! To date, only one small probe has landed on Titan and only worked for a couple of hours. The Dragonfly quadcopter will explore the moon from the air, exploring its endless dunes and vast seas. Join us! Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik Guest: Ralph Lorenz Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: Melissa.com/twit

    The Rush Hour with MG & Liam
    FULL SHOW | Mitch Starc Chats With Gus And Jude Tackles Space Travel

    The Rush Hour with MG & Liam

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 37:59


    OPAL CARDS READY'S MAIL WHEN DID YOU STUFF UP YOUR BIG MOMENT? MITCHELL STARC JUDE TACKLES BATHURST 1000 COMP TRAVEL HORROR STORIES NRL UPDATE MARTOSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    PolarOpps
    13. Spanking Children, Questioning The 7 Wonders Of The World And Underestimating Space Travel!

    PolarOpps

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 37:11


    When the Queen heard we were dropping another episode, she made the wise choice of not sticking about any longer! This week, we talk about the recent news and just general waffle that's going on around the world like children being hit at school for instance! Madness! We also question how Wonderful the 7 Wonders of the World are and test each others morality again with a big Would You Rather Section!Follow us on ALL Platforms!

    The Last Optimist
    E21. “To Infinity and Beyond” – Space Travel, Mars, China, Nuclear Energy

    The Last Optimist

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 63:16


    Colonel Terry Virts (USAF Ret.) Photo: Debby Wong/Shutterstock Credit to Buzz Lightyear of course (for the quote) we’re joined in this episode by Terry Virts, a real-life former astronaut, former fighter pilot and retired USAF Colonel, to talk about rocket ships, the energy they need to get to the moon and beyond to Mars, the role of nuclear energy in space and on earth, and the state of play in... Source

    BRAVE NEW YOU TRIBE
    Escaping gravity- the final frontier for saving our planet, with former deputy administrator of Nasa, Lori Garver

    BRAVE NEW YOU TRIBE

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 32:18


    This week's guest is Lori Garver, former Deputy Administrator for NASA & author of Escaping Gravity: My Quest to Transform NASA and Launch a New Space Age, describing how she drove the commercial space program with Elon Musk against the wishes of Senators on both sides of the House, whilst in a misogynistic, male-dominated NASA culture.The last two years have been challenging for us all. Lori increased her activist nature as much as possible to help drive to a better future. One of the ways she did this, was write a memoir that uses her career at NASA to help light a path to a better future for us all.As she outlines in the book, when she left home and went to college, she started to consider how she could best impact the world. She worked for John Glenn on his Presidential Campaign, which is what got her into space.The Challenger and Columbia accidents were both pain-points that showed her that human spaceflight had gotten off-track. The government led system was rewarding contractors and congress more interested in their own agenda, than true progress.Out of these literal ashes, she helped craft NASA policies and programs to reduce the cost of space transportation and make utilizing space for broad and valuable purposes more accessible.As a woman who has reached the one of highest echelons of NASA, being a role model to others is an important aspect of her later career. She began a Fellowship for collegiate women and gender minorities, which now offers 50 paid summer internships annually - with over 200 alumni currently. Two years ago, they expanded this to include another Fellowship to give even more opportunities Black college students. She's also started a program called Earthrise Alliance, which is dedicated to fully utilizing satellite data to address climate change.We went to space over 50 years ago, and the most important thing we learned is about our home planet, Earth. What we have learned about our changing climate from space, has allowed us to understand what is happening and how to adopt ways to adapt and reverse the damage from humanity's dependence on greenhouse gas emissions. Courage can mean a lot of things, but in her life, it means standing up for what you believe in, even when it is not popular. Taking a position you know is right, instead of doing things to advance your own career was necessary to advance our efforts in space, which is ultimately critical to our survival here on earth and beyond. Thank you so much Lori for giving us a bird's eye view on the world and showing us how continued space exploration will give invaluable insights into how to protect our planet, and give us a future worth fighting for. Thanks also for showing us the fragility of our beautiful blue planet and reminding us to do all we can to conserve our oasis that hangs like a miracle in the vastness of the Universe. You can find our more about Lori's work on https://www.lorigarver.com/ and follow her on Linkedin @lorigarver Join Lou on LinkedinFollow her @brave_newgirl on Instagram and get her books Brave New Girl- How to be Fearless, FEAR LESS and her Internationally Bestselling book DARE TO SHARE on Amazon or Waterstones or Barnes & Noble. UK & US versions available.Lou is the founder of Brave New Girl Media putting your story in the spotlight, showcasing your vision on video and supercharging your impact on global podcasts  https://bravenewgirlmedia.comMusic by Melody LoopsSupport the show

    Strap on your Boots!
    Episode 147: Future Tech: What a moon base would be like

    Strap on your Boots!

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 13:22


    In this episode of Future Tech, I discuss what having a moon base would be like. The reason I want to talk about it is because NASA is planning to launch the Artemis Mission to the Moon and establish a base over the next couple of years, including the first woman on the moon and the first person of color on the moon. These are two exciting things and a lot of people say to me like well, why a moon base? Aren't we supposed to be going to Mars? Well, an analogy I can compare it to would be to say It's the same thing as learning how to ride a bicycle and drive a car. The moon is learning how to ride a bicycle and then Mars is learning how to drive a car. One is less difficult than the other. Tune in to hear my thoughts on what the moon base will be like!This episode is sponsored by the world's first productivity shot, Magic Mind. Pick some up at magicmind.co/boots and use my code BOOTS to get 20% off your order or 40% off your subscription within the next 10 days!

    The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
    The Last Optimist: “To Infinity and Beyond” – Space Travel, Mars, China, Nuclear Energy (#21)

    The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 63:16


    Credit to Buzz Lightyear of course (for the quote) we're joined in this episode by Terry Virts, a real-life former astronaut, former fighter pilot and retired USAF Colonel, to talk about rocket ships, the energy they need to get to the moon and beyond to Mars, the role of nuclear energy in space and on […]

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    This Week in Space 28: Breathing on Mars

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 55:47 Very Popular


    Mike Hecht is the main man behind the MOXIE oxygen-making experiment on the Perseverance rover. Mars won't be much fun to explore if we can't find a way to breathe there, and we'll need fuel to come home. MOXIE was designed to make oxygen from Martian air... and it works! We'll learn how on this episode of This Week in Space. Image credit: NASA Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik Guest: Michael Hecht Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: Ziprecruiter.com/twis

    This Week in Space (Audio)
    TWiS 28: Breathing on Mars - Scientist Mike Hecht on NASA's MOXIE Experiment to Make Oxygen on Mars

    This Week in Space (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 55:47 Very Popular


    Mike Hecht is the main man behind the MOXIE oxygen-making experiment on the Perseverance rover. Mars won't be much fun to explore if we can't find a way to breathe there, and we'll need fuel to come home. MOXIE was designed to make oxygen from Martian air... and it works! We'll learn how on this episode of This Week in Space. Image credit: NASA Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik Guest: Michael Hecht Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: Ziprecruiter.com/twis

    Dermot & Dave
    Could A Limerick College Student Be Ireland's Newest Hope For Space Travel?

    Dermot & Dave

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 9:34


    Back in 2018, Mary O'Donnell was listening to TodayFM when she heard Norah Patten speaking about her hopes to become the first Irish woman to go space. This chat inspired Mary to go after her dream to visit space school in the US. Since then, the Aeronautical Engineering student has been doing incredible things! Mary joined Dermot and Dave to talk about going from Limerick to working for Boeing and her hopes for space travel.

    This Week in Space (Audio)
    TWiS 27: Space Tourism - Dylan Taylor, NewSpace Entrepreneur

    This Week in Space (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 61:37 Very Popular


    The future is here! Regular citizens are starting to fly into space, and we caught up with Dylan Taylor, serial entrepreneur, president and CEO of space exploration firm Voyager Space, and most recently, private astronaut. Shortly after his flight on Blue Origin's New Shepard, he dove to the Titanic and the bottom of the Challenger Deep. Oh, and his company is building their own space station! Join us for the amazing armchair adventure with one of the newspace doers, Dylan Taylor. Host: Rod Pyle Co-Host: Geoffrey Notkin Guest: Dylan Taylor Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: Ziprecruiter.com/twis

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    This Week in Space 27: Space Tourism

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    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 61:37 Very Popular


    The future is here! Regular citizens are starting to fly into space, and we caught up with Dylan Taylor, serial entrepreneur, president and CEO of space exploration firm Voyager Space, and most recently, private astronaut. Shortly after his flight on Blue Origin's New Shepard, he dove to the Titanic and the bottom of the Challenger Deep. Oh, and his company is building their own space station! Join us for the amazing armchair adventure with one of the newspace doers, Dylan Taylor. Host: Rod Pyle Co-Host: Geoffrey Notkin Guest: Dylan Taylor Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: Ziprecruiter.com/twis

    In The Bag
    Space Travel and Smooth Distance | In The Bag 18

    In The Bag

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 48:41


    The Robbie and Brad invite another international guest on to discuss getting distance without having to smash off the tee.Register here to be our next guest: https://forms.gle/F7ZEeYhZcgw7wCpq5Subscribe ► http://bit.ly/FoundationPodcastsCheck out the Store: http://foundationdiscs.comWebsite: http://FDNSports.comPatreon: http://patreon.com/foundationdiscgolfFoundation Disc Golf: http://youtube.com/foundationdiscgolfFoundation Nation: http://youtube.com/foundationnationchannelDisc Reviews: http://youtube.com/c/FoundationDiscGolfReviewsJoin our Facebook group: http://facebook.com/groups/317249770164945Follow Us:http://instagram.com/foundationdiscgolfhttp://twitter.com/foundationdghttp://facebook.com/foundationdiscshttp://discord.gg/foundationdiscgolfhttp://reddit.com/r/FoundationDiscGolf

    CampWire
    Episode 51 | Stacey Morgan on Space Travel, Taking Risks, and Embracing Adventure

    CampWire

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 55:55


    Join us for an adventure-filled conversation! Stacey Morgan, wife of NASA astronaut Drew Morgan, is the author of The Astronaut's Wife: How Launching My Husband Into Outer Space Changed the Way I Live on Earth, a true story about making the most of your one incredible life.  Show notes: Order your copy of The Astronaut's Wife book Stacey's website Follow Stacey on Instagram Follow ACA on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and TikTok!    

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    Nasa's Artemis mission and the future of space travel

    Best of Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 9:22


    Yesterday, the Artemis One Rocket, the biggest rocket ever developed by Nasa was meant to be launched. However, the launch had to be postponed due to a technical issue. Today's Martha Kearney speaks to Lord Martin Rees, the Astronomer royal and former president of the Royal Society, about the rocket's mission and the future of space travel. (Image: Artemis One in front of a full moon, REUTERS/Joe Skipper TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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    TWiS 26: Space For the Rest of Us - Dale Skran of the National Space Society

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    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 47:50 Very Popular


    Dale Skran of the National Space Society joins Rod Pyle and Geoff Notkin to discuss the NSS and commercial space efforts. What is the new space age and why is it important. It's a great conversation on This Week in Space. Host: Rod Pyle Co-Host: Geoffrey Notkin Guest: Dale Skran Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit

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    This Week in Space 26: Space For the Rest of Us

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    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 47:50


    Dale Skran of the National Space Society joins Rod Pyle and Geoff Notkin to discuss the NSS and commercial space efforts. What is the new space age and why is it important. It's a great conversation on This Week in Space. Host: Rod Pyle Co-Host: Geoffrey Notkin Guest: Dale Skran Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-space. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit