December 23, 2018
Mike, Cariann, Jared, Jade, Benjamin and the community of TMRO take a look back at our favorite cosmic events of 2018 and look froward to 2019.
- Electron | ELaNa 19
- Soyuz ST-A | CSO 1
- GSLV Mk.2 | GSAT 7A
- Long March 11 | Hongyun-1
- 2018 in review
- Looking forward to 2019
- New Horizons and Ultima Thule are about to get REAL CLOSE
- Astronomers find most distant Solar System body to date
- Soyuz MS-09 Crew makes it home Safe
- Faint glow generated by galaxy clusters helps map dark matter
December 16, 2018
Former NASA Deputy Chief Technologist Jim Adams joins us for story time. We talk about the planetary status of Pluto, the Kármán line, how moist the solar system seems to be, microbial life on Mars and so much more!
Everything scrubbed this week... But get ready for next week with SIX scheduled launches! Yikes!
- Welcome to Space, Spaceship 2
- Cosmonauts perform Soyuz Surgery
- Voyager 2 is interstellar
December 9, 2018
Xtronaut Chief Science Officer and Principle Investigator for the OSIRIS-Rex mission Dante Lauretta joins us to talk about NASA's Mission to Bennu as well as his new STEM card game on Kickstarter: Downlink - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/827615927/downlink-the-game-of-planetary-discovery
- Soyuz FG | Soyuz MS-11
- Falcon 9 | SSO-A
- Ariane 5 | GSAT-11
- Falcon 9 | CRS-16
- Long March 2D | SaudiSat 5A and 5B
- Long March 3B | Chang'e 4
- Moist Mysteries from Space
- Russia to the Moon by 2040
- New Planets
December 5, 2018
Dr Kirby Runyon from Johns Hopkins University's APL joins us to talk about mountains, hearts and giant ice spears all discovered on Pluto by the New Horizons mission. We also argue the definition of what a 'planet' actually is. What do you think?
December 2, 2018
Guest Conrad Pires from @picosatsystems joins us live to talk about the next evolution of miniaturized satellites: Pico Sats.
In Space Nerd News this week we talk about Insight landing on Mars, NASA's announcement of private companies that are helping to get them back to the Moon and potentially Dangerous Bacteria Found in ISS.
- Special South Korea sub-orbital launch