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Interview | NASA’s Psyche Mission to a Metal Asteroid

Interview | NASA’s Psyche Mission to a Metal Asteroid

June 23, 2019

We are joined by NASA's Psyche mission lead Lindy Elkins-Tanton to talk about this upcoming mission to explore the metallic asteroid that may be the core of a protoplanet! We cover what this means for us here on Earth and why is it important as well as how they plan to accomplish the mission itself!

Orbit 12.21

Space News | How you can travel to the International Space Station

Space News | How you can travel to the International Space Station

June 19, 2019

NASA is opening its doors (or airlocks) to the International Space Station. If you have enough cash, cash, money you will be able to hitch a ride up to the iconic orbiting laboratory,

Athena return to give us an interesting look at the rings of Saturn and newly discovered findings from Cassini.

Space News | Reusable Spaceships and a mysterious Lunar lump

Space News | Reusable Spaceships and a mysterious Lunar lump

June 13, 2019

This week we bring you launches in a slightly updated format. A bit tweaked even from last week, let me know if that adds some of the excitement and fun back in.

In News this week ESA is working on a reusable spaceship that can rapidly bring back samples to Earth. There's also a mysterious lump on the Moon that may be made of materials we can use to build with. And of course Dr. Tamitha Skov brings us not only this weeks Space Weather but also a quick update on some beautiful clouds that the sun has been influencing.

 

Space News | Starlink Launches, OmegA Anomaly and Plasma

Space News | Starlink Launches, OmegA Anomaly and Plasma

June 5, 2019

We are back with a SLEW of launches this week! Trying a slightly modified launch format combining the best of Launch Minute with the flexibility of the current format. Needs a bit of love (especially the upcoming launches graphic) but hopefully you see the vision here.

In Space News this week, Northrup Grumman has an anomaly with their OmegA launcher on the ground and EXTREME Matter in Sun's Atmosphere! As always we close it out with Dr. Tamitha Skov bringing us this weeks Space Traffic!

Roundtable | NASA’s Project Artemis and their plans to settle the moon

Roundtable | NASA’s Project Artemis and their plans to settle the moon

June 2, 2019

This week we have special guest Manju Bangalore along with Cariann, Jared and Jade return for our first round table in a while to talk about NASA"s plan to colonize the moon. We dive specifically in to their Project Artemis.

Since we didn't really cover it on the show, a bit about Manju. She used to work on the Orion Display systems at NASA's Johnson Space Center and is currently the founder and executive of Operation Period. We are hoping to make Maju a more regular host on the show!

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