July 31, 2019
Jared and Tamitha are off this week, so you're stuck with just me for a bit. Sorry!
For our July 31st news I covered the launches from this last week including iSpace who made orbit for the very first time! With a small hot-wheels sized car? Also talked about the SLS Green Run test that is now back on the books at Stennis... And finally I cover my favorite off-nominal space shuttle mission of all time: STS-93!
July 25, 2019
Sorry about the over-driven audio, rookie mistake on my part.
This week we take a few minutes to catch up on launches and tests. We also have some updates on how ISRO is looking to help scope out water for a NASA Project Artemis Lunar landing site as well as shakeups in the NASA Administration ranks themselves. Also want to welcome Manju to Space News!
July 21, 2019
Astreia Founder Dr. Natalie Rens joins us to talk about Artificial Intelligence. We cover her plans to use AI here on Earth and how that AI can then assist on colonizing the Red Planet and beyond.
July 14, 2019
Astrobotic CEO John Thornton joins us to talk about the past, present and future of the company. They are developing lunar infrastructure starting with landers and have recently won a NASA Commercial Lunar Payload Services contract (CLPS) to help enable that tech.
July 3, 2019
We have a slew of launches this week to catch you up on! And in news the Space Launch System is gearing up to test its mobile launch platform over at Launch Complex 39B. This week you'll really want to watch the weather segment, awesome meteor that broke up over Puerto Rico and what that would have looked like on Mars!