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Episode 304: WRT Raining, Pouring

Spaceflight news— ISS’s crew of ten Rocket Lab to test booster recovery from space this May Two new Chinese spaceports planned (spacenews.c

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Gravity Assist: Season 5 Trailer – What’s Your Gravity Assist?

Go behind the scenes at NASA with Chief Scientist Jim Green in the Gravity Assist podcast. We’ll talk to people who work in lots of different areas to make space missions and scientific investigations

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635-Exploring Mars

We are lucky to be alive in an age when anyone with an internet connection can participate in the exploration of Mars. Your unique brain-eye combination may very well enable you to notice a previously

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Episode 303: Dramatic Concealed Conflagration

Spaceflight news— Failed data bus on Crew Dragon (HT Kevin Smith: SN11 landing failure (space.com) & Sweet— Rocket La



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Impact Possibilities

Recently, three asteroids were discovered which have very slight probabilities of impact with planet Earth between 2065 and 2117. My team, the Catalina Sky Survey found two of them and the Pan-STARRS

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634-Meteor Goes Splat

On 28 February 2021 at 9:54PM a large slow moving fireball meteor was observed over England, Northern Ireland, Wales, and Scotland. The Wichcombe meteorite which this meteor produced is particularly v

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Spacecraft

In the early days of space exploration when a flight component failed the mission was over. In recent history, there have been a few times when astronauts have repaired satellites and a number of inst

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Ep. 600: Looking Ahead

Astronomy Cast Ep. 600: Looking Ahead by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay Today we are gonna gaze into the future of space and astronomy. What upcoming missions & events are we excited about?


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633-Dress Rehearsal

The situation that asteroid hunters both train for and dread is the discovery of a large space rock on a collision course with planet Earth. Recently we got a chance to practice on a small harmless sp

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Artificial Gravity

Bill Paloski, former director of the Human Research Program at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, explores the idea of artificial gravity within a spacecraft for long-duration missions and explains how it m

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This Week @NASA, March 26, 2021

Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Preparing for First Flight and more ...

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Episode 302: Debris Mayhem

Spaceflight news— Bill Nelson to be nominated as next NASA head Debris mayhem — Space Force would hire deorbiting satellites — Astroscale’s demo will


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Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Episode 56, Model-based Systems Engineering NASA's Terry Hill and Jessica Knizhnik discuss the agency's transition to model-based systems engineering.
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Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Episode 56, Model-based Systems Engineering

NASA's Terry Hill and Jessica Knizhnik discuss the agency's transition to model-based systems engineering.

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121E-133-2 Close Approaches

Slightly more than a day apart, my NASA funded Catalina Sky Survey teammates Richard Kowalski and Carson Fuls found two small asteroids. Both of them can travel to much closer than the distance to our

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Ep. 599: Zodiacal Light

Astronomy Cast Ep. 599: Zodiacal Light by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay Pamela has told us in the most flowery terms about the diffuse dust across the inner solar system left over from the formation of

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This Week @NASA, March 19, 2021

Second Hot Fire Test for Artemis I Rocket and more ...



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