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Best Annie Handmer podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Annie Handmer podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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In this episode I chat to science communicator and astrophysicist Kirsten Banks. Kirsten is currently undertaking a PhD at UNSW in astrophysics. She is passionate about increasing the representation of women in science, and as a proud Wiradjuri woman often speaks on TV, radio, and at public events about aboriginal astronomy. Kirsten was the winner …
 
This podcast begins with a conversation over a cup of tea with Thomas Gooch, founder of the Office of Other Spaces, the Office of Planetary Obervations, and the national Australian director of the Moon Village Association. Regular listeners might remember Thomas as the host of the Moon Village Association panel on the Moon in Melbourne in February …
 
In this episode I am joined by experts in the field of Space Law from around the world to discuss the US White House Executive Order 'on Encouraging International Support for the Recovery and Use of Space Resources', released 6 April 2020. The panelists are: Gabriel Swiney: Attorney Advisor, US State Department (https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabriel-…
 
A/Prof Alice Gorman, who tweets as @drspacejunk and is the author of 'Dr Space Junk vs The Universe' is an internationally recognised leader in the emerging field of space archaeology. Closer to home she has worked extensively in Australian Indigenous heritage management, providing advice for mining industry, urban development, government departmen…
 
A/Prof Alice Gorman, who tweets as @drspacejunk and is the author of 'Dr Space Junk vs The Universe' is an internationally recognised leader in the emerging field of space archaeology. Closer to home she has worked extensively in Australian Indigenous heritage management, providing advice for mining industry, urban development, government departmen…
 
Cain and Tal join me again to unpack the film Interstellar, the 2014 Christopher Nolan film that made relativity even cooler than it already was. This was recorded back before the crisis really hit Australia, and you can totally tell because we talk about the bushfires as if they are the worst thing we’ll encounter this decade, and about social iso…
 
In this very fun episode I'm joined by Cain and Tal from the phenomenal Aussie podcast ‘Movies with Cain and Tal’. We consume junk food while talking about a film that can only be called junk cinema – the 1964 cult classic ‘Santa Claus Conquers the Martians’. If you watched the ABC program ‘employable me’ last year you might remember Cain, who iden…
 
In part 2 of our interview Tom and I talk about the nature of journalism, how to construct a story around technology, and how the media landscape has shifted over the last 30 years. This is part 2 of 2 parts. You can watch this podcast in video form here: https://youtu.be/Yy-2cyzvRbU https://mediadirectory.economist.com/people/tom-standage/ https:/…
 
In this episode I chat over space and time with Tom Standage, Deputy Editor at The Economist, about his book 'The Writing on the Wall', and how social media is actually not as new as you might think! This is part 1 of 2 parts. You can watch this podcast in video form here: https://youtu.be/NMD363NJgCA https://mediadirectory.economist.com/people/tom…
 
Two important messages: The first and most important is that Space Junk Podcast now has a special COVID COVIDeo edition which is on YouTube. In addition to listening to me talking to space folk, you can now watch me do it from my home-office space desk, dressed in my best space themed attire: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYMne7dZMDhkA43I6s8Sbog…
 
In this episode PhD student (and COVID style icon) Annie Handmer brings you part 2 of her conversation with the brilliant Ingrid Ockert. Dr Ingrid Ockert is a historian of science and media in the 20th century, specialising in depictions of science on TV. In this episode she and Annie talk about Cadbury and Julius Sumner Miller, Dr Karl, things tha…
 
In this episode I bring you part 1 of my conversation with the incredible Ingrid Ockert. Dr Ingrid Ockert is a historian of science and media in the 20th century. She holds a PhD from the History of Science Program at Princeton University. Ingrid was the was the 2018-2019 NASA/HSS History Fellow and is currently serving as a post-doctoral fellow at…
 
Last October I attended the 70th International Astronautical Congress in Washington DC. IAC is a massive conference, bringing together thousands of people who work in the space sector from national agency representatives to defence practitioners to those in private industry. In this episode I speak with three Australians at the conference who give …
 
In this episode, I bring you part 1 of a relaxed, wide-ranging and delectable conversation with fan-favourite and good friend Dr Benjamin Pope. Ben has a PhD in Astrophysics from Oxford University and is currently a NASA Sagan Fellow at NYU researching exoplanets. In this episode, Ben and I tackle an in-advisably large number and bewilderingly wide…
 
In this episode, we get technical. I catch up with Dr Francis Bennet, a researcher from the Australian National University who works on Lasers, adaptive optics, and quantum electronics and is currently based out of Mt Stromlo. Our conversation ranges from space situational awareness (SSA) and riding bicycles, to making your own chocolate while fixi…
 
In this episode I chat to space lawyer Donna Lawler, the Principal at Azimuth Advisory, a firm which provides advice and assistance to Governments and businesses who are engaged in space activities. Donna is a commercial space lawyer with decades of experience working with Optus Satellite, and other Aussie space companies. We talk about the intrica…
 
In part 2 of my conversation with Dr Vince Houghton, the chief historian and curator at the international spy museum in Washington DC, we continue to delve into the intersections between technology, espionage, and society. If you haven't heard part 1, listen to that one first! http://spaceaustralia.com/opinions/space-junk-space-espionage-dr-vince-h…
 
In this week's episode, I interrupt the normal scheduling to bring you a special episode on space and bushfires. It seems that despite the technological advances that space has brought, we are still at the whim of nature when it comes to natural disasters. Or are we? To help me answer this question, I tracked down the best expert I know to tell me …
 
In this episode, I chat to Dr Vince Houghton, the chief historian and curator of the International Spy Museum in DC and the host of their podcast 'SpyCast' about Space Espionage, and Space-enabled spying. Dr Houghton specializes in military and intelligence history, with specific expertise on late-WWII and early-Cold War eras. He is a veteran of th…
 
In this episode, Meaghan Munro and I talk about the future of space in Australia and internationally. Meaghan is an aerospace engineering student who founded the Monash University rocketry team and is chairing the Australian Youth Aerospace Association (AYAA) Space Futures conference in Adelaide, Australia in 2020. This episode is a wild ride in wh…
 
In this episode, Secure World Foundation Space Lawyer Chris Johnson and I branch out from our discussion on the tardigrades on the Moon to chat about the benefits of using robots for space exploration, whether it's possible to interpret space law in a non-anthropocentric manner, and what it means to use space sustainably. We also touch on astropoli…
 
In this episode, Chris Johnson from the Secure World Foundation joins me to do a deep dive on the curious news about an Israeli spacecraft crash landing onto the moon, and potentially releasing thousands of little critters called tardigrades onto the lunar surface. We ask such important questions as 'what is a tardigrade?', explore the ins and outs…
 
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing, I tracked down Dylan O'Donnell, one of Australia's leading amateur astrophotographers, in beautiful Byron Bay. Dylan is also the creator of the 'Star Stuff' festival. In this episode we speak about astronomy, the state of science in Australia, the power of space to inspire, and the rising…
 
In this episode I talk with Daniel Porras, a Space Security Fellow at UNIDIR, the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research. Daniel focuses on political and legal issues surrounding space security and, in particular, the progressive development of sustainable norms of behaviour for space. We talk about space weaponization, space debris, and…
 
In this podcast, I chat to Professor Steven Freeland, international space law expert and current Dean of Law at Western Sydney University, about the challenges and opportunities posed by the international legal regime that governs our activities in space. What is international law? how does it work? How do advances in technology drive or impede its…
 
In this episode I sit down with Dr Malcolm Davis, a senior analyst at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI). Malcolm's research focuses on defence strategy and capability development, military technology, and the future of warfare. In this episode we talk about the importance of space to national security, what a hybrid cyber / space war…
 
In this episode I talk with Ben Piggott, a submariner and Communications and Information Warfare Officer with the Royal Australian Navy. Ben did his undergraduate degree in Chemistry and recently completed his Masters of Space Operations at UNSW Canberra. He is Secretary of the Australian Youth Aerospace Association and on the Future Strategic Lead…
 
Part 2 of my conversation with visiting NASA Sagan Fellow and exoplanet-studying astrophysicist Dr Ben Pope is a lot like a Jane Austen novel. We unpack our prejudice against the Humanity Star and Musk's space Tesla, we spend a lot of time talking about money and the elite, and ultimately find common ground in our mutual embarrassment about Austral…
 
In this episode I sit down with visiting NASA Sagan Fellow, Dr Ben Pope, to talk about Space Force. What is it, and why is there such controversy? In a wide ranging conversation that covers history, politics, art, science and sociology, we discuss everything from communist cowboys to our vision for the future of Australia's new Space Agency. Ben di…
 
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