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Record Store Society

Tara Davies/Natalie White

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It's time to visit your favorite local record store; a place where music fans spend countless hours flipping through records, discuss the minutia of favorite b-sides, best live albums, and anything else music-related. If you have any questions, you can always find Tara and Natalie behind the counter ready to give a recommendation or tell you about a recent discovery. Join Record Store Society, a music podcast, biweekly to see what’s new or just to hang around for some music talk.
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We Buy Records is a podcast dedicated to vinyl record collecting (and sometimes selling). From cleaning tips to city buying reports interspersed with new vinyl reviews and vinyl stupidity. If you're a crate-digger, this is the show for you.... Tim runs a record shop with his partner in East Sussex. When not hunting for records he enjoys composing melancholy electronic music and watching reviews of obsolete technology on the internet. Paul has been collecting records for 30 years, mainly soun ...
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Deep Cuts From The Record Bin Podcast

PirateNovelist And Samuel Townsend

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Enjoy :) Follow us :D Samuel Townsend Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itssamuelt Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/itssamuel_t Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itssamuel_t PirateNovelist Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/josh.garbin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/piratenovelist Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@PirateNovelist
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Darkside Records Podcast

Darkside Records Podcast

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The Darkside Records Podcast is a monthly podcast recorded at Darkside Records, an independent record store located in Poughkeepsie, NY. The podcast is a roundtable discussion of music, vinyl records, the music industry, and whatever else hosted Justin Johnson, JB and Roberto and features interviews and conversations with store staff, bands, industry professionals, and more. Darkside Records, located at 611 Dutchess Turnpike (Rt 44) in Poughkeepsie, NY is an independent music retailer and CI ...
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Regular in depth features from various expert contributors including Public Service broadcasting, Twilight Sad, Little Kicks, Capollos, Kraftwerk and more from local contributors Album reviews Gig reviews Music Commentary We need your input so get in touch at fouridlehands@gmail.com Twitter - @fouridle
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Nerdy Lil Bubba is a podcast for Black Nerds to engage in current events, Black and/or Pop Culture, Books of the Month, Music, Sports, Relationships and whatever else comes to mind.......
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Album picks on a range of topics selected by the all knowing Wheel of Musical Destiny. Three friends and music nerds discuss classic albums across a variety of genres including rock, metal, country, hip-hop, rnb and pop. Nostalgia, nonsense and general nerdery ensue. New episodes every week. Join the conversation on Discord, albumnerds.com/discord.
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Public Service Podcasting

Crayg Ward, James Brown and Nathan Stewart

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3 super-fans go(!) delving into the audio archives of Public Service Broadcasting. Join your hosts James Brown, Nathan Stewart, and Crayg Ward on a nerdy and insightful exploration of the band’s entire discography. Together they’ll dissect and celebrate the music of PSB; from the soaring riffs of ‘Spitfire’ to the Berlin beats of ‘Bright Magic’ (…and beyond). Whether you’re a die-hard fan or a casual listener, this podcast is your go-to destination for all things Public Service Broadcasting.
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NO POLITICS!! JUST MUSIC FROM THE VINYL. THE WHOLE VINYL AND NOTHING BUT THE VINYL! “The Vinyl Exile” is a music podcast in which I only play music from out of print vinyl albums that are no longer available as domestic releases on compact discs and are unavailable as digital download tracks. The pops, skips and surface noises that you hear on the songs will not be edited out or cleaned up.
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A multi media podcast about Cowboy Bebop, A 1990s anime series that has hits fans and future fans. As well as a podcast about movies new and old. Now a podcast that is about Music new and old, as well as a podcast focused on Project Blue Book.
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The Judged by the Cover Podcast is all about album cover design. I will be discussing the designs of a variety of album covers, how the cover design helps tell the story of the album, and any cool facts and stories I find along the way. I believe that album art can be one of the major factors in someone listening to and buying your music, so come on a journey with me as we discover why having an album cover designer is a key to your musics success.
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Music Matters Media covers all genres of music from Pop, R&B, and Hip-Hop to EDM, Pop-Punk, Alternative Rock, and more! Listen as we discuss music news, album reviews, concert reviews, discover up-and-coming artists, and talk about all things music. You can now stream the #MusicMattersMedia podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Soundcloud, iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Audible, Pandora, and any other platform podcasts are hosted. Make sure to subscribe to catch up on ol ...
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INTO THE GROOVES (with Adrian) is a podcast dedicated to all things vinyl. Join me each episode as I speak to different music enthusiasts from different parts of the globe about their love and passion for collecting and spinning music on vinyl.
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Hey! Remember the 80's?

Joe Christopher and Kari Race

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Join your hosts, Joe Christopher and Kari Race, as they discuss all the outrageous hits, and those deeper hits, from the 80's! Which songs still hold up today, which songs should be left in the 80's, and which ones are hidden gems? We'll cover the well-known hits from the decade (Ghostbusters, anyone?), and even songs that you haven't heard in 30 years (paging Karla Bonoff). Dust off your Members Only jacket, crack open a Pepsi Free, and join us for segments like "Just a Bit Outside" and "Co ...
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Vinyl Snob

Dave Whitaker

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“There are only two sides to a disk but there are many sides to the story of the vinyl record,“ says the producer and host of Vinyl Snob, Dave Whitaker. But we hasten to add: you don’t have to be a snob; you can be a connoisseur, or just someone who never got rid of their records...or a new convert, someone who just bought their first vinyl LP. All are welcome to the One True Church of the Turntable. If you are a vinyl acolyte, then this podcast is a must-listen, with strong production value ...
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Every other week, Mark (co-owner) and Annelise (manager) guide listeners through happenings at Harvest Records in West Asheville, from hot new releases to special events to staff favorites to hilarious stories; plus one special guest interview per episode. Giving depth and character to what it means to be a part of one of the country's most well-respected record shops, and insight on what it means to live in present day Asheville North Carolina, "Sticker and Sleeve" will provide insider stor ...
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Hosted by Blake K Fresh and Vintage - Global and Local. Music and Commentary focusing on the best in independent and underground Hip Hop, Jazz, Soul & Electronica. Broadcasting out of Melbourne/Naarm, Australia.
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Long Play

Michael O'Brien

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Long Play is a podcast curated by @obmcfly. This is space for musical curators of all types to chat with new friends and old about their favorite albums.
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Wasted Weekly

Mid-Century Wasted

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A vintage reselling business, audiophile obsessions, news and trends, what sold on eBay, plus mom-life, teacher-life, coach-life, and little-kid-life updates. The weekly recap from Jamie and Blake of the wildly popular YouTube channel Mid-Century Wasted.
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Lion Legacy

Penn State Alums Jared Melzer & Ross Weisbrot

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The Lion Legacy podcast uncovers stories of Penn State University alumni and their compelling professional and personal journeys. Founded by 2004 graduates and great friends - Jared Melzer and Ross Weisbrot - the duo interviews guests from wide-ranging career industries and dives into how Penn State has prepared them for growth and success.
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Coffee, conversation and occasional quips! In each episode we talk to an interesting guest, whilst trying a new coffee and putting the world to rights. The show aims to be entertaining, enlightening and irreverent. Some strong language so recommended 15+. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/acod. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Tired of Winning

TiredofWinning podcast by TOWLLC

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A ridiculous and obnoxious weekly lefty political podcast featuring three grouchy thirty somethings, copious amounts of coffee and the inability to treat any topic with the proper seriousness it deserves. Write to us: TiredOfWinning361@gmail.com For updates check up out on Instagram @Tired.Of.Winning
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Playing re-broadcasts of Classic Sounds with JCV Originally air on Montco Radio For live show of Classic Sounds with JCV, check out the Montco Radio schedule at https://montcoradio.wixsite.com/montcoradio/schedule For more fun and info, check out and like our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/classicsoundswithjcv/
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TurnTable Talk

TurnTable Talk Podcast

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This is a podcast that's all about listening to music of all different genres on vinyl. From current music to far into the past, we discuss the episodes albums picked by its two hosts, and dive into the emotions and feelings that the artist wanted there listeners to feel. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/turntable-talk-podcast/support
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Legendary hip-hop recording artist and DJ Grandmaster Flash talks about his career from the 1970's to the present day – along with his new record The Grandmaster Flash Collection. Hosted by Vick Hope at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
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Goldmine

Goldmine Magazine

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Goldmine, the Music Collector’s Magazine, reports on the music collecting hobby and interviews classic music artists with The Goldmine Music Collector's Podcast. Goldmine has been the choice for music collectors and music fans since 1974. Proud part of Pantheon Podcasts.
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After last week's all-Memphis lineup (Episode #134) it's time for a little North Carolina love as we welcome Superchunk founders Mac McCaughan and Laura Ballance to talk about their little indie label that could, Merge Records, as they celebrate 35 years with the big MERGE 35 festival in Chapel Hill, NC, July 24-27. Meanwhile over in Raleigh, RSD c…
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The Webb Space Telescope captures a pair of intertwined galaxies glowing in infrared. NASA releases breathtaking new images from the James Webb Space Telescope. Plus, Chinese company iSpace experiences another launch failure, and the U.S. plan to crash the Space Station is condemned by space agency leaders. Sources: https://starherald.com/news/nati…
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NATO allies pledge $1 billion to promote sharing of space-based intel. Joe Engle, last of the X-15 test pilots who touched space, dies at 91. Plus, a family portrait of two galaxies captured by the Webb Telescope. Also, NASA's flagship mission to Europa faces vulnerability to radiation. Sources: https://arstechnica.com/space/2024/07/nato-allies-ple…
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Join us for episode 171 of the Kscope where our host Billy Reeves catches up with Tim Bowness ahead of his upcoming album “Powder Dry” which is out on 16th August. We will hear about his influences, collaborations and future plans and why he decided that Kscope was the label for him. There is also an opportunity to hear the first single from the hi…
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Scientists design a spacesuit that can turn urine into drinking water, revolutionizing space exploration. NASA invests in a rocket that could get humans to Mars and back in 2 months. Plus, a clever new device allows astronauts to drink their pee on spacewalks. Also, SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket launch encounters a setback, highlighting the challenges o…
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Singer-songwriter and producer Gary Burr joins the show to talk about his new book, Reunion: A Rock & Roll Fantasy. Gary and guitarist Mark Mirando geek out with Ken over the Beatles and share their recollections of working with Ringo Starr. Subscribe so you don't miss an episode of Ken Dashow's Beatles Revolution!…
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Japanese space agency spots unspecified zero-day attacks. Astronauts still stuck in space after Hurricane Beryl delays ride back to Earth. Plus, Rocket Lab sets launch window for next space mission. Also, astronauts stuck on ISS confident problem-plagued Starliner will bring them home. Sources: https://www.theregister.com/2024/07/11/jaxa_m365_zerod…
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Scientists successfully test a microgravity 3D printer in space, Europe's Mars sample return orbiter makes progress despite budget uncertainty, the James Webb Space Telescope discovers "dangling OH" ice in space, and SpaceX faces challenges to its Starship launch license. Join us as we explore the exciting advancements in 3D printing, the internati…
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The boys from the podcast scramble their microphones in haste to reflect on an exciting week for PSB fans far and wide! If you'd like to get your views heard on the podcast, AND would like to take part in our 'End Of Season Listener Party' then register your interest by emailing: publicservicepodcasting@gmail.com Or DM us on IG: @publicservicepodca…
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On this week's episode, we unpack Dua Lipa's much-anticipated third studio album, 'Radical Optimism'. It's her first full-length release in four years since 'Future Nostalgia', and we're here to explore every detail. Join us as we delve into the album's unique sonic landscape and the evolved lyrical maturity that sets this record apart.We'll share …
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Send us a Text Message. Episode 260: Joe and Kari are going back to July 17, 1982, to peruse an issue of Billboard magazine (Thank you, Monty Greeley). You'll hear about articles and ads featuring Jimmy Spicer and The B.B. & Q Band, and some more familiar names like Carly Simon and Robert Plant. Kari's happy to discuss Bonnie Hayes, and Joe always …
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Hennessey Venom F5 crashes at 250 MPH on Kennedy Space Center runway. NASA spots unexpected X-shaped structures in Earth's upper atmosphere. Amid the Starliner delay, a former astronaut discusses being stuck in space. NASA spacecraft catches volcano plumes blasting into space. Join us as we explore these captivating stories from the world of space …
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Companies prepare the next generation of space stations for orbit as NASA collaborates with multiple companies. Meanwhile, Lucky Cat Records opens in a historic music space, offering a curated collection of new and used vinyl. Join us as we explore the future of space exploration and the revival of vinyl in Simply Space's coverage. Sources: https:/…
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The European Space Agency creates 'space bricks' using 3D printing technology and meteorite dust for lunar construction. Engineers successfully send a 3D printer to space, showcasing its potential for on-demand manufacturing. Plus, NASA prepares for the retirement of the International Space Station, and astronauts send a Fourth of July message from…
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Seattle City Council to vote on converting empty office space into housing. EU funding supports project for ultra-precise satellite navigation. Plus, the physical toll of prolonged space travel on astronauts and the importance of defensible space during fire season. Sources: https://www.king5.com/article/news/local/seattle/proposal-remove-barriers-…
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On this episode of Goldmine Podcast's Record Store Recon: Rattleback Records (Chicago) is reviewed thoroughly with special guests Rev from the band The Drowns and Liverpool Neil from the Punk 'Till I Die podcast. Dr. Disc of Goldmine took Rev and The Drowns record shopping at Rattleback and a good time was had by all! Listen in! Learn more about yo…
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SpaceX wins a contract to provide launch services for the COSI mission. NASA is launching an artificial star into space in 2029. Boeing's Starliner capsule exceeds expectations on its first astronaut mission. Plus, a discussion on Australia's role in the space economy and security beyond GEO. Sources: https://spaceanddefense.io/spacex-wins-cosi-lau…
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Ariane 6 restores independent European access to space, while China's commercial space hub opening clashes with a rocket mishap. Also, NASA targets early August for Cygnus spacecraft resupply mission, and no return date yet for NASA astronauts stranded in space aboard Boeing's capsule. Sources: https://thenextweb.com/news/ariane-6-restore-independe…
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Let's go to Memphis in the meantime, baby! Our featured interview is with Rob Bowman, the Toronto based academic scholar and Grammy Award-winning professor of ethnomusicology. Notably, Rob is a recognized authority on Stax Records, and has produced numerous Stax box sets in addition to writing an exhaustively researched book, Soulsville USA: The St…
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Springsteen’s landmark 1984 album Born in the USA has become an iconic piece of American culture. The album art and long series of hits were hard to escape in the mid-80s and still play a part in modern day society. Join us as we discuss the album and some other things we’ve been digging on. Turn on the grill and break out the SPF – the Summer of D…
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John Jackson, a representative for the Bon Scott Estate, comes on the Goldmine Podcast to explain what the estate has in store to keep the AC/DC singer’s legacy alive, with concert celebrations, collectibles, merch and more, with his 78th birthday onward. Fans will revel in what's to come. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoi…
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Chinese space company accidentally launches a rocket. Technical failures leave Starliner crew 'not stranded' on ISS indefinitely. Japan's space agency set for latest H3 rocket launch. NASA is going to intentionally destroy the International Space Station. Stay updated on the latest developments and challenges in the space industry. Sources: https:/…
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Have you met Jayant? Jayant is an improviser and facilitator with over 5 years of experience in the field. He has showcased his improvisational skills in various performances with his troupe, NIC (Nautankibaaz Improv Collective), for esteemed multinational corporations such as Adobe, Google, and KPMG, among others. He has honed his skills through c…
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Prepare to be mesmerized by NASA's stunning visualization of the Pillars of Creation. Two NASA astronauts face delays in space after the Boeing Starliner launch. A sheriff's deputy encounters a UFO on a highway. New research reveals Mars gets walloped by space rocks more than scientists thought. Join us as we explore the wonders of the universe, th…
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Prepare to be mesmerized by NASA's new visualization of the Pillars of Creation. SpaceX has been awarded an $840 million contract to bring down the International Space Station. Juno probe reveals lava lakes on Jupiter's volcanic moon Io. Plus, the story of astronauts preparing for an emergency evacuation on the ISS. Sources: https://www.foxweather.…
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In this special episode of the Judged by the Cover podcast, we invite five music/entertainment industry professionals to put their expertise to the test. Join us as our guests blind judge a selection of album covers, rating each one out of 10 purely on visual appeal. But that's not all—they also take a shot at guessing the music genre behind each c…
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One half of the FIH team has been to the euros so in this episode we talk about the experience, getting to games, ticketing, atmosphere, beer and the actual games. Best teams so far, best players and prospects now that the knockout round is upon us. We also have a chat on this weekends Glastonbury festival and who we are looking to see. Danke fürs …
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Send us a Text Message. Episode 259: Happy Pride Month, all! Joe and Kari have a great episode this week inspired by an idea from friend of the podcast Dom! Prepare to build a rainbow using 80's songs, albums, and bands that use colors in their names: "Orange Crush" by REM, "Red Light" by Linda Clifford, the Moody Blues, you get the picture! So man…
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This year, the genre-straddling Hawthorne, California rock band Redd Kross are celebrating 45 years as a band, and as such, founding brothers Jeff and Steve McDonald have been involved in a number of biographical projects including a memoir, Now You’re One Of Us (with author Dan Epstein), and director Andrew Reich’s career-spanning documentary, Bor…
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Stevie Wonder had a pretty amazing stretch of albums during the early 1970s. One of our favorites from the period is 1973’s Innervisions. We talked about it a bit a few years ago, but the Summer of Don has given us a chance to talk about it a bit more. Stevie Wonder – Innervisions Caroline Shaw – Rectangles and Circumstances Ulcerate – Cutting the …
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More kids than ever have their sights set on space, and LEGO is inspiring astronauts of the future. Explore the near-lifeless 'Land of Terror' in the Sahara desert. NASA's oversight of a helium leak leaves astronauts stuck in space. India's Space Research Organization plans to build a reusable launch vehicle. Join us at Simply Space as we delve int…
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A family in Florida seeks compensation from NASA after space debris damages their home. The return of Boeing Starliner from the International Space Station faces delays, raising concerns about its safety. Minecraft's latest update allows players to launch themselves into space, showcasing the game's limitless creativity. MIT students collaborate to…
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NASA announces plans with ISRO to include Indian astronauts in the International Space Station. A Florida family seeks damages from NASA for space debris damage to their home. Plus, a next-generation material discovered to self-heal when exposed to space radiation. Also, China-France satellite to monitor powerful explosions in space. Sources: https…
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Starlink Mini brings high-speed internet to backpackers. Japan's space agency, JAXA, faces cyberattacks. Also, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope celebrates its 21st anniversary with a stunning image. Astronauts stuck in space due to Boeing's Starliner issues. Sources: https://www.theverge.com/2024/6/21/24182970/starlink-mini-usb-power-specs-price https…
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