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Onze gast deze week is Jan Terpstra, expert op het gebied van fotografie en ruimtevaart. Meer informatie over het restaureren van oude foto's uit de geschiedenis van de ruimtevaart is hieronder te vinden NASA's Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project en het initiatief om de tapes met data te herstellen. Ook Wired heeft er over geschreven. Onderzoek na…
 
Shownotes De eerste resultaten van de beta-test met internet via Starlink zijn naar buiten gebracht Dwergplaneet Ceres blijkt een ondergrondse oceaan met zout water te hebben Doug Loverro (vorige chef 'Bemande Ruimtevaart' van NASA) wordt wellicht voor het gerecht gesleept ULA en SpaceX hebben een belangrijk contract met de overheid VS gewonnen, ma…
 
De hoogtepunten Zowel Al Amal (VAE), Tianwen 1 (China) en Mars 2020, met de Perseverance rover en Ingenuity helikopter, zijn succesvol gelanceerd en op weg naar Mars De Crewed Dragon van SpaceX heeft haar bemanning veilig terug naar de aarde gebracht na 2 maanden aan het ISS gekoppeld te zijn Starship van SpaceX maakt een eerste 'hopje' van 150 met…
 
Onze gast van vandaag is Inge Loes ten Kate, Associate Professor aan de Universiteit Utrecht gespecialiseerd in planeetwetenschappen en astrobiologie. De Verenigde Arabische Emiraten hebben, met hulp van Japan, hun Al Amal (Hoop) sonde naar Mars gestuurd. China lanceert op 23 juli 2020 hun Tianwen 1 missie naar Mars. Deze missie bestaat uit een son…
 
Shownotes Het IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute (STPI) zocht uit wat nou echt de waarde is van de ruimtevaartsector Onderzoek toont aan dat het koolstof in onze lichamen afkomstig is van Witte Dwergen De komeet NEOWISE is de komende weken zichtbaar aan de hemel (als het weer meezit) Israel lanceert uit het niets een nieuwe spionagesatelli…
 
Ruimtetoerisme 'Space Perspective' is van plan om toeristen naar 30 kilometer hoogte te brengen met een ballon Ook de baas van NASA bevestigt dat Tom Cruise naar het ISS zal gaan Virgin gaat voor NASA toeristen naar het ISS brengen SpaceX plannen SpaceX is op zoek naar zeelui voor lanceerplatformen op zee... ... en biedt sinds kort een overschot aa…
 
Crewed Dragon en SpaceX De Crewed Dragon is met succes gelanceerd richting het ISS en alles lijkt tot nu toe zeer goed te verlopen. Een paar dagen later lanceerde SpaceX weer 60 nieuwe Starlink satellieten, die blijkbaar vol zitten met Linux computers. Deze lancering leverde ook prachtige beelden op van de neuskegel die open schiet. Een nieuwe test…
 
De volgende poging van SpaceX om twee bemanningsleden naar het ISS te brengen, is op zaterdag 30 mei, om 21:22. Wederom te volgen via SpaceX en NASATV Luister ook | Ask Me Anything over commerciële ruimtevaart Ander nieuws... NASA heeft, waarschijnlijk voor het laatst, een zitplaats in een Russische Soyuz capsule gekocht. Deze keer voor 90 miljoen …
 
Voorts nieuws over legalisering van mijnbouw op de maan, de laatste plannen voor van NASA om de Maan te bereiken, de laatste vorderingen van SpaceX' Starship en een update over Chinese ruimtevaartprojecten. Kortom, een nieuwe selectie van het ruimtevaartnieuws van de afgelopen twee weken, ditmaal met Joeri Nortier, Luc van den Abeelen en Herbert Bl…
 
Starlink SpaceX lanceert weer 60 Starlink satellieten en kondigt een beta-test aan later dit jaar Om er voor te zorgen dat de astronomie geen overlast meer ondervindt, past SpaceX toekomstige satellieten aan Missies naar de maan en het ISS 27 mei worden er voor het eerst sinds 2011 weer astronauten gelanceerd van Amerikaanse bodem met de SpaceX Cre…
 
De race tussen SpaceX en Boeing Boeing mag later dit jaar de testvlucht met Starliner opnieuw gaan doen Alles seinen staan op groen voor een bemande vlucht naar het ISS eind mei. Vorige maand kreeg SpaceX een contract om de Lunar Gateway met de Dragon XL te gaan bevoorraden. Ook Boeing had een voorstel gedaan, maar daar is niet eens serieus naar ge…
 
Het belangrijkste nieuws rond de Coronacrisis In de VS komen vrijwel alle werkzaamheden aan toekomstige missies nu stil te liggen Nadat alle lanceringen van Arianespace en India zijn stopgezet, hebben nu ook SpaceX en RocketLab hun werkzaamheden stilgelegd OneWeb vraagt faillissement aan, nadat ze eind maart weer 34 satellieten hebben gelanceerd Bi…
 
Shownotes Het belangrijkste nieuws uit deze aflevering: ExoMars 2020 wordt uitgesteld naar 2022 vanwege het coronavirus en de noodzaak om meer tests uit te voeren. Alle lanceringen vanuit Kourou (Frans-Guyana) zijn tot nader order uitgesteld. Elon Musk wil straks elke week een Starship lanceren. Axiom Space en SpaceX willen toeristen naar het ISS l…
 
Prototype ruimteschip van SpaceX zegt boem Eerste ruimtewegenwacht verhelpt panne Japanse missie naar Phobos Kat- en muisspel in de ruimte Yutu 2 vindt jonge rotsen Darpa launch challenge Mars Insight Cookies from space! We hebben er een maan bij - een heel kleintje, en tijdelijkBy BNR Nieuwsradio
 
Shownotes SpaceX gaat Crew Dragon voor toeristen vliegen Boeing geeft toe dat er softwareproblemen zijn in hun Starliner capsule SpaceX's Dragon capsule is klaar voor de eerste vlucht naar het ISS Iran is het weer niet gelukt om een satelliet in een baan om de aarde te brengen NASA op de vingers getikt om maanplannen concreet te maken Starship word…
 
Philippe Schoonejans is project manager at ESA, and works on the communications module of Lunar Gateway. If all goes according to schedule, 2024 will be the year in which the first American woman will take her first steps on the lunar surface. We talk to him about the steps ESA will need to take to get her there - and what future European contribut…
 
In our conversation today we're exploring how far we will be able to peek into other solar systems in the coming years, after we've just had the first golden decade of exoplanet research. We'll talk about oceans of methane, robots vs humans, and a drunk moose that fell off the stairs at the mansion of Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe in the 17th centu…
 
Will Crowcombe of Dutch research organization TNO explains what laser data comms is about, who's working on it and when we can expect it to fly. Guest: Will Crowcombe Links: Read up on laser satcom at TNO News: Lost Vikram probe located on Moon surface Credits: Space Cowboys is made by Thys Roes and Herbert Blankesteijn in collaboration with BNR Ni…
 
That's where Satelligence comes in. This Dutch company can analyze satellite data to verify not too much forest is cleared, it is cleared the right way and some decent replanting is done. Companies that failed to live up to the standards they agreed to, have lost important customers or investors due to information Satelligence provided. Space Cowbo…
 
But stay tuned for other important updates, such as a satellite that prints itself in space, a mysterious ooutage of the European Galileo satnav system and an equally mysterious Chinese space station that burnt up in the atmosphere. Meanwhile Thys travels in Asia, using information on deforestation from Satelligence, a Dutch company that we will de…
 
On the 20th of July it will be 50 years ago that the first human, Neil Armstrong, made his first 'small step' on the Moon. In this episode we discuss this event, what it has meant to us and what it has meant to space exploration. Herbert Blankesteijn and Joeri Nortier talk with our guest, space entrepreneur Arno Wielders, about the plans to return …
 
==NEWS== Russia to launch X-ray satellite, was in the works for 30 years Orion Launch Abort System test The Titan drone mission proposal Apollo Mission Control restored Starlink, Elon Musks 12,000 satellite plan, has a failure rate of 5% Apollo 11? YT-channel Space Rip has a documentary about Apollo 12! ==CREDITS== Space Cowboys is made by Thys Roe…
 
Blue Origin started as Jeff Bezos's space tourism company. Amazon's boss wanted to offer people a trip to the edge of space, about 100 kms high - no orbits around the Earth. Today Blue Origin's rockets return form a mission and land upright, just like those of SpaceX. The company launches missions for NASA, has three different rockets in the works,…
 
ESA has started projects where scientists and companies develop stuff ESA could use in spacecraft, or that would make space technology useful for people. An example is a wearable device that in some way has 'satellite communication capabilities'. Space Makers initiatives are ongoing in Ireland, Switzerland and Germany with more on the way. We ask F…
 
Athena will co-operate with LISA, the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna. How do two satellites work together? Both are scheduled for launch in the early 2030s and have been in the works for more than five years already. This is not uncommon in astronomy but how does a person work on such a time frame? Michael happens to be married to Sera Markoff,…
 
In this episode of Space Cowboys, were talking about the amazing icy worlds of Enceladus, Europa, and Titan - and ask why it might take some curious billionaires to actually fund ELF. Because NASA has still not allocated money to fund this most important of missions. Lunine is a planetary scientist and physicist and the Director of the Cornell Cent…
 
You don't use a match to start a rocket engine. Dutch company APP specializes in igniters, and has found itself in related businesses such as parachute deployment devices and fire extinguishers. Their products are to be found on many space missions. Hosts Tyse Roes and Herbert Blankesteijn talk to Edwin Vermeulen of APP, who explains why igniting r…
 
Space Cowboys is a weekly podcast about space, rocket science, the hunt for life, telecommunications and maybe even some e-spionage. Space Cowboys is brought to you from Amsterdam by science and technology journalists Herbert Blankesteijn and Thys Roes. Herbert is off today and Joeri is taking his place. ISIS https://www.isispace.nl & htttps://www.…
 
Space Cowboys is a weekly podcast about space, rocket science, the hunt for life, telecommunications and maybe even some e-spionage. Space Cowboys is brought to you from Amsterdam by science and technology journalists Herbert Blankesteijn and Thys Roes. The moon rover we had on our desk Here's What Happened When The World's Space Agencies Simulated…
 
But also stay tuned for space debris, Mars quakes and where the Voyagers are going. Our in-house space nerd Joeri Nortier is our guest. ==LINKS== We're NOT going to Mars Mystery accident with SpaceX crew capsule Blue Origin's mystery tweet Hayabusa blows 16 meter crater into asteroid Space janitor supposed to clean up space debris Where will the Vo…
 
Protecting the environment of Mars and the Moon, let alone other planets and their moons? You'd think we have plenty to worry about the environment here on Earth. Still, the space organizations NASA and ESA both have Planetary Protection Officers, whose sole job it is to make sure we don't mess up other celestial bodies. Gerhard Kminek is ESA's PPO…
 
In this Space Cowboys episode we discuss with Lisa how exoplanets are discovered, what changes life can make to the chemical makeup of an atmosphere and how you can detect those changes from lightyears away. The telescopes that are needed to do this, the James Webb Space Telescope and the Extremely Large Telescope, are expected to come into service…
 
Space's main selling points are, in his view, inspiration, plain utility as in gps satellites, economic value as in return on your invested dollar or euro. We also discuss differences between ESA's and NASA's pr and what companies like SpaceX add to the mix. ==LINKS== Michel van Baal SpaceX's Starship tests in South Texas Video feed of same: live '…
 
Fun fact: the data that is Vandersat's raw material is free since governmental space offices love to have their work put to good use. This enables them to secure new funding. Join us as we discuss with Robbert lots of recent developments in spaceflight. ==LINKS== Vandersat ESA's Sentinel program America going back to the moon Timelapse of the Unive…
 
De Mink has had fellowships at Princeton and Bonn, and at NASA working with data from the Hubble Space Telescope. She has won the MERAC prize, and is a VIDI and Aspasia laureate. She also graduated cum laude at her two BA's, MA's and PhD. Space Cowboys is a show about the exploration of space hosted by tech and science journalists Herbert Blankeste…
 
The Voyager missions will be in the history books long after much of our time has been forgotten, Carl Sagan said. Voyager 1 and 2 are the first objects made by humans who have left the Sun's bubble called the heliosphere, and are now in interstellar space. They both send data back every day, with the power of a small light bulb. ==PATREON== You ca…
 
If you like to support weekly reporting on outer space, please consider supporting this show on Patreon: www.patreon.com/spacecowboys SHOW NOTES Capsule cheat sheet: https://qphl.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-72cadbb192c86ddeaf850b36ce7dc4fe Order a Fluffy Earth in two months: https://www.celestialbuddies.com SLS delayed again? https://spacenews.com/na…
 
T-minus has its onw rocket, the Dart, which can reach heights of around 100 km, it has contributed to the Insight mission that recently landed on Mars and it is starting its own factory of rocket fuel in the Netherlands itself. Quite a list for a company of no more than seven people. And that's not all, as he tells Tyse and Herbert in this episode …
 
Hiber's CFO Coen Janssen tells us about building satellites, covering all of the globe, getting your spacecraft launched, abiding by the rules in orbit, being a space company in Amsterdam, making money doing it and much more. ==SHOW NOTES== Hiber Coen Janssen Flyover of Europa (Jupiter's moon, that is) Mars One in trouble, talks to 'new investor' M…
 
Space law is dominated by a handful of (rather old) international treaties. Court cases do not occur, since countries and companies mostly resolve any disputes in a reasonable way. Legal fighting is in nobody's best interest. Tanja Masson is one of the world's leading experts in space law and she has lots to tell about space mining, travel to Mars …
 
So tells us Joeri Nortier, a colleague of ours at BNR who is a space nerd and acts as something between a guest and a co-host in this episode. We try and embarrass him by asking questions he can't possibly know the answer to, but then he does. Dive into Asian spaceflight with us and be surprised. ==SHOW NOTES== NASA tries to revive Opportunity Mars…
 
In this sweeping episode we talk to Anthony Brown, Chair of the Gaia data processing and analysis consortium and researcher at Leiden Observatory - about the huge piles of data this mission is collecting, and the insights its giving us about our own cosmic backyard. ==SHOW NOTES== Impact of meteor on moon during eclipse Blue origin NS-10 launch and…
 
All this lead Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb to propose that it might be a product of extraterrestrial technology. His colleague astronomer Seth Shostak knows a thing or two about looking forextraterrestrial life: he works at the SETI institute in Mountain View, CA, where the search for extraterrestrial life is their core business. So we asked Seth wh…
 
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