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Best tmroaudio podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best tmroaudio podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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In this live interview we have one of the Deep Space Network's Operations Directors, Richard Stephenson -- This week we cover one of the most important NASA programs you may have never heard of or rarely think about: DSN. What happens where there is an earthquake near one of the DSN dishes? How do they deal with wildlife? What other uses can th ...…
 
Skyrora is building a new small sat launcher that is environmentally conscious, possibly reusable and unlike anything else on the market. This week we're joined by Skyrora Lead Engineer Robin Hague to talk about what they are building and when we can see it fly! Remember you can always help out the shows of TMRO by becoming a member here: https ...…
 
Laura Seward Forczyk, author of the book, "Rise of the Space Age Millennials" joins us to talk about the new generation entering the workforce. Specifically the impact millennials are having in unexpected ways on the entire aerospace industry as well as some of the hurdles the generation is presented with. If you would like to get updates on La ...…
 
Jared talks to Henk Rogers, serial entrepreneur and founder of International Moon Base Alliance, on his vision for humanity and how we'll live sustainably both on and off Earth. What's the link to Tetris you ask? He is the one who secured the distribution rights to Tetris and is the founder of The Tetris Company! If you enjoy these shows, chaos ...…
 
Ali Llewellyn (@adllewellyn), Strategist and Project Manager at NASA Johnson Space Center joins us to talk about the NASA International Space Apps Challenge, space outreach for non-traditional audiences and building community-driven collaboration and innovation. Her incredible passion for space and science outreach really shine through here and ...…
 
Jared Head brings us our Earthly and ISS departures along with a quick update on India's Vikram lunar lander -- Spoiler: not all hope is lost just yet! Jared also covers a relativity important contract and rounds out the show with Aeolus performing a course correction to avoid the SpaceX Starlink constellation. Lisa Stojanovski has some excitin ...…
 
Virgin Orbit VP of Special Projects William Pomerantz joins us on station to talk about everything they are working on. Sounds like Virgin Orbit isn't just near flying, but ready to come out of the gate strong with a series of vehicles already being built! In this hour long interview Jared and Will talk about the small satellite market and Virg ...…
 
We have a slew of launches, arrivals and departures this week including a test flight from SpaceX! I believe that means that Jared lost a bet with me! Jared also gets super excited about Europa Clipper becoming even more real, Lisa joins us from New Zealand to talk about Australia possibly joining ESA and of course we have the Space Weather Wom ...…
 
United Launch Alliance has won a couple of contracts for its not-yet-flying Vulcan rocket, one of which has a mini space shuttle as a payload! Virgin Galactic is taking up residence at Spaceport America (finally!) And NASA's Vehicle Assembly Building may have a new tenant!By tmroaudio
 
We only had one launch with the Atlas V this week, but we did have an unusual ISS departure in the form of Cygnus leaving -- But not coming back to Earth. NASA tested the Orion abort engines while SpaceX tested the emergency pad escape system at LC-39A. And ESA tested a parachute, but didn't quite get the results they were hoping for. Finally, ...…
 
Peter Beck said they would never do it... But it looks like now they will try! Rocket Lab will be attempting to recover the 1st stage of their Electron rocket. We cover their announcement at the SmallSat conference. We also have a quick picture update on the new ULA Vulcan rocket showcasing its current status. And there is an epic video of the ...…
 
This week we welcome on Tim Dodd the Everyday Astronaut to talk about the SpaceX Starship and Super Heavy programs, his experiences in Boca Chica and what we can look forward to with SpaceX's Moon and Mars plans.By tmroaudio
 
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 ...…
 
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 Spa ...…
 
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.By tmroaudio
 
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.By tmroaudio
 
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!…
 
We are joined by NASA's Psyche mission lead Lindy Elkins-Tanton to talk about this upcoming mission to explore the metallic asteroid that may be the core of a protoplanet! We cover what this means for us here on Earth and why is it important as well as how they plan to accomplish the mission itself! Orbit 12.21…
 
NASA is opening its doors (or airlocks) to the International Space Station. If you have enough cash, cash, money you will be able to hitch a ride up to the iconic orbiting laboratory, Athena return to give us an interesting look at the rings of Saturn and newly discovered findings from Cassini.By tmroaudio
 
This week we bring you launches in a slightly updated format. A bit tweaked even from last week, let me know if that adds some of the excitement and fun back in. In News this week ESA is working on a reusable spaceship that can rapidly bring back samples to Earth. There's also a mysterious lump on the Moon that may be made of materials we can u ...…
 
We are back with a SLEW of launches this week! Trying a slightly modified launch format combining the best of Launch Minute with the flexibility of the current format. Needs a bit of love (especially the upcoming launches graphic) but hopefully you see the vision here. In Space News this week, Northrup Grumman has an anomaly with their OmegA la ...…
 
This week we have special guest Manju Bangalore along with Cariann, Jared and Jade return for our first round table in a while to talk about NASA"s plan to colonize the moon. We dive specifically in to their Project Artemis. Since we didn't really cover it on the show, a bit about Manju. She used to work on the Orion Display systems at NASA's J ...…
 
There's a special contest happening this week, brought to us by NBC/Universal. For our US viewers, head out at night, snap a picture of the moon, tweet it with #KeepLookingUp and @TMRO to get entered to win one of a few different awesome prizes! https://twitter.com/tmro/status/1129813966991978496 This week in Space News we have:- An ISS Update- ...…
 
Dr. Cameron Smith of Pacific Spaceflight joins us to talk about low cost, open source, custom built space suits. Why is this important? As we open the cosmos to more and more people, space suits will be one of the next things that enables our continued exploration.By tmroaudio
 
We accidentally missed a launch from Japan last week so we're covering it this week. And what a week it was! Blue unveiled their lunar ambitions, ULA is prepping to test re-entry heat shield tech with NASA and we found out that the moon is shrinking! As always Dr. Tamitha Skov joins us to talk about our local star, and what an update it is -- A ...…
 
Ever want to work for an aerospace company but think you don't have what it takes? Think again! This week we're joined by Cody James who is the founder of OpenX Education, a company making STEM education accessible and affordable. Cody James was named one of Forbes 30 Under 30 2017 in Manufacturing and Industry. He is a self taught programmer a ...…
 
Dr. Vanessa Pirotta, winner of FameLab Australia, joins us to chat why whale extinctions would wreak havoc on our food chain, and how a custom drone is helping scientists save them. She also introduces us to everyone's favorite game 'Guess the whale sound'!More info on Dr. Pirotta at: https://www.vanessapirotta.com/…
 
In this weeks Space News from TMRO we start off with three launches: Blue Origin, SpaceX and Rocket Lab. Jared brings us an update on the SpaceX Starlink constellation and Jade talk about a very metallic universe! Our local sun has been very active this last week and Dr. Tamitha Skov bring us the latest space weather report.…
 
This week we had a surprise launch from China, the International Space Station has power problems, Firefly Aerospace tested their engine for 300 seconds and Christina Koch gets a mission extension. As always we have the wonderful Dr. Tamitha Skov joining us to bring you the latest Space Weather report!…
 
NASA's MAVEN Magnetometer Instrument Lead Dr. Jared Espley joins us to talk about MAVEN, Juno and how we measure the magnetism of planets in our local system. More information on MAVEN can be found here: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/maven/main/index.htmlAnd more information on Juno can be found here: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/jun ...…
 
Space X Suffers a catastrophic anomaly of the Crew Dragon spaceship while in an un-crewed test on the ground. A Boeing satellite also suffers a catastrophic failure after only a couple years of service. And some galaxies seem to be missing their dark matter! As always we also have your Local System Traffic and Weather! Crew Dragon Anomaly image ...…
 
This week we bring on Dr. Jielai Zhang to talk about Dragonfly Telephoto Array, its unique capabilities, why it was needed and what they have found or hope to find out so far. We also cover the role of astronomy as a gateway field to STEM and the West African International Summer School for Young Astronomers program.…
 
A lot of stuff happened in our local system this week! In Traffic the Beresheet suffered a rapid unintended kinetic disassembly and Falcon Heavy launched, landed and then the center core tipped over. In news: The Stratolaunch Carrier Aircraft took to the skies and we get to see the image of a black hole for the first time! As always we wrap the ...…
 
Engineer Brittany Zimmerman of Paragon Space Development Corporation joins us to talk about the different ways Space wants to kill you. We cover how Paragon is working on Life Support And Environmental Control Systems, including water purification to help keep us all alive on out journey to Mars. This one is an eye opener including a lot of stu ...…
 
This week in Space News from TMRO we have:RocketLab announces their Photon satellite systemUS Spacewalk 53, Space Suit MixupMilky Way Weight There were 2 Soyuz launches in Space Traffic and of course the Space Weather Woman Dr. Tamitha Skov brings is our Space Weather.By tmroaudio
 
The always energetic and information powerhouse Dr. Kirby Runyon joins us to talk about New Horizons, Yuris Night and announces the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab Interstellar Probe. It's a really fun and exciting interview, and we had a bit of stuff we missed in After Dark so we left a bit of that in there at the end as well.…
 
This week we are joined by NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Program Scientist Dr. Eric Smith. We talk about the most ambitious space telescope project humans have ever undertaken, and why when we get the first images back it will likely just be 18 fuzzy blobs.By tmroaudio
 
Sorry this is later than normal, but we had a lot going on and I wanted to get it in the show. This week we have NASA's plans to send humans back to the moon in 5 years. Will it be on SLS or a commercial rocket? Asteroid Bennu looks to be a lot more complex than originally thought, and that may spell trouble for OSIRIS-REx. And what is the late ...…
 
Momentus is building the in-space equivalent of the connecting flight. Use a big rocket to fly to a common orbit on a cheap rideshare, then use their in-space rocket to get your satellite to any custom orbit 10 times cheaper than what has ever been possible.By tmroaudio
 
Space Traffic:Soyuz LaunchDelta IV Medium + 5,4 Launch Space News:NASA's Lunar Gateway UpdateA Meteor Explodes, And A Warning Is GivenJade Kim presents: Space Herpes Space WeatherBy tmroaudio
 
Space historian and author Rod Pyle joins us once more to talk about settling our solar system via Space 2.0. We go in to the private space sector, NASA and the recent SLS/Orion announcements as well as some fun stories from Rod. If you're interested in Rod Pyle's books you can see those here: https://www.pylebooks.com/ Or for more information ...…
 
Welcome to our weekly Space News program from TMRO. There was a lot of exciting stuff happening in the cosmos this week! Space Traffic00:16 Long March 3B Launch01:09 SpaceX DM-1 Mission Deports ISS and lands04:04 Beresheet Lander Update Space News:05:09 Exos Aerospace Sub Orbital Launch08:24 NASA is looking at using existing rockets for EM-1 Mi ...…
 
This week Dr Tanya Harrison joins us to talk about the science of Mars and her experiences working on various Mars missions such as Opportunity, Curiosity, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and the upcoming Mars 2020 rover. We also talk about how Arizona State University is promoting collaboration between industry and academia through their NewSpace ...…
 
What a great week for us space nerds! A lot happened and we have some special hosts this week to help us cover it all. Space Traffic:Soyuz launches OneWeb SatellitesSpaceX launches DM-1 to the International Space Station Space News:A Busy Galactic CoreSunscreen for the MoonEarth's Overachieving Atmosphere Space Weather…
 
This week Space Mike brings us the latest Space Traffic in our local Solar System including a Soyuz flight that may have had an anomaly, SpaceX Falcon 9 with a mission to the moon and Virgin Galactic's latest test flight with a first non-test pilot astronaut passenger! And if you would like more information on that SpaceIL update, you can see o ...…
 
This week we bring on Dr. Tamitha Skov to talk about Space Weather and it's impact on your daily life. We also go over how she got started and her journey to becoming the Space Weather Woman. This episode has been edited to remove technical issues and re-organized for better flow.By tmroaudio
 
NASA is looking to send humans to go back to the moon, and this time they want to do it quickly... Within the next decade! But to get there we'll need to make sure that we don't have so much debris floating around the Earth that we can't launch any rockets through! And we close with a quick tribute to the MER-B rover, also known as opportunity. ...…
 
This is your Space News from TMRO for February 13th, 2019. This week we swap out Launch Minute for our new Space Traffic report. We hope you enjoy and see the future there. Orbex has opened a new rocket production and operations facility while also showing off one of their engineering prototype stages. The two MarCO satellites orbiting Mars hav ...…
 
This week we welcome on Lena De Winne, the Deputy Head of Administration of Asgardia to talk about what Asgardia is, what they hope to accomplish and how they will get there. Asgardia is the first Space Nation and you can get more information at asgardia.space.By tmroaudio
 
This is your Space News from TMRO for February 6th, 2019. This week we don't have a Space Traffic report, but we do have four different rocket engine tests, ISRO officially has a human spaceflight program now, Jared talks to us about Lunar Craters and SpaceIL is getting ready to launch their mission and time capsule to the moon! This week we al ...…
 
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