November 25, 2019
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 the DSN provide? So many amazing questions are answered in this live interview!
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October 21, 2019
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!
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October 13, 2019
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.
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This is TMRO:Space Orbit 12.32
October 6, 2019
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!
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September 23, 2019
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 it's certainly worth a watch all the way to the end.
This is TMRO:Space Orbit 12.29 for September 21st, 2019 (iPhone Day +1)
September 8, 2019
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 Virgin Orbit's place in it, rocket reusability and the Brooke Owens Fellowship. Will is an amazing force within the NewSpace community and this is an interview you don't want to miss!
August 28, 2019
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 Woman Dr. Tamith Skov giving us an update on our local star!
August 21, 2019
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!
August 14, 2019
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, we take a peek back at the DC-X prototype which flew for the first time 26 years ago this week!
August 4, 2019
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.