Weekly insights into spaceflight engineering news, interviews and discussions. Listen in for technical details, corrections from people in the know and "one step deeper" knowledge.
NASA isn't grabbing ISS and heading to the nearest yard sale, SpaceX is expanding at KSC and *yikes* Opportunity is doing a Mark Watney impression.
A team of engineering students at TU Delft are fighting to reclaim their rocketry altitude record.
Eric Blood worked on the Low Density Supersonic Decelerator, which does have a ballute, but not where we thought.
I’m supposed to put an episode description here, but I’m just going to say “Modular Active Self-Assembling Space Telescope Swarms” and leave it at that.
SpaceX flew their first Falcon 9 v6! Or, no, wait, Falcon 9 Block VI. No, wait, Falcon 9 Block 5.
We discussed several topics, but I'm still just taken by that fairing recovery photo.
Mars 2020 needs a new heat shield, and the lunar Resource Prospector instruments need a new platform!
Elon Musk reveals a potential second stage reuse strategy, and Orbital ATK gives a new name to NGLS
Tess Caswell has done a lot of things, but today we're talking to her about her time sitting at the ETHOS desk in ISS MCC, controlling the life support systems on Station.
We discuss Falcon 9 fairings falling out of the skies, the return of SpaceShipTwo to the skies, and a new launch company hoping to make it to the skies.
This month's banner video, footage from the F9 S1 landing from the TESS launch, is courtesy SpaceX.