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.
Saturn V was an amazing rocket, but, like the astronauts, it didn't do it's job alone. Today, we're talking about the arms on the Launch Umbilical Tower!
Rockets are controlled explosions. Let's talk about how we keep them from tearing the vehicle apart!
Power generation in space is hard, but at least there are lots of options to chose from!
Hayabusa 2 made it to Ryugu, and TESS found some exoplanets!
Another Fall, another BFR update. Also, a hybrid rocket spaceplane, an Orion parachute test and the last Delta II.
SLS' Mobile Launcher made a big move, and Exos' SARGE did too!
While the (lack of) excitement continues for Oppy, the ISS sprung a leak!
We're about to lose Kepler, but hopefully we won't lose Opportunity!
The Smithsonian Air and Space museum is doing a huge update, there’s a Russian satellite that at least one person is worried about (but we’re not) and we need your input on Season 3!
I tell you what, Firefly, Ursa Major, Rocketlab and Stellar Exploration all made it into the news this week, and that's anything but asinine.
This month's banner video, footage from the F9 S1 landing from the TESS launch, is courtesy SpaceX.