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.
India's headed to the Moon, though their launch was delayed after we recorded this episode.
Orion successfully abort, three Starlinks don't wake up, Exomars and DSCOVR get a little crash-y.
Falcon Heavy had a TVC failure that resulted in the loss of another center core, but they finally caught a fairing. Also, Mars 2020 needs your help!
While we wait out a slow news week, we look to the future and summarize upcoming non-Earth science missions.
Spitzer is being retired at long last. Also, a commercial ISS, an HP3 troubleshooting idea, and a launch from sea.
We're welcoming back Laura Forczyk and answering common career questions from Reddit!
60 Starlink satellites down, thousands to go. Also, Hayabusa2 aborts a deployment, students reach space, and OSIRIS-REx needs your help!
Photos of a Spaceship being constructed in Florida emerged, as did a Beresheet-shaped splat on the Moon.
Old news about a parachute failure, and new predictions about a feather on the Moon.
The banner video, a time lapse of Crew Dragon DM-1 holding before docking at ISS, is courtesy SpaceX and SciNews.