Falcon Heavy still hasn't had a static fire, Long March is lucky not to have started a (building) fire, we hear more from Blue Origin, from NASA on SPX crew flights and Rocket Lab's Still Testing.
Falcon Heavy shows continued signs of actually flying sooner than six months in the future, Angosat-1 had a hiccup and Blue Origin buys land.
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space has a chapter at University of Central Florida, and they've entered the Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition. They had a successful failure last year, and now they're here to talk about their run up for next year.
3D printed rockets, cubesat toys and commercial lunar landings.
A Frigat-M went Full Kerbal, Elon Musk promises to go Full Kerbal in the future, Voyager is being clever with engine degradation and SLC-40 is good to go!
We found out more info about Dream Chaser's drop test, and we discuss a new space nuclear reactor
We now know what Zuma probably looks like, but who the heck is operating it? Also, some info on New Glenn and LauncherOne.
We blew up a Merlin and dropped a Dream Chaser.
Laura Forczyk studies the space industry professionally, and we get to talk to her about what services she provides as well as some of her predictions!
Will we see the race for space internet begin in the next few months?
Zach and Kelly Weinersmith just published a book called Soonish, a humorous-but-factual look at 10 upcoming technologies. Since a few are in space, we thought we'd talk to Zach about the book!
VRSS-2 was recently launched on a Long March. While it's a fairly conventional Earth observation satellite, we got ahold of its system designer to talk about what makes it different and what the challenges were in building it.
Dr. Bennett is the Spitzer Science Center Deputy Manager, and we got to talk to him about the space telescope's history and operations.
This week we mostly talk about Elon Musk's IAC presentation.
Tianzhou 1 is done, and so is Orbital ATK.
NASA outlines an exciting, laser-focused Mars sample return mission, and SpaceX released another photo of their flight suit.
We discuss the recent loss of IRNSS 1H, trapped in its fairing, and we learn about a newly discovered flaw in Intelsat-33e's stationkeeping thrusters. Also we get a little more clarification of the Dragonrider suit.
Let's go shopping for pressure suits. Also, ISS gets CREAMy, and Orion and Orbital ATK both get fire-y!
Nuclear propulsion, a promise of new space suits, TDRS-M is healthy, the X-Prize will never be won, and another launchpad at KSC.