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.
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 US EVA-48, a secretive smallsat launcher, a new ASDS, Mr. Steven and SPX science certification.
We were shocked to find out there was more on the first orbital Electron than a Dove and two Lemurs! We also chew over Ariane 5's partial failure.
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 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.