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Planetary Radio brings you the human adventure across our solar system and beyond. We visit each week with the scientists, engineers, leaders, advocates and astronauts who are taking us across the final frontier. Regular features raise your space IQ while they put a smile on your face. Join host Mat Kaplan and Planetary Society colleagues including Bill Nye the Science Guy, Bruce Betts, and Emily Lakdawalla as they dive deep into the latest space news. The monthly Space Policy Edition takes ...
 
SpaceWatch.Globals fortnightly podcast, created and hosted by Markus Mooslechner. Each episode includes a review of the most important topics and relevant content from the global space industry as well as guest appearances and deep commentaries from different experts across the space sector.SpaceWatch.Global is a digital magazine and portal for those interested in space and the far-reaching impact that space developments have. While showcasing the technology that enables the industry to edge ...
 
Contours is the bi-weekly podcast series of Newlines Institute for Strategy & Policy. It's a fireside chat type of conversation with some of the brightest minds in the geopolitical and foreign policy space. In each episode of Contours we try to unpack for our listeners the complex issues that challenge our national and (by extension) international security. The discussions are geared toward advancing the cause of human security and stabilization and development on our planet. Newlines Instit ...
 
Space Talk features discussions on a variety of space related topics from SpaceRef and our partners as well as public domain sources such as NASA. Topics include robotic and manned space exploration, space science, space policy, Mars, Astrobiology and everything in between.
 
This podcast, starring host Dr Rob Doubleday, features weekly evidence-based discussions about the pressing challenges facing policymakers, brought to you by the Centre for Science and Policy at the University of Cambridge. Throughout 2020-2021, our podcast has featured series which have explored topics including science and policy for space, antarctica and deep ocean environments; the covid-19 pandemic; the science and policy questions involved in getting a green recovery; and the future of ...
 
Constellations from Kratos is your connection to the innovators, business leaders, entrepreneurs and policy makers who are making ... and remaking ... today's satellite and space industries. The current explosion in innovation is revolutionizing communications, imagery, defense and research and has caused a culture shift within the traditional satellite and space industry landscapes. New Space versus Old Space, GEO versus LEO Satellites, Narrowband versus Wideband, High-Throughput Satellites ...
 
This is a collaboration between Carl and Justin Clark. Tweet with us @CarlNASAdvo The biweekly pod cast covers various topics in science and space exploration. We look at how governmental policy affects science and how science affects governmental policy. We look at things from a left leaning perspective and offer our take on the science topics of the day. All Opinions are our own.
 
Presented by Robert Jacobson and Keegan Kirkpatrick, Brave New Space explores the new energy and growth in the Space Industry. With analysis and thoughtful conversations with industry leaders, discover the economic and political forces driving [ or influencing] the industry, along with what new innovations and milestones actually mean for investors, entrepreneurs, and policy makers.
 
A Podcast about GREEN ideas. This is space where we find out more about the fine details of the Green Party's platform. COVID-19 has made homebodies of us all! As we slowly emerge from isolation, Green Space deep dives into how Green Party policy supports a #GreenRecovery, and how we can build GREEN community, economy, and democracy. Learn more about the podcast in the Green Party's Green Living Room: livingroom.greenparty.org.uk/green-podcast/ Produced by Seden Anlar & Julia Lagoutte - in c ...
 
The Thoughtful Teacher podcast shares the stories of educators who have implemented innovative or creative solutions within their space. These stories and commentaries empower educators by sharing a world of ideas that can enhance pedagogical choices and decrease the isolation many teachers experience. We introduce listeners to school-based educators, thinkers, policymakers and researchers who have useful and powerful ideas and innovations that makes your work more meaningful for your studen ...
 
The first exclusive podcast right from the EU's heart Brussels, focusing on the human story behind the story of European integration - the HOW and WHO, rather than the 'what'. Heart-opening conversations and inspiring interviews with thought leaders and experts from Europe. Hosted by Lucia Klestincova - EU policy maker, EU careers coach and passionate advocate for new culture leadership, purpose-driven talent management and women empowerment. Tune in if you're also a coaching-junkie, EU afic ...
 
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Valanathan Munsami is the CEO of the South African Space Agency SANSA with whom he is currently experiencing the renaissance of space travel first hand. The increasingly affordable space technologies such as small or cube satellites are not only tempting South Africa with unprecedented opportunities. But they also come with a price. And that price …
 
"Being a Black fan means loving media that doesn’t necessarily love you back" -- writer Evan Narcisse. Evan joins me to talk about his new comic about the groundbreaking and radicaly fun wrestling stars, New Day, race, creativity and change in the wrestling industry as well as his work on Rise of the Black Panther. No wrestling knowledge necessary …
 
Navigating the divide between military requirements and commercial resources is a challenging hurdle in the space industry. The demand for greater space accessibility as a whole and the drivers influencing that pressure compound the problem. Mandy Vaughn, CEO and Founder of GXO, Inc., transitioned from a military tech leader to a facilitator in wor…
 
Apollo 17 commander Gene Cernan said of Andy Chaikin’s book A Man on the Moon, “I’ve been there. Chaikin took me back.” Andy returns to help us mark the 50th anniversary of Apollo 15 and the first use of the Lunar Rover. He also talks with Mat about what the Artemis generation should learn from Apollo, how astronauts have evolved, the challenge of …
 
In this special Newlines Institute Contours podcast, Iraq experts Rasha Al-Aqeedi, Caroline Rose, and Contours host Nicholas Heras discuss Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi’s visit to Washington to meet President Joe Biden and what al-Kadhimi’s trip means for the dynamics inside Iraq and for U.S policy on Iraq. Al-Aqeedi, Rose, and Heras give…
 
Jacques Arnould is paid to ask uncomfortable questions. As an ethicist at the French space agency CNES, Jacques puts his fingers on places that people sometimes like to ignore: such as the question: why we do what we do. Why money is spent on this mission and not on another, and above all, why we want to do spaceflight in the first place. Host: Mar…
 
We may finally get the powerful telescope we’ve needed to find almost all of the near-Earth objects that are big enough to destroy a city. University of Arizona professor Amy Mainzer leads the NEO Surveyor project. She returns to Planetary Radio with the full story. Blue Origin’s Jeff Bezos and three colleagues rode a rocket that briefly put them i…
 
THE Julia Serano explains why Loki and Sylvie have no time for your gender essentialism, Tea Fougner delves into Loki's gender fluidity in comics and we all wish the queer showrunner would stick around another season. Julia Serano is an Oakland, California-based writer, performer, biologist, and activist. She is best known for her nonfiction books …
 
This Newlines Institute Contours podcast assesses state resilience and fragility in Jordan and the future of the U.S.-Jordanian relationship. Newlines Institute Senior Analyst and Contours host Nicholas Heras sits down with Suha Ma’ayeh, Rana Sweis, and Dr. Curtis R. Ryan to discuss why King Abdullah II’s upcoming visit to the White House to meet P…
 
This Newlines Institute Contours podcast assesses state resilience and fragility in Egypt and the future of the Egyptian state using one of the best books on this subject, “Coups and Revolutions: Mass Mobilization, the Egyptian Military, and the United States from Mubarak to Sisi ,” by Dr. Amy Austin Holmes. Newlines Institute Senior Analyst and Co…
 
Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) have been an established strategy to take companies public without going the traditional IPO route. Yet recently, this strategy has been increasingly popular in the space industry. On this episode of Constellations Podcast, John Gilroy sits down with Quilty Analytics Partner Chris Quilty about SPACs, wh…
 
Sue Smrekar and Jim Garvin woke up in June to some of the best news a planetary scientist can receive. Their complementary missions to Venus had just been given the green light by NASA. The VERITAS and DAVINCI principal investigators return to Planetary Radio for a celebration of this announcement and a deep dive into their spacecraft and the myste…
 
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is expected to be 100 times as powerful as its predecessor, the Hubble Space Telescope. We talk with three leaders of the effort to build, launch and deploy it as soon as November of this year. These conversations were recorded on the other side of a window facing the Northrop Grumman clean room in which technician…
 
"After a year worrying about Marvel emailing me from their legal team with a cease and disist — I get an email from Marvel asking me to write a story for an upcoming comic!" - Stephanie Williams Stephanie Williams is a comics historian and pop culture critic for notable publications such as SYFYFANGRRLS, Marvel, The A.V. Club, Nerdist, Den of Geek,…
 
Next year, a small spacecraft will head for the double asteroid Didymos to slam into it with its brakes off. The name of the mission gives free rein to the imagination: Planetary Defense Mission. It is a joint mission between ESA and NASA, and it wants to test for the first time what has long been a topic in science fiction: can a deadly chunk of r…
 
The Pentagon finally released its hotly-anticipated briefing on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. As expected, it provided little new information, saying only that there were a number of unexplainable observations. Sarah Scoles, author of the book They Are Already Here, that examines the culture and motivations behind ufology, joins the show to provid…
 
In this Constellations Podcast episode, we’ll discuss what the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, otherwise known as CMMC, is and how it will change the requirements for contracting with the DoD. The recent spate of data breaches affecting both government and commercial organizations underscores the need for more robust security measures t…
 
University of Glasgow chemist Lee Cronin and his collaborators have developed a new way to detect life. Their "assembly theory" could give us a reliable method for recognizing life or evidence of past life based on the complexity of molecules in any environment. The Planetary Society’s Rae Paoletta shares our favorite images of Saturn’s rings with …
 
This Newlines Institute Contours podcast examines dynamics in Iran to watch now that Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s protégé Ebrahim Raisi has been elected president. In this episode, Newlines Institute Senior Analyst and Contours host Nicholas Heras sits down with three noted Iran experts: Professor Neda Bolourchi, associate director of and …
 
Guest Adam Jordan and I discuss some of the exciting events planned for this summer and fall sponsored by the All Y'all Social Justice Collective. After that he and I discuss some of the problems of equity facing the teaching profession. This part one of two episodes of conversations where we discuss equity issues. This episode will conclude our sp…
 
"As a boundary defying human I found myself looking for ways to engage with the stories that made me feel alive. When I watched a superhero movie or read Octavia Butler I was talking about real things in a way that felt more fruitful" - S.E. Fleenor, writer/editor/podcaster. S.E. Fleenor joins us to talk about the queer speculative fiction antholog…
 
Want to see wild colors on Mars? Look up! Planetary scientist Mark Lemmon studies planetary atmospheres at the Space Science Institute. He marvels at the images taken by Mastcam on the Curiosity rover of shimmering iridescent clouds high above the Martian surface. The Planetary Society’s Kate Howells looks back at the 1998 blockbuster movies that g…
 
In the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, a little north of Scotland, there is a small island that you can cross by car in just two and a half hours. In the far north there is not much going on, lush meadows as far as the eye can see. And sheep, of course. On closer inspection, however, there is one place with a most curious combination of buildings tha…
 
The Planetary Society has awarded more than 60 Shoemaker near-Earth object grants to astronomers around the world, enabling them to discover, track, and characterize thousands of asteroids. We’ll hear from two of these dedicated observers. The Society’s Rae Paoletta takes us to Venus where three new spacecraft will help answer big questions. Senior…
 
Listen to Captain Jake Singleton from the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) describe an exchange program with the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence (UK MOD). The U.S. has exchange agreements with 16 different countries around the world. Captain Singleton discusses the gap that exists between emerging commercial space technologies and government…
 
This Newlines Institute Contours podcast presents a deep dive into U.S. President Joe Biden’s inaugural visit to Europe, his administration’s commitment to collective defense, and the fragile trajectory of U.S.-Russian relations ahead of the June 16 Geneva summit between Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin. In this episode, Newlines Institut…
 
Newlines Institute’s Rasha Al Aqeedi and The New York Times’ Baghdad bureau chief Jane Arraf discuss the current state of Iraq’s October Revolution movement that began nearly two years ago. They are joined by a prominent figure in Iraq’s political activism scene. Newlines Institute has decided to keep the activist anonymous for security reasons, as…
 
How did the universe begin? Why do galaxies look the way the do? Can we see the vanishingly dim light of undiscovered worlds in the Kuiper Belt? These are some of the questions that drive Simons Observatory director Brian Keating. He also thinks deeply about the existential challenges faced by young scientists and how the Nobel Prize for Physics sh…
 
Brother Guy Consolmagno begins his conversation in this podcast by referring to a long and strange tale. And that's what it has become. One of the most fascinating paths we've followed on this podcast so far. This is the story of the transformation of a budding astronomer with very secular interests into the Pope's chief astronomer. If you want to …
 
“One of the goals of Renegade Rule was to present a book and world that allows for queer joy” - Ben Kahn “The closer it is to trope-y fan fiction the more I like it” - Rachel Silverstein Meet the writers of a new original graphic novel published by Dark Horse, Renegade Rule! "The Manhattan Mist have beaten the odds to land themselves in the nationa…
 
President Joe Biden's new budget proposal for NASA is very good, supporting nearly every major Planetary Society priority. It would fund science at record levels, maintain Artemis' 2024 lunar landing date, and make major investments in technology and education. Casey and Mat break down the details and discuss what's next for NASA as Congress takes …
 
Scott Bolton leads the Juno mission that has been orbiting and revealing Jupiter for five years. NASA has granted an extension that will keep the spacecraft exploring till 2025. Scott shares some of the most exciting recent science, and closes with the surprising tale of his first encounter with planetary scientist and Planetary Society founder Car…
 
On the Constellations Podcast we’ll discuss how satellite services and business models are becoming much more dynamic. The age of the simple "bent-pipe" satellite is coming to an end. A new era of software-defined satellites is being ushered in to satisfy customer demand that can evolve minute to minute. During this episode, Jeff Freedman, CEO of K…
 
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine will soon issue the Astro2020 Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey. It will rank four major proposals for exciting, expensive new space-based telescopes. Astrophysicist Grant Tremblay joins us to explain why all four competing instruments have been grouped as The New Great Observator…
 
Mahsa Moghimi Esfandabadi builds houses. Preferably for places like Mars or the Moon. Because in the not too distant future, we will need permanent dwellings out there. But as you might expect, it's not that simple and will take generations of research. Space is and remains merciless when it comes to offering humans a potentially new home. But Mahs…
 
In this episode of Constellations, we talk about the implications of the increasing amount of connected devices in a rapidly digitizing world. These devices are part of the Internet of Things, otherwise known as IoT, which relies on a network of physical devices equipped with sensors to connect and exchange data with other systems and devices. Kepl…
 
The tiny Mars Helicopter Ingenuity has flown into our hearts. Project manager MiMi Aung and her team may have made it look easy, but Aung explains why it was anything but. Bruce Betts has tips for viewing the upcoming total lunar eclipse. Planetary Radio t-shirts are back as prizes in the space trivia contest! And we’ve got space headlines from The…
 
As part of the continuing series on restorative practice, we continue our discussion with Dr. Paul Baker focusing on how all school staff members can learn to be a therapeutic helper for students who have experienced trauma. Specifically, Dr. Baker outlines the ways in which Neurotransactional Repair happens for students who have become disconnecte…
 
In this two-part Contours podcast, Newlines Institute’s Nicholas A. Heras explores the Palestinian-Israeli crisis with colleague Caroline Rose. They are first joined by Omar Rahman, an expert on the post-Oslo Accords era of this conflict. This episode examines the root causes of Palestinian grievances and explores the limited options available to r…
 
In this two-part Contours podcast, Newlines Institute’s Nicholas A. Heras explores the Palestinian-Israeli crisis with colleague Caroline Rose. They are first joined by Omar Rahman, an expert on the post-Oslo Accords era of this conflict. This episode examines the root causes of Palestinian grievances and explores the limited options available to r…
 
Policing and the model minoirty myth are deconstructed through a noir genre lens in this hardboiled detective series created by today's guests, sak Pichetshote and Alexandre Tefenkgi. A new Image Comics series, The Good Asian stars detective Edison Hark—a haunted Chinese-American detective—on the trail of a killer in 1936 San Francisco's Chinatown.…
 
The 2021 Planetary Defense Conference brought together the leading scientists, policymakers and other experts who are working to protect our planet from near-Earth objects (NEOs). The Planetary Society welcomed six of these heroes to a special virtual gathering in late April. You’ll hear their progress reports on this week’s show. One is our own Br…
 
Bruce Damer is a versatile scientist who may be on the verge of rewriting the story of the origin of life. Contrary to all our ideas and textbook opinions, life may not have originated at the bottom of the oceans. Quite the opposite. Many things speak against it and the scientific community is debating. Of course, the space community has also taken…
 
In a surprise move, NASA chose SpaceX's Starship as the sole winner of its 3 billion-dollar human lunar lander development contract. Within days, Blue Origin and Dynetics filed official protests, forcing NASA to delay the award. Casey and Mat discuss how this selection, if it stands, is a smart move for a space agency that is serious about a true "…
 
It is always such fun to welcome back Andy Weir. The author of The Martian and Artemis has just published his most entertaining and inventive novel yet. Project Hail Mary gives an unlikely protagonist the job of saving humanity. Andy also shares his thoughts about the Mars helicopter Ingenuity, his hopes for NASA, and his low opinion of “the goldil…
 
Listen to Nicolas Chaillan, U.S. Air Force Chief Software Officer describe the importance of the U.S. DoD to bring relevant software features to the warfighter in a timely manner. Mr. Chaillan talked about zero trust being foundational to enable connectivity across systems while ensuring people only have access to what is appropriate to their needs…
 
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