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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.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
Conversations that matter to Michigan. Each weekday, host April Baer will bring you stories from people across the state—from policymakers in Lansing, to entrepreneurs in Detroit, to artists in Grand Rapids. To access full episodes and individual story segments, please visit michiganradio.org.
 
America Explained is a podcast about American politics, foreign policy & culture for an international audience. Every fortnight it brings you the voices and perspectives shaping America - and its impact on the world - today. Hosted by historian and columnist Andy Gawthorpe, each fortnightly episode features analysis and interviews which help you understand a key issue in a way the regular news cycle never will. If something really big happens in-between, we’ll drop a bonus episode to keep yo ...
 
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DS9 premiered at the height of third wave feminism. In this episode, we’ll look at how Star Trek Deep Space Nine incorporated feminist thought of the ‘90s into its depictions of women and gender. Also, how that explains why Major Kira is always wearing a full face of makeup even when she’s roaming caves with a phaser rifle. And how the real villian…
 
The state of Michigan is beginning to open up the pool of people eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. But many in the disability community say they’re being left behind despite a higher risk of serious complications from the virus. On today's episode, we talk to a disability rights advocate in Detroit about the successful campaign to get the city to …
 
Cleaning up water pollution, inventing inexpensive ventilators for hospitals, turning waste plastic into sidewalks, and making baby formula more nutritious—these and thousands of other innovations have come directly from research and development for space exploration. NASA technology transfer program executive Daniel Lockney takes us on a tour of S…
 
After beating the Soviet Union in the race to the moon, America lost much of its drive to explore space for several decades. However, with the rise of private pioneers such as SpaceX and Blue Origin, this has begun to change. And as the US resumes its exploration of outer space, many questions have been raised. Can a private space economy be profit…
 
"Realism is unfortunate"- Michel Fiffe Michel Fiffe is the creator / writer /artist of the action series COPRA. He’s worked with Marvel and DC on top of fully producing Panorama for Dark Horse, Bloodstrike: Brutalists for Image Comics and Zegas for Fantagraphics. We talk about the development of comics art styles in depth and a graph he made attemp…
 
Bethany Christian Services, a Michigan-based adoption network, one of the largest in the nation, now says it’s open to placing children in homes with LGBTQ parents. GUEST: Dana Nessel is Michigan's Attorney General. She had an important role in the early stages of the legal challenges. NOTES: Stateside theme music is by 14KT. Additional music by Bl…
 
Relativity sorta-announced a bigger launch vehicle, Terran R. A few days later, Rocket Lab really announced a bigger launch vehicle, Neutron. I hate one announcement, and love the other. This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 38 executive producers—Brandon, Matthew, Simon, Lauren, Melissa, Kris, Pat, Matt, Jorge, Ryan, Donald, Lee…
 
The pandemic hasn’t been easy on anyone’s mental health, and that includes kids. On today’s episode, we talk about the challenges kids and families are facing when it comes to pandemic stressors, and get some advice on how you can help the kids in your life cope with the uncertainty surrounding school and, well, everything else. GUEST: Erin Hunter,…
 
Yesterday after being charged with 24 felony counts, John Geddert died by suicide. Today we’re looking into who John Geddert was, and what his death means in the name of justice for survivors of his abuse in elite gymnastics. GUESTS: Dan Murphy, staff writer at ESPN Looking for more conversations from Stateside? Right this way. If you like what you…
 
Historically known as "Black Eden", Idlewild has been many things over the past 100 years. A center of entertainment and resort space for black celebrities. A peaceful haven when Jim Crow made safety feel impossible for black people. These days, there's a renewed interest in this part of Yates' Township. Black families still live here, and there’s …
 
New data from the state paints a grim picture of racial disparities in vaccination rates for Black Michiganders. The state cautions that there are some major gaps in that data, but it's a troubling snapshot. On today's episode, we’ll talk to a Michigan Radio reporter about what the state is trying to do to address both the incomplete data and the l…
 
Earth Observation, Space Situational Awareness and Contested/Congested Space are terms increasingly heard in satellite and space media, brought about, in part, by the growing accessibility and democratization of the space industry. Our guest, Gino Bucciol - Co-founder and Chief Development Officer at Officina Stellare, a company based in Italy acti…
 
The Mars 2020 rover is on Mars. We have collected the most thrilling moments from the landing and the revelations that followed, including the first sounds recorded on the Red Planet. Bill Nye congratulates the entire Perseverance team and explains why this audacious mission is so important. Then Bruce Betts and Mat Kaplan welcome special guests as…
 
Despite wide agreement that America's infrastructure quality is relatively low, per-unit infrastructure costs are higher in the US today compared to the rest of the world and to America 50-60 years. Why is this? Are regulations and rent-seeking to blame? Could it reflect some kind of improvement in quality? Today's guest, Leah Brooks, provides an i…
 
It often seemed over the last four years that with so much media attention focused on Donald Trump's daily outrages, there was little oxygen left for more normal types of political scandal. But the coronavirus and the monster winter storm which recently battered the United States have left many state governors trapped in a quagmire of scandal of th…
 
In the first half of the 20th century, Detroit’s African American population was booming. The Black Bottom and Paradise Valley neighborhoods became centers of Black life and culture. But they were destroyed during the 1950s and 60s to make way for highways. On today’s episode, we’ll talk about the history of those lost neighborhoods and about what …
 
A recent Ann Arbor school board meeting left everyone wondering if the district was deciding not to return to the classroom at all this school year -- a point the district has been quick to note it has not finalized its decision. Today, a look at the big picture for how schools are making decisions about reopening, and the challenges districts face…
 
Firekeeper's Daughter, a new novel by Michigan’s Angeline Boulley, is not just one of the most-anticipated YA reads of the year. It’s also a complex story about a girl finding her way in two cultures. Today we're talking with Angeline Boulley about her debut novel and growing up around Sault Ste Marie, where the book is based. Guest: Angeline Boull…
 
Maybe you’ve heard some of the sea shanties making the rounds on social media - most prominently on TikTok. But did you know that Michigan has a few shanties of its own to sing? Today we’re taking a look at the history and legacy fo Black Sailors in the Great Lakes and the sea shanties that came with them. Guest: Jillian Reese is the curator of Exh…
 
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for COVID have offered hope to millions. But a lot of us have questions about getting vaccinated. We asked you to submit your question about the COVID Vaccine and today we're getting some answers. Guests: Dr. Mouhanad Hammami is the Wayne County Chief Health Strategist and a lecturer at University of Michigan’s Dearb…
 
The Planetary Society’s Planetfest ’21 celebrated Mars and the newest visitors to the Red Planet. Mat Kaplan shares some of his Planetfest conversation with Andy Weir, author of The Martian. We also sit down with the leader of the United Arab Emirates’ Hope mission that entered Mars orbit a few days ago. Planetary Society contributing editor Andrew…
 
How can research institutions promote growth, other than simply spending more money on basic R&D? Today's guest, Don Braben, argues that we need to promote scientific freedom by easing up on the strictures of peer review and the demands of obvious applicability. Only then can we enable scientists to generate more of the revolutionary discoveries th…
 
Taste the Diaspora Detroit is celebrating the enormous contributions people of African origins make to American cuisine. A dream team of regional chefs is creating boxed lunches, a different one for each week of Black History Month. Each meal tells a story. GUESTS: Raphael Wright is a co-founder. He’s also with Urban Plug, a social conglomerate tha…
 
The pandemic has upended school for everybody, but some Black families are finding that might not be such a bad thing. On today’s episode, we’ll talk to two homeschooling Detroit moms who have been helping other families navigate the world of at-home learning. GUESTS: Salima Ellis, school leader at Universal Minds School of Evolution Bernita Bradle…
 
"I'm not damning Stan Lee, I'm living with ambiguity" says Abraham Riesman of his essential new Stan Lee biography True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee. No matter where you stand on the debate of who gets credit for Marvel comics, you MUST read this book. It's past time for a serious work of history like this one examining the conflicting s…
 
Michigan wildlife managers and the state’s outdoor recreation industries are worried about invasive carp species. So much so, that Michigan and several adjacent states have spent millions to mitigate the threat. But is there something more we could be doing to reduce the population of carp maybe even before they get here? GUESTS: Keith Matheny is a…
 
You can’t say Michigan’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout has been entirely smooth. There simply aren’t a lot of doses. But the city of Detroit has been beating a lot of expectations for getting residents scheduled and moving them through the process. Today, a look at how it happened. GUEST: Jared Fleisher is a VP for government affairs for Quicken Loans. …
 
For the second time in less than two years, former President Donald Trump is facing a Senate impeachment trial, this time for his alleged role in inciting the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol. On Tuesday, House impeachment managers and Trump’s defense attorneys argued over the constitutionality of impeaching someone no longer in office. On today…
 
In this episode of Constellations we discuss the growing push into Low Earth Orbit with new non-GEO satellite mega constellations that are bringing flat panel antennas to the forefront. Not a new technology, these fast-switching antennas historically have been only used by the military due to their complexity and cost. Through his favorite Lego ana…
 
Mars has commanded our attention and stimulated our imaginations for millenia. Now, as 3 more spacecraft arrive, we talk with author Marc Hartzman about his new book that documents the fascination and fancy generated by the Red Planet. Planetary Society Chief Advocate Casey Dreier gives us a taste of the Society’s recommendations for the Biden admi…
 
America's university system is the envy of the world, and a major reason for this is that this higher education system is crucial to our innovative capacity. So in today's episode, Korok Ray explains how universities promote innovation and, more importantly, what they can do to boost their contribution to the US economy even further. Korok is an as…
 
SpaceX broke their turnaround record and is racking up quite the flight history across their Falcon fleet. Lockheed selected ABL for a launch from the Shetland Islands. Firefly shook up their board, is looking for new investment, and won a CLPS contract from NASA. This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 37 executive producers—Brand…
 
Americans have always liked to believe that their country is special - or, as the phrase goes, exceptional. And as a consequence of believing that their country is exceptional, many Americans have also believed that it has a uniquely uplifting and moral role to play in international affairs. But in Donald Trump, America has had a president who expl…
 
Showing Up Showing Out is a short film that tells the story about the past, present and future of Motown. It's a showpiece for the music, fashions and creators of Detroit. The film was recently nominated for four awards at the Fashion Film Festival Milano. GUESTS: Imani Mixon is a writer, host and creative consultant. Margot Bowman is a filmmaker a…
 
On today’s episode, we’re talking ice cover on Michigan’s lakes. We’ll get an expert’s advice on how to stay safe during your winter beach strolls, and we’ll hear about how ice fisherman are dealing with the trend toward less and less ice cover in a warming climate. GUESTS: Myron Gilbert, member of the U.S. World Ice Fishing Team Lester Graham, Mic…
 
One hundred years ago, in the aftermath of World War I, the United States was well into its experiment with national temperance. Michigan wasn’t a stranger to Prohibition — the state banned alcohol in 1918, about two years before Prohibition went into effect nationwide. Despite restrictions, thirsty Michiganders still found ways to get their hands …
 
Matt Hourihan is perhaps the world's most knowledgeable expert in how the U.S. government funds basic science and development activities. He joins the show to talk about the big picture of where the money goes, how the focus has changed over time, and the consequences of budget cuts to critical science investments. Discover more here: https://www.p…
 
America's adoption of the consumer welfare standard since the late 1970s has led to the rise of innovative Big Tech companies like Google and Amazon. Other countries, particularly in Europe, would love to have massively successful tech firms of their own, but they're constrained in part by their more restrictive antitrust doctrines. And yet, many c…
 
The complete upending of “normal” life brought on by the pandemic has left a lot of us acutely aware of social and economic injustices. When it comes to job loss, it is women, specifically women of color, who have been hit the hardest. GUEST: Betsey Stevenson is a labor economist and professor at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the Un…
 
With a vaccine in distribution, it’s starting to feel like there is light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. But in a small town of Calumet, in the western U.P., the fight against any change in daily life due to COVID-19 continues to rage as maskless patrons crowd a local cafe that has ignored state orders at every turn. We talk to a reporter who v…
 
Astronomer Linda Schweizer spent countless hours interviewing the explorers who revolutionized astronomy through observations made at California’s Palomar Observatory. She tells their fascinating stories and shares their science in her new book Cosmic Odyssey: How Intrepid Astronomers at Palomar Observatory Changed our View of the Universe. Attenti…
 
For the first time since Mid-November, you can now make reservations and grab a meal or drinks, indoors, at restaurants and bars in Michigan again. People working in the industry have some cautious optimism. Maybe the return of indoor dining means we’re on a slow return to normalcy? GUESTS: Tyler Scott is a weekend host and reporter at Michigan Rad…
 
Last week, President Joe Biden signed an executive order that reversed a Trump-era policy barring transgender people from serving in the military. It was welcome news to many transgender service members and veterans. But that doesn’t mean the fight for full inclusion is over yet. On today’s episode, we’ll talk to a Michigan National Guard member ab…
 
GM announced today it will aspire to sell only electric vehicles by 2035. Even if the company doesn’t bullseye that target, this is a big deal for a brand that’s focused for so long on Internal Combustion Engines What does it mean for GM to commit to electrics like that? And what will more electric cars mean for the rest of us? GUESTS: Tim Soules i…
 
How are The Celestials and The Eternals like Diana Ross & The Supremes? Find out as Kieron Gillen (obviously) returns to discuss his new series for Marvel Comics, a relaunch of The Eternals, in which he and artist Esad Ribić interpret Jack Kirby's classic "powerchord of a visual". We follow up with his critically aclaimed re-imagining of Peter Cann…
 
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