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Author: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

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NASACast combines the content of all the NASACast subject area podcasts into a single omnibus podcast. Here you'll find the latest news and features on NASA's missions as well as the popular "This Week @NASA" newsreel.
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First Commercial Crew Flight to Space Station Safely Splashes Down and more ...
Deep Space Transport

Deep Space Transport

2020-08-0745:09

Paul Kessler, aerospace engineer at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Virginia, discusses what to consider for designing a vehicle – with humans on board – that will enter deep space and make the long journey to Mars on this fourth episode of our Mars Monthly series. HWHAP Episode 156.
Laurie Barge, an astrobiologist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, studies how plant-looking mineral structures called chimneys grow from chemicals found at the deepest depths of the ocean. In her lab she has glass vials and bulbs full of different chemical mixtures that simulate undersea conditions.
NASA’s Jon Olansen, Jenny Devolites and Ben Asher share technical stories and discuss storytelling technique with Storytelling Strategist Johel Brown-Grant.
Artemis Moon Tools

Artemis Moon Tools

2020-07-3151:16

Trevor Graff and Adam Naids, Project Manager for exploration science and Deputy Project Manager for Artemis geology tools, respectively, share their expertise on the tools needed for the Moon’s unique terrain when we visit our neighboring satellite during Artemis missions. HWHAP Episode 155.
The NASA Kennedy Launch team has persevered through a global pandemic to get a Mars Rover named Perseverance to the launch pad on time. The cloud of doubt the virus cast over the Mars mission and how NASA overcame it, next on the Rocket Ranch.
A Record-Tying Spacewalk to Upgrade the Space Station and more ...
The NASA Worm

The NASA Worm

2020-07-2452:50

Richard Danne, designer and creator of NASA’s “worm”, details the origins of the iconic logo, the inspiration, the design process with the agency and his firm, Danne and Blackburn, and its reception once being introduced. Retired in 1992, NASA reinstated the “worm” in May 2020 during the SpaceX Demo-2 mission. HWHAP Episode 154.
Storytelling Strategist Johel Brown-Grant with the U.S. State Department discusses organizational benefits of technical storytelling.
We're Going to Mars!

We're Going to Mars!

2020-07-2119:04

In this episode of our Curious Universe podcast, join us on a journey to the Red Planet.
Another Power-Packed Spacewalk Outside the Space Station and more ...
As we explore Mars and other places in the solar system that might have life, scientists who work in Planetary Protection are busy making sure that we don’t contaminate them.
Perseverance

Perseverance

2020-07-1759:09

Luther Beegle, Deputy Division Manager for Science at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, takes us through the history of previous landers we have sent to Mars and highlights Perseverance, the most sophisticated rover NASA has ever sent to the Red Planet. HWHAP Episode 153.
Perseverance Integrated with Launch Vehicle and more ...
The Best of Year Three

The Best of Year Three

2020-07-1001:08:46

The entire Houston We Have a Podcast team at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (virtually) gets together for their third anniversary to reflect on another year, highlighting their favorite episodes and moments working together on the podcast. HWHAP Episode 152.
Plum Brook Station Director David Stringer discusses world-unique test facilities at the NASA station in Ohio.
A Mighty Powerful Spacewalk Outside the Space Station and more ...
Rendezvous with Mars

Rendezvous with Mars

2020-07-0351:09

Patrick Chai, aerospace engineer at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Virginia, covers the challenges and needs for getting humans to Mars and the options for propulsion, duration, time, staging, and more that will be considered on this third episode of our Mars Monthly series. HWHAP Episode 151.
A Power Spacewalk Outside the Space Station and more ...
Jason Wright, professor of astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State, has been thinking about the different technosignatures we could pick up using the telescopes we already have, and the telescopes that we could develop in the future.
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Comments (3)

Tom Rooney

I always enjoy the content of this show, but it gets annoying when the interviewer too often makes it a point to show that he already knows the answers to the questions he asks the interviewee

May 9th
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Aushes Sobuz Arka

mars.nasa.gov/insight/

Dec 3rd
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Zahid Ali

na na na na😂

Dec 3rd
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