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If you’re fascinated by the idea of humans traveling through space and curious about how that all works, you’ve come to the right place. This is the official podcast of the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
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Neutral Buoyancy

Neutral Buoyancy

2020-05-2901:01:14

Kristie Melass and Jim Fuderer, Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory divers, describe life as part of the underwater diving teams that help astronauts train for spacewalks. HWHAP Episode 146.
SpaceX Demo-2

SpaceX Demo-2

2020-05-2201:36:341

NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken test their knowledge about each other, plus flight director Zebulon Scoville gives us a glimpse of the mission profile for this test flight before Doug and Bob’s launch aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft on May 27. HWHAP Episode 145.
Space Hygiene

Space Hygiene

2020-05-1501:01:571

Elisca Hicks and Mike Berrill, crew systems operations instructors, answer top questions about space hygiene that NASA receives and help us understand how astronauts are trained to shower, shave, and go to the bathroom in space. HWHAP Episode 144.
Dr. Dorit Donoviel and Dr. Kristin Fabre, Director of TRISH and Senior Innovation Scientist, are helping NASA solve challenges and prepare for deep space travel through the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) by connecting with the most innovative technology, companies and researchers all over the world. HWHAP Episode 143.
Preparing For Mars

Preparing For Mars

2020-05-0146:296

Michelle Rucker, Mars Integration Lead at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, discusses how we are building on our current knowledge and capabilities and breaks down the considerations for getting to, living on, and getting back from Mars on this first episode of our Mars Monthly series. HWHAP Episode 142.
The View From Above

The View From Above

2020-04-2201:04:351

Dr. William Stefanov, manager of the Exploration Science Office at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, shares his expertise in observing the third rock from the sun on this Earth Day 50th anniversary episode. HWHAP Episode 141.
Soyuz Landing

Soyuz Landing

2020-04-1748:55

Hear a behind-the-scenes narrative into the operational intricacies of a 2018 Soyuz landing and the choreography of personnel, vehicles, and more when recovering the astronauts and cosmonauts returning to Earth from the International Space Station. HWHAP Episode 140.
Apollo 13

Apollo 13

2020-04-1052:053

James A. Lovell and Fred W. Haise, two of the crew members of Apollo 13, chronicle their days at NASA, their careers, and their fateful mission that began 50 years ago on April 11, 1970. HWHAP Episode 139.
Captain and Commander

Captain and Commander

2020-04-0341:481

Chris Cassidy, NASA astronaut and Navy SEAL, shares his background, his love for physical fitness and math, and the valuable lessons he has learned leading up to his 3rd trip to space in April 2020. HWHAP Episode 138.
Charis Krysher and Andrea Mosie, lunar curation processor and senior scientist specialist, respectively, discuss opening and processing Apollo 17 lunar samples that have been preserved for 47 years. HWHAP Episode 137.
Be a NASA Astronaut

Be a NASA Astronaut

2020-03-2059:364

NASA astronaut Kayla Barron and Anne Roemer, astronaut selection manager, deep dive into the astronaut selection process and astronaut candidate training while taking questions from social media during a live broadcast on March 6, 2020. HWHAP Episode 136.
NASA Tech in the World

NASA Tech in the World

2020-03-1354:182

Kris Romig, Commercialization Services Lead, shares how NASA technology goes beyond the agency and lives on in commercial industries and academia, and making its way into our daily lives. HWHAP Episode 135.
International Space Station Program Chief Scientist Kirt Costello talks about some of the interesting new research underway in Earth’s orbiting laboratory right now, and shares results of earlier experiments that are already making a difference for life in space and on Earth. HWHAP Episode 134.
Dr. Gary Kitmacher, communications and education mission manager for the International Space Station program, returns to the podcast to discuss the design, assembly, and evolution of the International Space Station, and how this orbiting laboratory informs future spacecraft designs. HWHAP Episode 133
Early Space Stations

Early Space Stations

2020-02-2101:01:501

Dr. Gary Kitmacher, communications and education mission manager for the International Space Station program, talks through the early concepts of space station design and introduces us to the astronomers, authors, and engineers that contributed to modern-day space travel and the International Space Station. HWHAP Episode 132
Train Like an Astronaut

Train Like an Astronaut

2020-02-1459:004

Kathy Bolt, chief training officer and CAPCOM, gives us a peek inside the world of training as an astronaut, how it has evolved, and how we are training our astronauts for future missions. HWHAP Episode 131.
Mission Patches

Mission Patches

2020-02-0750:531

Sean Collins, lead graphic designer at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, discusses the history, design and symbolism that goes into creating the iconic NASA mission patches. HWHAP Episode 130.
Art and Spaceflight

Art and Spaceflight

2020-01-3155:024

Retired astronaut Nicole Stott, an artist who uses painting to express the feelings and emotions she experienced on station, talks about her spaceflight experience and the importance of art as a form of expression and inspiration. HWHAP Episode 129.
Space Radiation

Space Radiation

2020-01-2446:383

Jason Weeks and Steve Platts discuss the ways NASA is collecting radiation data to better understand the risks and possible mitigation strategies for humans traveling through deep space. This is the last in a six part series on NASA’s Human Research Program. HWHAP Episode 128.
Making It Work in Space

Making It Work in Space

2020-01-1753:303

Brandon Vessey and Cherie Oubre discuss how they integrate and manage all the human research work in areas such as human performance, health, and radiation for research on the International Space Station, on Earth, and for future space exploration. This is part five of a six part series on NASA’s Human Research Program. HWHAP episode 127.
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Polly Berseth

very exciting to hear from the folks doing the work. excellent interviews, I will keep listening.

May 28th
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Stu Cook

What a fascinating account of NASA preparing to go to Mars. If this kind of subject matter interests you, give this a listen. 👌

May 23rd
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dimaturkmen

very good!

Mar 27th
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Beatrix Ducz

hi, what happens if someone can't fall asleep for the first few days in zero gravity? do they give sleeping pills or something? It can be a terrible feeling for the astronaut.

Jan 2nd
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Blurry Murda

How do we know we are upside-down in space

Oct 9th
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Simon

💥👍

Jul 28th
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Banana

Great thanks

Jul 23rd
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Charlbarl

holy fuck this guest is awful. love the show but gotta stop this one 10 minutes in.

Jun 9th
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Jonathan Bergeron

What happened to the previous announcer?

Apr 24th
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JustYourTypicalSpaceNerd

Very cool Nasa. Greetings from Austria!

Feb 28th
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Besim Kelmendi

Wer früher

Feb 10th
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Simon Tait

👍😁

Dec 21st
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Chaitanya Naraharisetti

Absolutely amazing

Dec 18th
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Paul Markert

by far my favorite podcast to date. you do a great job with the interviews and provide insight into a culture many of us can only dream of. and...that intro is awesome! don't change it ever!

Dec 12th
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Marko Fabrizio Huayamares Neyra

Awesome!

Dec 9th
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Nishant Sharma

loved your podcast

Nov 27th
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dick power

quite an interesting discussion.

Nov 17th
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Brad Lee Gotte

Such an awesome podcast! THANK YOU for making this available.

Oct 31st
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Brandon McDevitt

Out of this world! Haha...

Aug 4th
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Toni Burot

Could be a better name for a podcast? I just listen a programas for the first time and I love it. Thanks for your job, congratulations.

Nov 23rd
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