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Author: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

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From Earth orbit to the Moon and Mars, explore the world of human spaceflight with NASA each week on the official podcast of the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Listen to in-depth conversations with the astronauts, scientists and engineers who make it possible.
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A NASA astronaut and a Gateway manager discuss how the future lunar space station will be used for science, deep space exploration, and more. HWHAP Episode 344.
New Year, New Hosts

New Year, New Hosts

2024-07-0501:15:24

Houston We Have a Podcast celebrates its seven-year anniversary and the hosts talk about their roles at NASA, tell fun stories, and discuss their passion for communication and human spaceflight. HWHAP Episode 343.
Mars Audio Log #11

Mars Audio Log #11

2024-06-2849:03

The CHAPEA crew checks in on their eleventh month in a Mars simulated habitat, and a NASA expert discusses the measures taken to ensure that the year long mission has been conducted safely and ethically. HWHAP Episode 342.
Aerospace engineers discuss NASA’s Quesst mission and the X-59 aircraft designed to fly faster than the speed of sound and test the future of supersonic travel. HWHAP Episode 341.
NBL Environments

NBL Environments

2024-06-1401:151

An engineer at the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory discusses how environmental effects help make spacewalk training more realistic in the 40-foot-deep pool. HWHAP Episode 340.
Robotic Surgery in Space

Robotic Surgery in Space

2024-06-0752:081

A payload developer and surgeon discuss testing a robotic surgery technology demonstration aboard the International Space Station. HWHAP Episode 339.
Experts from NASA’s Stennis Space Center discuss the facilities that support RS-25 engine testing for the Space Launch System and future Artemis missions. HWHAP Episode 338.
Mars Audio Log #10

Mars Audio Log #10

2024-05-2455:48

The CHAPEA crew checks in on their 10th month in a Mars simulated habitat, and a NASA scientist explains her role studying crew habitat design and how it supports behavioral health, team cohesion, and performance. HWHAP Episode 337.
H-3PO

H-3PO

2024-05-1701:00:54

Three experts within the Human Physiology, Performance, Protection and Operations Laboratory (H-3PO) at NASA, explain the ins and outs of this integrated laboratory designed to support human spaceflight. HWHAP Episode 336.
A nanosatellites expert explains the process of how CubeSats are selected, scheduled for launch, and eventually deployed from the International Space Station. HWHAP Episode 335.
Atmospheric Waves

Atmospheric Waves

2024-05-0359:29

A principal investigator talks about an experiment on board the space station observing the forces that drive space weather. HWHAP Episode 334.
Mars Audio Log #9

Mars Audio Log #9

2024-04-2659:19

The CHAPEA crew checks in on their ninth month in a Mars simulated habitat and a Mars architecture expert explains CHAPEA’s role in NASA’s long-term plans to explore the Red Planet. HWHAP Episode 333.
NASA’s Boeing Crew Flight Test Commander Butch Wilmore and Pilot Suni Williams discuss their astronaut journeys and preparation to be the first humans to fly Starliner. HWHAP Episode 332.
Flight directors discuss NASA’s Boeing Crew Flight Test and the operations behind this historic mission. HWHAP Episode 331.
On April 8, the total solar eclipse across the United States will be the last for 20 years. A NASA flight controller discusses all you need to know about the eclipse, how to best witness it, and the safety precautions that come with it. HWHAP Episode 330.
Mars Audio Log #8

Mars Audio Log #8

2024-03-2901:00:40

The CHAPEA crew checks in on their eighth month in a Mars simulated habitat and a NASA biostatistician discusses the process of analysis, interpretation, and presentation of scientific data. HWHAP Episode 329.
VIPER

VIPER

2024-03-2247:51

NASA's Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, also known as VIPER, is the agency’s first robotic lunar rover. Learn more about VIPER and its journey to the lunar surface. HWHAP Episode 328.
NASA astronaut Tracy C. Dyson discusses her background and anticipation as she looks ahead to the beginning of her third spaceflight later this month. HWHAP Episode 327.
Podcast in a Vacuum Chamber

Podcast in a Vacuum Chamber

2024-03-0801:13:25

From inside of Chamber A at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, NASA experts discuss VIPER’s vacuum chamber testing in preparation for a south pole lunar landing. HWHAP Episode 326.
NASA is looking to recruit the next class of astronauts, and applications are open! The manager of NASA astronaut selection discusses the selection process and how to apply to an out-of-this-world career. HWHAP Episode 325.5.
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Comments (61)

Josenande Silva

listening this from Brazil. That's really exciting!

Jan 14th
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Eugen Gross

This is a perfect example, how somebody constantly repeats himself, lives on buzzwords but has not much to say at all. This topic could have been really thrilling, but there is no reason, why this particular episode should have been longer than 15 minutes.

Aug 28th
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Sohrab kiani

Hey I wish I had the chance like Jasmine said. We all have our own achievements in life time but I don't know if it matters in the end. Is the goal of life os living in a circle of eating, sleeping, school, university, marriage, having kids and die? Then the main question still remains unknown which is :which dimension we are in. What's our origin? What are we doing here? Is this a programmed universe? Affter all it overwhelming. Every time I looke to the night I wish I coud experience what you're doing in space agencies..

Aug 20th
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Sohrab kiani

Brilliant podcast. Especially interview with Jasmine 💖💐👏

Aug 20th
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Sohrab kiani

Congratulations to you all for 300th💖

Aug 15th
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N Nix

It was really interesting to know about optical communications. Nice job 👍 and please use some kind of sound volume normalizer next time, because the voice of your guest was really annoying and distracting.

Jun 25th
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علی اصغر روح پرور

good

Dec 6th
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Beatrix Ducz

I'd call the cold brew technique musical technique. If you are playing sounds to extract building compounds, music is much more than just an Earthly miracle. Maybe music dissolved our dna in the prehistoric oceans.

Aug 26th
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Tate G

hi

Jul 1st
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Mccool10000

Love this podcast.

Jun 16th
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fernandovka

❤️

Feb 23rd
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Beatrix Ducz

what about sex?

Jan 21st
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Sohrab kiani

Great to have NASA updates on my phone through castbox. Love that

Dec 23rd
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Beatrix Ducz

Marshman, I starr to believe nomen est omen :D

Oct 29th
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Beatrix Ducz

the audio is very low, can hardly understand the speech.

Oct 23rd
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Sohrab kiani

Love from Iran.

Oct 18th
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Beatrix Ducz

It's very hard to hear the guest. The sound isn't too good.

Oct 16th
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Beatrix Ducz

what happened to the sound?

Sep 10th
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Sara Rastakhiz

the guest's voice was kinda fuzzy and hard to understand

Aug 30th
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Ameneh Delavary

👌👌👌👏

Aug 28th
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