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Best NASA podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best NASA podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Hear stories about the alien moons orbiting our Sun, of cold stars, and the future of space exploration. Every week, scientist Dr. Carrie Nugent chats about an amazing part of our universe with an expert guest. Spacepod is the podcast that gives you an inside look into space exploration. Learn more: http://listentospacepod.com
 
☆☆☆☆☆ weekly podcast about the strange and the random. Weekly news, mysteries and conspiracy theories. Never a straight answer N.A.S.A looks at the wired world of the internet world history, Funny and interesting facts, science theory and more. Recorded live from Manchester, United kingdom. Join Gaz and Taylor accompanied by the odd guest for Never a straight answer.Find us on social media Twitter @NASA_NEVERInstagram @neverstraightanswerEmail neverstraightanswer@gmail.com👽
 
Rick Wiles is the father of “citizen reporting.” He pioneered alternative media long before the arrival of blogs and podcasts. TRUNEWS has an extremely loyal audience around the world. The program is 100% listener-supported. Guests include members of the US Congress, members of the European Parliament, members of the British Parliament, scientists, astronauts, climatologists, billionaires, investors, top-selling authors, and retired US generals. Respected guests include billionaire Jim Roger ...
 
Join us as we set sail for the stars! As an inspirational and educational podcast, we make space more approachable and understandable, inspiring others to explore space in their own way by covering topics in Space, Astronomy, Flight, NASA, History, Science, and so much more. But why should you join? Why space? Why not Healthcare, Politics, or binging Netflix? When a civilization as a whole strives for space, they strive for greatness. Space is our greatest and most exciting frontier and it i ...
 
Everyone Racers is a podcast that focuses on entry-level endurance racing from beginner to advanced, as well as the news, tips, and tricks that go along with our hobby. Four friends and often teammates; Chrissy Mittura, Christopher Abbott, Jeff Wakemen and Christian "Mental" Ward discuss current racing trends and news, as well as occasional interviews and guests who are interesting people with different perspectives on racing and car culture. You never know what they'll discuss each week, bu ...
 
Uncommon Nasa and Samurai Banana present the Dope Sh!t Podcast. Late night underground radio meets a modern day conversational style podcast, as these guys talk about everything related to being a fan of and a participant in hip-hop and music in general. It can be funny and serious, sometimes at the same time. All while presenting mix of the latest dope sh!t every week from the hands of Samurai Banana's turntables.
 
Get your daily dose of all that's new in space and astronomy. The sky is not the limit, as we bring you a fast-paced roundup of launches, landings, and everyday discoveries. The Daily Space is brought to you by the team behind CosmoQuest at the Planetary Science Institute, and features hosts Dr. Pamela L. Gay & Annie Wilson.
 
Hosted by Erik Qualman, each week we find the world's top thought leaders and hand select their top 7 Super Tips to unleash your inner superpower. #1 Best Selling Author and Motivational Speaker Erik Qualman has performed in 55 countries and reached over 35 million people. His Socialnomics work has been on 60 Minutes to the Wall Street Journal and used by the National Guard to NASA. His book Digital Leader propelled him to be voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potte ...
 
The future is shaped by technology—but technology is shaped by us. Every month, Soonish brings you stories showing how the choices we make together forge the technological world of tomorrow. From MIT-trained technology journalist Wade Roush. Learn more at soonishpodcast.org. We're a proud member of the Hub & Spoke audio collective! See hubspokeaudio.org.
 
Liftoff is a fortnightly podcast about space, the universe, and everything. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to understand the latest developments as explained by enthusiastic space fans Stephen Hackett and Jason Snell. Hosted by Jason Snell and Stephen Hackett.
 
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Nearly 10 months after Vice President Mike Pence directed NASA to return astronauts to the Moon by 2024, the space agency has estimated how much its Artemis Program will cost. NASA says it will need an additional $35 billion over the next four years—on top of its existing budget—to develop a Human Landing System to get down to the Moon's surface fr…
 
At its core the NASA History Office ensures that, as we look forward to the Moon, Mars and beyond, we remember the lessons we’ve learned from our predecessors. The race to the Moon in the 1960s occurred against a very different backdrop than today's Artemis program — but both exhibit what humanity can achieve when we set ourselves to lofty aims.…
 
Moon in 4K: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ilifg26TZrI Venus Sensor Contest: https://www.herox.com/VenusRover/guidelines The Moon in 4K NASA with the help of the high-resolution camera of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, has recreated the Apollo 13 crew’s trip around the Moon, only this time it’s in4k. The video uses data gathered from the Lunar …
 
Resumes. The Modern Resume & How to Align Jobs with Passions. Today we discuss job recruiting, talent acquisition, hiring Millennials, Gen Z, and Generation Alpha. As someone that is entering the workforce or looking for a new job do we need a resume or has LinkedIn replaced it? We discuss side hustles and how we can create careers out of them. We …
 
When the Diamond Princess left the port of Yokohama in Japan on January 20, the 2,666 passengers on board were ready to unwind with a trip to China, Vietnam and Taiwan. But two weeks later they’d find themselves confined to their cabins, allowed out for only a few hours each day, while 542 of their fellow passengers and crew tested positive for Cov…
 
Today on TruNews we discuss the latest shocking announcement from the CDC that the coronavirus is likely to break out in America and could lead to cancelation of mass gatherings, such as political rallies, church meetings, and voting itself. We also discuss the connection between the Korean cult and the Chinese city of Wuhan, and how nations like A…
 
Your organs are a lot of things—a powerful computer (in the case of your brain), detoxers (your liver and kidneys), breathing devices (your lungs). But there’s one thing they’re decidedly not: transparent. That’s unless you’re Kevin Bacon in The Invisible Man, or if your organs end up in the lab of Ali Ertürk, director of Helmholtz Munich’s Institu…
 
The Altair 8800 is why we have computers in most homes today. It was initially designed for hobbyists. But a few visionaries saw massive potential in this strange little machine—and worked hard to make others see it too. What they created led to so much more than anyone could have ever imagined. Forrest Mims tells us how his co-founder, Ed Roberts,…
 
Today on TruNews we discuss the calamities bringing nations to their knees, as locust swarms, sand storms, and plagues of sexual immorality sow chaos in the plans of unrepentant men. We also address the latest in the coronavirus epidemic, including the shock to both world markets and South Korea as their military cancels planned exercises and train…
 
Today we look at a wide variety of topics, from the Insight mission's increasingly humorous techniques to get its mole to burrow, to weird rocks on the Moon's far side, to antimatter way of working just like regular matter. We are also sad to share that mathematician and orbital computer Katherine Johnson has passed away at age 101.…
 
Smack dab between eastern Canada’s Misery Point and Greenland's Cape Desolation is a place where the thrashing of the Atlantic Ocean’s churn sounds about as friendly as the nearby place names. This stretch of water, the Labrador Sea, has long been considered a critical junction in the global circulatory system of the world's oceans. By pumping warm…
 
The episodes are out, and the responses are in! Listen to R&L discuss their experiences after the revealing all in their Lost Years series in this episode of Ear Biscuits! -- (1:04) - our life after the Lost Years series (7:07) - the process behind getting the stories out and people interacting with them (23:13) - Mythical Beasts sharing stories (2…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about getting hired with Caitlin Cooke, former VP of HR at Nava, and current Career Mentor at Pathrise. We get into the difference between getting hired in tech as opposed to other types of industries, the different steps to step up your interviewing, including creating a “behavioral matrix,” and the pipeline strategy…
 
74# Total cults | Welcome to Jonestown, This week we deep dive into the Jonestown massacre, we look at the childhood and early life of Jim Jones and the road to Jonestown, In this episode, we look at how over 900 people were killed by a lethal mix of cyanide and flavor aid that became the united states biggest mass murder. Orchestrated by Jim Jones…
 
For her first season hosting Working, Slate’s Shannon Palus is delving into the world of running, from professional athletes to coaches to people who do all manner of things to help other people run. This week, Shannon talks to Amy Begley, an Olympic runner and the Head Coach of the Atlanta Track Club. Amy tells Shannon about her experiences as an …
 
Today on TruNews we discuss the virus being felt around world as the CDC issues it’s opening warnings shots about coronavirus pandemic coming to a town near you. We also address the expanded quarantines in Asia and how the jails in China and barracks in South Korea are now in lockdown as the mysterious killer flu sets its sights on churches, factor…
 
Jordan Bimm talks about early experiments in space medicine involving subjects who did not resemble the white male test pilots who would become America's first astronauts. Bimm is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Princeton University. He’s the author of Anticipating the Astronaut which is under contract to MIT Press, expected in Spring 2021.…
 
Sometimes how news is reported is as much of a story as the stories in that news. Today is that day. I talk about the way two different results are communicated: the discovery of a neutron transitioning from being an x-ray binary to being a millisecond-pulsar, and the observation that the Sombrero Galaxy has a high proportion of metal-rich stars in…
 
Confronted with a baby—or puppy—most adults can’t stop themselves from dissolving into baby talk: “WHO’S the cutest? It’s YOU! YES it IS!” We slow down, increase our pitch by nearly an octave, and milk each vowel for all it’s worth. And even if the baby can’t speak yet, we mimic the turn-taking of a conversation.…
 
Today on TruNews we discuss how the man President Trump pardoned instead of Roger Stone, New York City police commissioner during 9/11, Bernard Kerik, traveled to Israel two weeks before the terror attack, and in 2003 received a $250,000 interest-free loan from Israeli billionaire Eitan Wertheimer, whose family made their fortune through the defens…
 
One sunny day last summer, Mathias Kolle, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, took a couple of eminent colleagues out sailing. They talked about their research. They had some drinks. Then Kolle noticed something was off: A rowboat tied to his boat had come loose and was drifting toward the horizon. As he tacked across the wate…
 
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