This podcast features content produced by the Secure World Foundation (SWF), an endowed, private operating foundation that promotes cooperative solutions for space sustainability and the peaceful uses of outer space. The Foundation acts as a research body, convener and facilitator to promote key space security, and other related topics, and to examine their influence on governance and international development.
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Best Outerspace podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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The Churn is SYFY WIRE's episode by episode breakdown of Amazon Prime's The Expanse featuring the talents of Ana Marie Cox and Dan Drezner who dissect the intricate plots of the show and analyze them through the lens of political science.
Psyched for Space! Join Amanda and Jessica as they discuss psychology and outer space!
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
Podcast hosted by @spcmtn and @novacain007. We talk sports,music, relationships and any topic we find interesting or ratchet.
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Welcome to Is This Horny? the weekly podcast where we ask life's most elusive question: is this horny? Join our host E as they discuss things like velcro, brass instruments and corduroy pants and whether or not those things are horny. email@example.com
We're Mickey and Louis Ralph and this is our podcast where we review films and rank them on a turd based scale because we are both mature adults with a serious agenda.
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What are the most pressing challenges confronting governments, industry and civil society in terms of building capacity for implementing international space sustainability guidelines, and what steps should each of these three sectors prioritize to build such capacity? This panel of leading international experts shared their thoughts on how governme…
Prof. Bethany Ehlmann returns to the show to talk about the mission she's leading, Lunar Trailblazer. This low-cost mission will hitch a ride to the moon using the extra space in a large rocket. Once there, it will help scientists learn more about water on the moon.
Many of the discoveries you've heard about on this show were funded by NASA. But how do scientists get money from NASA? Dr. Henry Throop returns to the show to explain how NASA program officers evaluate scientific proposals. This episode was recorded in September 2019.
Episode 38 of Headspace the Podcast! On this episode, Amanda talks about what Body Integrity Dysphoria is and a recent finding. Jessica gives information on the SpaceX mission and it's first attempted launch.By Headspace the Podcast
Ana Marie Cox and Dan Drezner are joined by author of World War Z, Max Brooks, to discuss politics, the current pandemic and, of course, zombies.
Dr. Larry Denneau talks about the Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System, or ATLAS. He talks about how asteroid detection is a data processing problem. Every night ATLAS handles about a quarter terabyte of data. He describes how they find a few asteroids among a billion other sources, and tells us about a unique discovery by the program. Thi…
Hosts Ana Marie Cox and Dan Drezner discuss the pressing question, "what if a pandemic didn't mean being forced to wear a mask, but growing a mask-like sheet of fungus out of your nose?". To get to the bottom of this, they sit down with author Chuck Wendig to discuss his novel, Wanderers, and its prescient parallels to today.…
Episode 37 of Headspace the Podcast! On this episode, Amanda talks about a recent study with some insight as to why we sometimes lose our memory shortly after losing hearing due to age. Jessica gives information about some ideas in the field of cosmology, or how our universe became what it is today.By Headspace the Podcast
The Churn is back for part 2 of its revived edition with hosts Ana Marie Cox and Dan Drezner where they discuss the similarities and differences between the zombie apocalypses we know and love in books and movies, and how the international community is handling the current pandemic.
The Churn is back with a revived edition with hosts Ana Marie Cox and Dan Drezner discussing the similarities and differences between how zombie pandemics play out in our favorite fictions and how the international community is handling a very real global pandemic.
Episode 36 of Headspace the Podcast! On this episode, Amanda talks about a recent study on spacey's effect on the brain. Jessica gives information about the most energetic Quasar we've ever measured.By Headspace the podcast
Hosts Ana Marie Cox and Dan Drezner are back for a special bonus season of the Churn to talk about how pandemics are portrayed in movies and books and what we can learn from those depictions.
Prof Joe Levy talks about his research in the dry valleys of Antarctica. These valleys are dry, irradiated, salty, and cold, which makes them similar to parts of Mars. He explains why planetary scientists get excited about naturally occurring perchlorate. He also describes the changes he's witnessed over several field seasons. This episode was reco…
Episode 35 of Headspace the Podcast! On this episode, Amanda talks about a recent study on empathy detection. Jessica gives information about Earth's new moon.By Headspace the Podcast
Episode 34 of Headspace the Podcast! On this episode, Amanda talks about a recent study on learning difficulties. Jessica gives information about a recent development with Betelgeuse.By Headspace the Podcast
Dr. Sheyna Gifford describes the experience of being a simulated Martian astronaut, as part of the HI-SEAS experiment. She talks about the experiment and gives us all tips for staying mentally, emotionally, and physically healthy while living in a confined space with limited contact with the outside world.…
Secure World Foundation and the ISS National Labs co-hosted the first in a two-event series, one in the San Francisco Bay area and one in Washington, DC. This series is designed to highlight and examine the socioeconomic benefits of the International Space Station. Global efforts like the Sustainable Development Goals are benefiting from work being…
Episode 33 of Headspace the Podcast! On this episode, Amanda talks about a study examining the effects of shrooms on cancer patients. Jessica gives information about the Spitzer space telescope.By Headspace the Podcast
Dr. Meg Schwamb tells us about the Outer Solar System Origins Survey (OSSOS). She explains why she doesn't just want to find these distant objects, she wants to figure out what they are made of. We also discuss recent interstellar visitors to our solar system.
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Dr. Matthew Tiscareno tells us about Saturn's rings. He describes how scientists measured their mass, and how the rings got their colors. He also explains why scientists are currently debating the age of the rings.
Host Ana Marie Cox is joined by political scientist Dan Drezner to recap the entirety of the fourth season of Amazon's The Expanse. After recapping each episode of the season individually, Ana and Dan spend some time discussing the season as a whole in the second of this special, two-part episode. So tune in to hear our hosts talk through intergala…
Host Ana Marie Cox is joined by political scientist Dan Drezner to recap the entirety of the fourth season of Amazon's The Expanse. After recapping each episode of the season individually, Ana and Dan spend some time discussing the season as a whole in this special, two-part episode. So tune in to hear our hosts talk through intergalactic cultural …
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Join host Ana Marie Cox and political scientist Dan Drezner as they talk through Season 4 finale of Amazon's The Expanse. Tune in to hear more about Avasarala's political and personal life coming together and how "anything can be a weapon."
Join host Ana Marie Cox and political scientist Dan Drezner as they talk through The Expanse Season 4, Episode 9. Tune in to learn about the latest happenings on Ilus and hear Ana and Dan delve into who or what Proto-Miller really is.
Join host Ana Marie Cox and political scientist Dan Drezner as they talk through Season 4 Episode 8 of Amazon's The Expanse. Tune in to hear about how to campaign for elections in space and Holden's new position of power on Ilus.
Host Ana Marie Cox is joined by political scientist Dan Drezner to talk about The Expanse Season 4, Episode 7.
Host Ana Marie Cox is joined by political scientist Dan Drezner to talk through Amazon's The Expanse Season 4, Episode 6: "Displacement." Tune in to hear Ana talk about Eureka moments and Dan talk about high school social psychology... and of course they'll touch on tensions with the Belt and mishaps on Ilus.…
Join host Ana Marie Cox as she and political scientist Dan Drezner talk through Episode 5 of Amazon's The Expanse's fourth season. Tune in to hear about Holden coming clean regarding a secret and an emergency on the Roci.
Host Ana Marie Cox is joined by political scientist Dan Drezner to talk through Amazon's The Expanse's fourth episode of its fourth season, Retrograde. Tune in to hear them talk about game theory, and how political polls could be done in the universe of The Expanse.
Host Ana Marie Cox is joined by political scientist Dan Drezner to talk through "Subduction", Episode 3 of Amazon Prime's The Expanse's fourth season. Tune in to hear all about Bobbie's quest to find a missing person on Mars and Naomi's struggle on the planet.
Professor Desireé Cotto Figueroa tells us about her research into the strength of meteorites. This research helps scientists understand the hazards from asteroids, and also will help engineers design asteroid-visiting spacecraft.
Host Ana Marie Cox is joined by Dan Drezner to recap and discuss Amazon's The Expanse Season 4, Episode 2: "Jetsam." Tune in to hear all about a mission to mars and the rising tensions amongst the Belters.
Host Ana Marie Cox is joined by political scientist Dan Drezner to talk through the plot of season four episode one of Amazon's The Expanse. Tune in to hear all about new worlds and New Terra.
Dr. Scott Sheppard tells us about the two most distant objects ever observed in the solar system. He describes the clever techniques he and his collaborators used to spot these objects, and explains why he is searching for an undiscovered planet.
Ana Marie Cox is joined by Cas Anvar and Dominique Tipper who play Alex Kamal and Naomi Nagata respectively on Amazon's The Expanse. They talk about The Expanse, race, class and even a touch a bit on politics off the set.
Host Ana Marie Cox is joined by one of The Expanse's producers Naren Shankar to talk about where the show has been and where it is going.
Host Ana Marie Cox is joined by Steven Strait who plays Jim Holden in Amazon's The Expanse. Together they talk about Jim's choices, self awareness, and his role as the reluctant hero finding his place.
Host Ana Marie Cox sits down with Wes Chatham who plays Amos in Amazon's The Expanse. They talk about Amos as a character and his potential for growth and about the work that went on behind the scenes that allowed Wes to help bring Amos to life.