NASACast: This Week @NASA Audio 12 Oct 2018, 18:56 UTC Soyuz crew is safe following a launch anomaly … Another major hurricane seen from space … And testing continues for the rocket engine that will power us to deep space … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA!
SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
80: Another Lander Touches Down on the Asteroid Ryugu - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 21 Episode 8011 Oct 2018, 04:40 UTC Another lander touches down on the asteroid RyuguJapan’s Hyabusa2 spacecraft has successfully deployed a third lander-rover onto the rugged boulder-strewn surface of the asteroid Ryugu -- located some 300 million kilometres from Earth.
The Planetary Society Radio Podcast 10 Oct 2018, 15:00 UTC Happy Astronomy Day, October 13, 2018! We salute humankind’s long history of stargazing by checking in on what will be our planet’s largest telescope. Patrick McCarthy is an astronomer and a leader of the Giant Magellan Telescope project. He returns with a report on the instrument’s status, followed by a fascinating tour of the GMT facility. The MASCOT spacecraft has successfully completed its brief mission at asteroid Ryugu. Emily Lakdawalla provides an overview. And the space trivia contest has returned to What’s Up. See pics of our GMT visit and learn much more at: http://www.planetary.org/multimedia/planetary-radio/show/2018/1010-2018-patrick-mccarthy-gmt.html
Naked Astronomy 9 Oct 2018, 23:00 UTC Astronaut Paolo Nespoli joins Space Boffins Sue Nelson and Richard Hollingham for a podcast special recorded at the European Space Agency's ESTEC facility in The Netherlands during their Open Day. Thousands of people travel from across Europe and beyond to see where the European Space Agency tests its spacecraft before launch and the birthplace of many of its science missions. Joining the ever entertaining Nespoli on the Space Rocks stage is space debris expert Luisa Innocenti, head of ESA's Clean Space Office, on better alternatives for spacecraft materials plus trainee aerospace engineer Marta de Oliveira, who is working on a proposed future mission to Venus called EnVision.
StarDate Online 8 Oct 2018, 05:00 UTC An unpredictable meteor shower should be at its best tonight. It could even produce a rare outburst, with hundreds or more “shooting stars.”
NASACast Audio 5 Oct 2018, 14:00 UTC NASA astronaut Tyler "Nick" Hague and his wife, Lieutenant Colonel Catie Hague, talk about Nick’s journey to becoming an astronaut, his education, and his time in the U.S Air Force. The couple discusses how their family is prepared for the journey ahead. This episode was recorded on June 29th, 2018.