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Houston We Have a Podcast: Learning To Fly por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Houston We Have a Podcast: Learning To Fly On Episode 262, NASA Astronaut Frank Rubio joined us from the International Space Station to talk about his recent launch into space and his first days on station.

The Astronaut Schedulers por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet The Astronaut Schedulers On Episode 196, Alicia Robinson and Crystal Larsen, increment training integrators at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, break down the intricate coordination needed to prepare astronauts for launch from the moment they are assigned to a mission.

First Space Shuttle Flight: First Space Shuttle Flight: Astronaut Bob Crippen on the Legacy of STS-1 por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet First Space Shuttle Flight: First Space Shuttle Flight: Astronaut Bob Crippen on the Legacy of STS-1 Bob Crippen was a rookie astronaut in 1978 when NASA assigned him and veteran astronaut John Young to train for the very first space shuttle flight. In this episode for the 40th anniversary of STS-1, Crippen reflects on the mission and shuttle Columbia.

The Science Of Teams por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet The Science Of Teams On Episode 175, team science experts Noshir Contractor, Suzanne Bell, and Leslie DeChurch discuss team composition research at NASA and the role teams play in human spaceflight and space exploration.

Season 3, Episode 1 - An Astronaut's View of Earth por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Season 3, Episode 1 - An Astronaut's View of Earth You might think you know Earth, but astronaut’s views from outer space help us see our world in a whole new light.

Crew-1: The Astronauts por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Crew-1: The Astronauts On Episode 166, Mike Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker, and Soichi Noguchi are NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 astronauts headed to the International Space Station for the first crew rotation flight on a U.S. commercial spacecraft. They share stories of their families, careers, training, and their upcoming mission.

Artemis Moon Tools por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Artemis Moon Tools On Episode 155, Trevor Graff and Adam Naids, Project Manager for exploration science and Deputy Project Manager for Artemis geology tools, respectively, share their expertise on the tools needed for the Moon’s unique terrain when we visit our neighboring satellite during Artemis missions.

Neutral Buoyancy por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Neutral Buoyancy On Episode 146, Kristie Melass and Jim Fuderer, Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory divers, describe life as part of the underwater diving teams that help astronauts train for spacewalks.

The Astronaut Training Pool por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet The Astronaut Training Pool Before astronauts head to space, they have to dive into the Neutral Buoyancy Lab. Take a swim in NASA's underwater training ground with astronaut Nick Hague. Listen and Subscribe: nasa.gov/curiousuniverse

Space Radiation por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Space Radiation On Episode 128 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.

Making It Work in Space por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Making It Work in Space On Episode 127 Dr. 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. This episode was recorded on November 18, 2019.

Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer: The Spacewalks por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer: The Spacewalks For Episode 118, Tara Jochim and Brian Mader talk about a unique and difficult set of spacewalks to repair an experiment called the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer. The two discuss the work that has been done so far to prepare for these spacewalks and what the teams will be doing to execute these complicated maneuvers. This episode was recorded on October 9th, 2019.

Overview Effect por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Overview Effect For Episode 107 space philosopher Frank White discusses the impact of looking down at the whole Earth from above, and how it can create a shift in the way astronauts view and think about the Earth and life.

Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Astronaut Training por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Astronaut Training NASA Astronaut Candidate Woody Hoburg discusses his experiences as the 2017 NASA Astronaut Class approaches the two-year mark of extensive training for space travel.

Apollo 1 Fire por NASA

Por NASA #Recomendado Tweet Apollo 1 Fire Expert guests from the Apollo program reveal more behind the challenges faced to successfully land humans on the Moon in less than three years after the tragic Apollo 1 fire. http://bit.ly/2TEdYIB via IFTTT

Apollo 8: Part 1 por NASA

Por NASA #Recomendado Tweet Apollo 8: Part 1 On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 8 launch, resident historian Dr. Jennifer Ross-Nazzal recounts one of the most significant missions in human spaceflight history, featuring interviews with Apollo 8 astronauts Frank Borman and Bill Anders. http://bit.ly/2EA3HIO via IFTTT

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