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Houston We Have a Podcast: After His Year in Space por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Houston We Have a Podcast: After His Year in Space On Episode 245, Mark Vande Hei reflects on his recent 355 days in space.

Orbital Debris por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Orbital Debris On Episode 221, Mark Matney and Jim Cooney describe the science of orbital debris and the details behind the shielding and avoidance maneuvers of the International Space Station.

Eye to the Earth por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Eye to the Earth On Episode 218, Kay Taylor describes an experiment on board the space station that allows middle school students to remotely photograph the Earth.

Breath of the Earth por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Breath of the Earth On Episode 216, Annmarie Eldering describes an experiment on the International Space Station that is gathering data on carbon dioxide around the globe.

Taking the Temperature of Earth por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Taking the Temperature of Earth On Episode 213, Kerry Cawse-Nicholson from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory describes the ECOSTRESS experiment aboard the space station that is looking at the Earth to map temperature in plants, urban areas, wildfires and more.

Station Solar Arrays por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Station Solar Arrays On Episode 211, Mike Salopek goes in depth on the International Space Station’s power systems and the new solar array technology that will continue to power experiments and modules for years to come.

Gateway to Partnerships por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Gateway to Partnerships On Episode 207, Sean Fuller, international partner manager of the Gateway program, shares how the successful model of international cooperation and commercial partnerships in the International Space Station program is being used to build an orbiting platform around the Moon.

Citizen Science on Station por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Citizen Science on Station On Episode 201, Sarah Smith, a NASA intern, interviews students who were recently selected to fly their experiments to the International Space Station as part of the program under NASA’s STEM on Station initiative called Student Payload Opportunity with Citizen Science, or SPOCS.

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.

Trailblazing International Partnerships por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Trailblazing International Partnerships On Episode 195, NASA’s International Space Station program manager Joel Montalbano gathers with leaders from partner space agencies during a panel to discuss the importance and evolution of the international partnership and collaboration that has enabled more than 20 years of continuous human presence aboard the orbiting laboratory.

The Next One-Year Missions por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet The Next One-Year Missions On Episode 186, Cherie Oubre, Steve Platts, and Nikki Schwanbeck, expert human researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, discuss CIPHER, a complement of research protocols that investigates multiple aspects of the human body over varied durations of human space missions.

Spaceborne Computing por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Spaceborne Computing On Episode 183, Mark Fernandez, principal investigator for the Spaceborne Computer-2, details the experiment on the International Space Station that will further test the capabilities of in-space computing which may help humans explore deeper into space.

Commercial Airlock por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Commercial Airlock On Episode 179, Brock Howe, Bishop Airlock program manager at Nanoracks, details the history, design, and capabilities of the permanent commercial module that is now attached to the International Space Station.

International Trailblazer por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet International Trailblazer On Episode 178, Sergei Krikalev, cosmonaut and flight engineer of Expedition 1, the first long-duration mission to the International Space Station, recounts the 20th anniversary of this mission and a career of fostering international collaboration.

Plants In Space por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Plants In Space On Episode 172, botany experts Gioia Massa and Anna-Lisa Paul discuss how plants in space and the research being conducted on the International Space Station are key to the future of sustainable human space exploration.

Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Space Station Complexity por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Space Station Complexity International Space Station Flight Director Royce Renfrew discusses the complexity of the orbiting laboratory as NASA counts up to 20 years of continuous human presence in space.

Expedition 1 por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Expedition 1 On Episode 168, Bill Shepherd, former NASA astronaut and commander of Expedition 1, recounts the historic mission that started the International Space Station’s unbroken streak of continuous human presence in space.

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.

Astronaut And Microbiologist por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Astronaut And Microbiologist On Episode 165, Kate Rubins, NASA astronaut and flight engineer for the upcoming Expedition 64 mission on the International Space Station, details her passion for science, and her previous experience on the station, and her anticipation of conducting more research in microgravity.

Connect During Social Isolation por NASA

Por NASA Podcast #Recomendado Tweet Connect During Social Isolation On Episode 162, Dr. Tom Williams, element scientist for human factors and behavioral performance in the Human Research Program at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, details a reminder called CONNECT and how it not only benefits astronauts in space but those on terra firma here on Earth.

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