Archive for October 2016

The future market of Small Sats

This week we talk with Emory Stagmer about small satellites, what they mean to the industry, some of the issues holding them back today and what Northrup Grumman is doing to help bring reliability and sustainability to the small sat market.

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Shenzhou 11 and Tiangong 2 – SpacePod 10/19/16

This week, Space Mike covers the launch of Shenzhou 11 and the successful docking with Tiangong 2, beginning a 33 day Chinese human spaceflight mission. TMRO Space Pods are crowd funded shows. If you like this episode consider contributing to help us to continue to improve. Head over to http://www.patreon.com/spacepod for information, goals and reward…

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The beautiful data of rocket launches

We are joined by Declan Murphy of http://www.flightclub.io — Flight club is an innovative and nerdy way to look at rocket launch data to understand where the rocket is and the different characteristics of its flight.

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Cygnus carries cool cargo to Station – Space Pod 10/12/16

This week Lisa Stojanovski investigates the cargo onboard the next Cygnus to fly – including two Spire Cubesats, Cool Flames, and brand new lights. TMRO Space Pods are crowd funded shows. If you like this episode consider contributing to help us to continue to improve. Head over to http://www.patreon.com/spacepod for information, goals and reward levels.…

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The Everyday Astronaut

We have an in-studio interview with Tim Dodd talking about his character the Everyday Astronaut. Tim puts the Art in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and has an inspiring series with Everyday Astronaut. You can follow Tim on twitter @Erdayastronaut, Instagram @everydayastronaut or via his website at timdoddphotography.com.

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The SpaceX Interplanetary Transport System

This week we had big news so we made a big show. All of the TMRO correspondents are in studio to talk about the SpaceX Interplanetary Transport System. What we do know, what we don’t know. This is still a developing plan, so please leave your comments below on what you think!

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