Archive for December 2016

Final Launch Countdown of 2016 – SpacePod 12/24/16

This week, Space Mike’s final SpacePod of 2016 focuses on the remaining launches taking place before year end, and some predictions about next year. 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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3D-Printed Habitat Challenge

For our last show of 2017 we are joied by Eric Reiners of Caterpillar Inc and Dr. Pelin Gultekin-Bicer with Bradley University, Peoria, IL talking about the NASA Centennial 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge. When we start to colonize the solar system we likely won’t bring our homes with us. 3D-Printed habs are likely the way we…

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7 ways space can change your life – Space Pod 12/14/16

NASA has just released their Spinoff 2017 report listing how space technology can help people HERE on Earth. Lisa Stojanovski walks you through her top 7 space spinoffs making the world a better place. TMRO Space Pods are crowd funded shows. If you like this episode consider contributing to help us to continue to improve.…

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Space World Educational Game

Justin Park of Intergalactic Education comes on to talk about a new space related game, Space World. Already far in development, Space World uses real-life space situations to help educate.

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GLXP 2016 Updates – SpacePod 12/7/16

This week, Space Mike talks about the Google Lunar X Prize and the teams that are securing a verified launch contract in order to stay in the race past the end of this year. TMRO Space Pods are crowd funded shows. If you like this episode consider contributing to help us to continue to improve.…

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Favorite space moments of 2016

We take a look back at our favorite space moments of 2016 and what we’re excited about in 2017. End up in a pretty epic debate about how one defines who is launching a rocket. Country or manufacutre? Country of launch? Country of operations? Ahk, so many options!

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