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August 20, 2017

Searching for Skylab – Orbit 10.30

Dwight Steven-Boniecki joins us to talk about his upcoming documentary, “Searching for Skylab”. We cover some amazing things about the Skylab Space Station and mission that you may not have known before. And the conversation continues in After Dark! (more…)
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August 13, 2017

2017 Solar Eclipse – Orbit 10.29

Dr. Madhulika (Lika) Guhathakurta, NASA’s Lead Scientist for the 2017 Solar Eclipse joins us to talk about the upcoming eclipse, the Sun and solar weather. For more information on the eclipse and information on how you can do citizen science head over to NASA’s eclipse website at eclipse2017.nasa.gov (more…)
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August 6, 2017

Suborbital Round Table – Orbit 10.28

We talk a lot about orbital spaceflight. Going to Mars. Back to the Moon. But what about the up and coming Suborbital space flight industry? This week we have a round table talking about the past, present and possible future of Suborbital space flight. (more…)
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July 30, 2017

The Space Launch System Roundtable – Orbit 10.27

Our long awaited Space Launch System or SLS roundtable discussion has arrived! Benjamin, Mike, Jared and Cariann all talk about NASA’s new super heavy lift rocket, its merits and faults. (more…)
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July 23, 2017

Our first look at CubeCab – Orbit 10.26

CubeCab CEO Adrian Tymes joins us to talk about their plans to create a small sat launcher and the new deal struck to launch 1000 picosats with ThumbSat. (more…)
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July 17, 2017

The Art of Space Outreach – Orbit 10.25

We are joined by Athena Brensberger, science communicator, astrophysics blogger. space science YouTuber and international model to talk about the art of Space Outreach. Lisa flew in from Australia for this one and boy did we put her to work! (more…)
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July 2, 2017

The History of Future Space – Orbit 10.24

Jim Cantrell, CEO of Vector Space Systems joins us again to talk about the history of New Space, its origins and where we are now. We also talk a bit about Vector and its agressive plan to launch more times in one year than the rest of the world combined. (more…)
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Orbit 10TMRO:Space
June 25, 2017

KubOS, An Operating System for CubeSats – Orbit 10.23

KubOS, An Operating System for CubeSats - Orbit 10.23 Marshall Culpepper the CEO & Co-founder of KubOS joins us to talk about their operating system for CubeSats and how they are helping to spur the growth of the CubeSat market. (more…)
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June 18, 2017

The intersection of art, science and space – Orbit 10.22

Estevan Guzman one of the Astronomical Illustrator / Animators at Griffith Observatory joins us to talk about cosmic art created by science and its impact on the industry. (more…)
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June 11, 2017

Fight For Space – Orbit 10.21

Fight For Space director Paul Hildebrandt joins us to talk about his documentary about the US Space Program and how we lost our way from Apollo to Shuttle to today. You can watch the documentary at http://www.fightforspace.com (more…)
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June 5, 2017

Paving the way to the Moon – Orbit 10.20

CEO of WayPaver Foundation Michael Mealling joins us to talk about what they are doing to remove obstacles in the way of lunar exploration and settlement. (more…)
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May 21, 2017

A look at ISS Above – Orbit 10.19

Liam Kennedy, the creator of ISSAbove joins us on-station to talk about how simply knowing when to look up can have a huge impact on our ability to inspire. (more…)
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May 14, 2017

The Fit Rocket Scientist talks Europa – Orbit 10.18

Kevin DeBruin of fitrocketscientist.com joins us to talk about the upcoming NASA missions to the Jovian moon Europa. We also dive a bit into science outreach and how to best communicate your excitement for space to others. (more…)
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May 7, 2017

Space law at the United Nations – Orbit 10.17

Our planetary communications system was on the fritz this episode and the Earth based interview had some serious connection issues. We have opted to leave the interview intact as-aired but encourage you to hit up https://thomascheneyblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/07/space-law-at-the-un/ for more information on Space Law at the United Nations. (more…)
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April 30, 2017

A new way to orient spacecraft: Reaction Spheres – Orbit 10.16

Emory Stagmer joins us once again to talk about his patented invention: Reaction Spheres. This is a new way to orient spacecrafts beyond using traditional reaction wheels. (more…)
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April 23, 2017

TMRO:Space – Cassini’s Grand Finale – Orbit 10.15

Lisa Tatge, Subsystem Engineer on the Spacecraft Operations Team for the Cassini Mission to Saturn joins us for an incredible interview about the Cassini mission and it's upcoming Grand Finale. (more…)
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April 17, 2017

The small Ion thruster that could change space travel – Orbit 10.14

Natalya Bailey the Founder & CEO of Accion Systems joins us to talk about their very small yet incredibly powerful take on Ion thrusters. As these get closer to their theoretical maximum thrust, just a couple of the tiny units could perform all of the ISS station keeping needs! Or even send humans to Mars! (more…)
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April 2, 2017

Suborbital is just the first step – Orbit 10.13

CEO of Virgin Galactic and Virgin Orbit joins to talk about their plans for suborbital flights, orbital payloads and touches on point to point travel around the planet. (more…)
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March 26, 2017

The World Space Party – Orbit 10.12

Cariann talks to Loretta Hidalgo Whitesides, Co-founder of Yuri’s Night, and host of Yuri’s Night L.A. (more…)
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March 19, 2017

Toroids are doughnuts with OIIOO – Orbit 10.11

Cariann talks to José Mariano López-Urdiales, CEO of Zero 2 Infinity (OIIOO) about their recent rocket launch success from a high-altitude balloon. (more…)
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March 12, 2017

JPL is creating the coldest place in the known Universe – Orbit 10.10

Dr. Anita Sengupta, Project Manager, JPL Cold Atom Laboratory joins us to talk about their experiment being sent to the International Space Station. We cover why creating the coldest point in the universe could be the key to unlocking the mysteries of quantum mechanics. (more…)
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March 5, 2017

“It’s about the people…” An interview with Tory Bruno of ULA – Orbit 10.09

Tory Bruno the CEO of United Launch Alliance joins us to talk about the future of humans in space. The new Vulcan rocket, ACES upper stage and CisLunar 1000 are just a few of the topic we cover. Tory lays out an amazing vision with thousands of humans living and working in space. (more…)
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Orbit 10TMRO:Space
February 26, 2017

Storytime with Cariann – Orbit 10.08

Chris Radcliff joins us in studio to put a spin on our interviews. Chris talks to Cariann about her history in space, why she enjoys the cosmos and the work she has done at SpaceUp. In Space News: * Falcon 9 and Soyuz-U launches * Dragon berths with the International Space Station * Russian Progress Docks with the International Space Station * Seven Earth-sized planets found * RS-25 Tested for Space Launch System * NASA’s Juno spacecraft to remain in current orbit around Jupiter TMRO:Space is a crowd funded show. If you like this episode consider contributing to help us to continue to improve. Head over to http://www.patreon.com/tmro for information, goals and reward levels. Don't forget to check out our SpacePod campaign as well over at http://www.patreon.com/spacepod
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Orbit 10TMRO:Space
February 19, 2017

Erday Astronauting – Orbit 10.07

We bring back Tim Dodd the Everyday Astronaut to talk about Science, Technology Engineering, Art and Math as well as how he works to inspire youth. In Space News: * Planet (not Labs anymore) Satellite deployments - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IE1Q9JvQUM * List of Landing Sites for Next Mars Rover Narrowed * Small Satellite Rocket Booster Arrives at New Zealand's First Launch Site * Group Effort Finds More Than 100 Exoplanet * CubeCab looking to launch small sats * NRO Payload Mounted For West Coast Launch TMRO:Space is a crowd funded show. If you like this episode consider contributing to help us to continue to improve. Head over to http://www.patreon.com/tmro for information, goals and reward levels. Don't forget to check out our SpacePod campaign as well over at http://www.patreon.com/spacepod
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February 12, 2017

A Dial Tone in Space – Orbit 10.06

Ralph Ewig the CEO Audacy joins us to talk about space based communication for satellites and spacecraft and why it is important for the future of human exploration of the cosmos. (more…)
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February 6, 2017

The impossible space thruster may be possible – Orbit 10.05

The physics defying EmDrive returns to the show! Dave Distler gives us a quick refresher on what the EmDrive is, changes since last year and a bit about its peer review process. (more…)
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February 3, 2017

Life at NASA – Orbit 10.04

Former Deputy Chief Technologist of NASA Jim Adams joins us to talk about his life at NASA and amazing stories of the missions and technology he worked on. We didn’t want to stop the stories, so this is a loooong episode, but well worth every moment! (more…)
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January 24, 2017

Going back to the moon right this time – Orbit 10.03

Jared has a live interview with Dennis Wingo talking about his recent article, “GETTING GOING BACK TO THE MOON RIGHT THIS TIME.” (more…)
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January 17, 2017

International Space University

Cariann has a live interview with TMRO’s own Lisa Stojanovski talking about International Space University. What’s a typical day look like? What are the types of activities available to do while at ISU? And what is Lisa’s favorite thing about space? In Space News: Planet and Terra Bella may merge Moon Express fully funded for Google Lunar X Prize bid Station Astronauts Complete 2nd Battery Swap Spacewalk Planet Earth observed through telescope orbiting Mars Progress MS-04 failure investigation ends TMRO:Space is a crowd funded show. If you like this episode consider contributing to help us to continue to improve. Head over to http://www.patreon.com/tmro for information, goals and reward levels. Don't forget to check out our SpacePod campaign as well over at http://www.patreon.com/spacepod
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January 8, 2017

Discovering our Universe

For our first show of 2017 we bring on Fraser Cain of UniverseToday.com to talk the importance of Astronomy. We also look at ways to help engage your non-space geek friends. You can find Fraser’s work at UniverseToday.com, AstronomyCast.com and contribute to their community via Patreon at patreon.com/universetoday (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
December 18, 2016

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 will live both out in space and here at home. (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
December 11, 2016

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. (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
December 4, 2016

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! (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
November 30, 2016

Low Earth Orbit Airships

We are joined by John Powell, founder of JPAerospace. 6 years ago we interviewed John on Spacevidcast (now TMRO) and it is fun to see the progress since then. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7LQuVfDwFQ John has an interesting idea for what could be one of the safest ways to get humans to Low Earth Orbit. If he can get balloons moving fast enough! (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
November 13, 2016

What will Trump’s Space Policy Look Like

We are joined live by Jeff Foust, senior editor at SpaceNews.com to talk about what the incoming President-elect's space policy is shaping up to be. We wanted to talk space policy as any new incoming president can have huge changes on the direction NASA takes. Emotions are high right now and we just ask that comments remain civil. (more…)
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November 6, 2016

Vector Space Systems

This week we interview Jim Cantrell, CEO of Vector Space Systems. Jim is a well known entrepreneur and expert in space systems and has 30 years of experience in the aerospace and high technology industries. (more…)
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October 30, 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. (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
October 23, 2016

Masten Space Systems XS-1 and MXP-351 – 9.36

This week we bring on the CTO of Masten Space Systems, Dave Masten. Dave talks about what has been happening with the XS-1 DARPA program as well as his new safer, green Hypergolic fuel. (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
October 16, 2016

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. (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
October 9, 2016

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. (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
October 2, 2016

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! (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
September 30, 2016

Create your own Martian Garden

We are joined by Mark Cusimano from The Martian Garden -- We discuss what Martian Regolith is and how you can use simulated Martian Regolith to create your own Mars garden! (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
September 11, 2016

Generation Orbit

A.J. Piplica the Chief Operating Officer of Generation Orbit joins us to talk about their plans for small sat launchers and next generation cargo transit around the world. (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
September 4, 2016

Would you go to space in a Capsule or Space Plane?

This week we examine the different Space Planes coming on the scene. Orbital planes such as Skylon and sub-orbital planes such as SpaceShipTwo. We ask you, would you want to go in to space in a Capsule or a Space Plane? (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
August 28, 2016

NASA’s Lunar Flashlight

Dr. Barbara Cohen leads the planetary science group at the Marshall Space Flight Center. Currently, Dr. Cohen is a Principal Investigator on multiple NASA Science Mission Directorate projects and is a Co-Investigator on several spacecraft and instrument proposal teams, including the Mars Exploration Rovers (Opportunity) and Mars Science Laboratory (Curiosity). She is the Principal Investigator for the Lunar Flashlight mission, which will send a cubesat to the Moon in 2018 to search for water ice frost. (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
August 21, 2016

Daniel Faber, Deep Space Industries

Deep Space Industries is an asteroid mining company, changing the economics of the space industry by providing the technical resources, capabilities and system integration required to prospect for, harvest, process, manufacture and market in-space resources. These resources, found on easily accessible near Earth asteroids, will provide unlimited energy and supplies for a growing space economy. We are joined by DSI CEO Daniel Faber to talk about the new space economy and how mining asteroids can change the ay we explore the cosmos. (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
August 16, 2016

Small Sats

TMRO Returns in our new studio space, Station Two Zero Four! It doesn't look like much yet, but we have big and exciting plans! THANK YOU citizens for helping make this happen, exciting times ahead! In this episode we talk about Small Sats. What are they? Why does the industry care and what is the future of Small Sats in space? (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
June 26, 2016

Extending the ISS to 2024 – #ISS2024

In our final episode before our July hiatus we look at the International Space Station and the desire to extend its life to 2024. While many ISS partners are on board with extending its life, ESA has not yet committed. What does this mean for the future of station? (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
June 19, 2016

Is Blue Origin planning something big? – #Player2HasJoined

For the first time Blue Origin will be webcasting one of their experimental vehicle launches. This got us to thinking, what have they been working on in the past and what does that mean for the future of Blue Origin? Will they be heading to the Moon? Mars? Or just playing catchup to SpaceX? To be clear, this is all speculation and guesses. What do you think? (more…)
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Season 9TMRO:Space
June 13, 2016

Large Dangerous Rocket Ships 35

This week we try something new and have Jared Head out at Large Dangerous Rocket Ships or LDRS35. Unfortunately bandwidth wasn't behaving and some sections of the interview are hard to hear. We have opted to leave it all in place and will work on adding closed captioning to help. (more…)
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