Episode | October 31st, 2019 | Season 3 | 19 mins 42 secs
astronaut, astronauts, challenger, dutch astronaut, expedition 1, explorer 8, john glenn, llrv, lltv, mariner 10, nasa, nasa history, nasa podcast, neil armstrong, space, space history, space history podcast, space podcast, space shuttle, sts 61a, sts 66, sts 95, sts-61a, sts-66, sts-95
The week in space history for October 28th to November 3rd. I'm still working through some computer issues. I think I've narrowed things down to a faulty keyboard cable on my laptop that I'm repairing this weekend. I'm still unable to record directly on my Mac, so I'm going through a few extra steps to record podcasts right now. Bear with me as I work through these technical issues.
Episode | October 25th, 2019 | Season 3 | 17 mins 17 secs
apollo, apollo 7, approach and landing tests, astronauts, cold war, cold war history, deep space 1, enterprise, history, ion engine, jfk, jfk nixon debate, john c stennis space center, lageos, lageos ii, missile gap, mississippi test facility, nasa history, nedelin catastrophe, nixon, pamela melroy, peggy whitson, shuttle approach and landing tests, shuttle enterprise, space history, space shuttle, space shuttle enterprise, sts 120, sts 52, sts-120, sts-52, uss enterprise
The week in space history for October 21st to the 27th. Apologies for the delay in getting this out. I had some computer difficulties, the joys of an aging laptop, which put me behind.
Episode | April 12th, 2018 | Season 1 | 7 mins 27 secs
astronauts, cosmonauts, first flight, gagarin, historical, history, john young, orbital, orbital spaceflight, parachute, r7, robert crippen, russia, shuttle flight, space history, space podcast, space podcasts, space race, space shuttle, sts1, vostok, vostok 1, yuri gagarin
Apologies for how I sound today, my allergies are epically bad today. We've got some massive space history milestones, so check out today's episode!
Episode | April 9th, 2018 | Season 1 | 12 mins 58 secs
alan shepard, astronaut group 1, astronauts, crewed spaceflight, deke slayton, gordon cooper, gus grissom, human spaceflight, john glenn, mercury, mercury seven, nasa history, press conference, project mercury, scott carpenter, space podcast, space podcasts, space race, wally schirra
Happy Monday everyone! Check out today's episode for some cool historical audio :)
Episode | December 5th, 2017 | Season 1 | 6 mins 12 secs
astronauts, mark kelly, opinion, orbiter, scott kelly, shuttle, shuttle history, space shuttle, the space shuttle
Today's episode was another live one from the Cosmosphere! Download today's episode and check it out!
Episode | November 16th, 2017 | Season 1 | 6 mins 31 secs
astronauts, atlantis, dogs, jfk, russia, space shuttle, sts
Mr. Tim decided to jump into the podcast at closing today to say hi, I hope you don't mind :)
Episode | August 10th, 2017 | Season 1 | 4 mins 37 secs
astronaut food, astronauts, expedition 44, expedition 45, growing food, international space station, iss, jaxa, lettuce, mars, nasa, space, space food, space lettuce, space shot, spaceflight, the space shot
We are almost a week away from the Great American Eclipse! That day will also be the 99th episode of The Space Shot, so I'd love if every one of my listeners could help spread the word.
Episode | June 7th, 2017 | Season 1 | 6 mins 18 secs
apollo telescope mount, astronauts, nasa, national space council, pence, skylab, solar observatory, spectroscopy, telesc
The 2017 NASA Astronaut Candidates were announced today at a ceremony at Johnson Space Center! The main part of the show is about Joseph von Fraunhofer, a scientist that produced exceptionally well crafted optical glass, and who also created the first spectroscope. I would love if you could subscribe and share the podcast today!