Episode | July 3rd, 2023 | Season 5 | 47 mins 57 secs
david hitt, emily carney, john mulnix, nasa, skylab, space exploration, space history
Enjoy this encore presentation of the Coffee at the Cosmo. Join us for a Coffee at the Cosmo conversation celebrating the 50th anniversary of Skylab, America's first space station.
Episode | June 4th, 2023 | Season 5 | 41 mins 12 secs
gemini 4, gemini 4 audio, gemini 4 podcast, gemini iv, gemini iv podcast, meredith bagby, mission audio, nasa, nasa historical audio, nasa history, nasa mission audio, project gemini, project gemini nasa, the new guys
In this episode, we catch up on life and what I've been reading/doing the past few months, then we climb into a Gemini capsule to listen to mission audio from Gemini 4. Enjoy!
Episode | September 9th, 2020 | Season 3 | 26 mins 12 secs
melissa ugelow, nasa, ocean worlds, planetary science, stem education, titan
Last week I had the opportunity to speak with Melissa Ugelow about her work on Titan, so download this episode and learn about some of the incredible work being done to explore the moons in our outer solar system.
Episode | April 11th, 2020 | Season 3 | 49 mins 3 secs
apollo, apollo 13, apollo 13 50th anniversary, apollo 50, apollo 50th, apollo program, failure is not an option, mission control, nasa, nasa history, space, space exploration, space history, space race
Part 1 of the Apollo 13 resources and history series. Check out the show notes for a ton of links and resources!
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 | August 4th, 2019 | Season 3 | 49 mins 1 sec
apollo, apollo 11, apollo 11 50th, apollo 13, apollo 50, apollo 50th, artemis, cold war, gemini, history, luna, mercury, moon, moon landing, nasa, nasa apollo, nasa artemis, nasa history, space, space history, space race
From Apollo to Artemis and Beyond. In this episode, you'll hear my presentation I gave a few weeks ago. I covered space history, from before the Apollo program, up to present-day initiatives.
Episode | July 18th, 2019 | Season 3 | 21 mins 52 secs
apollo, apollo 11, apollo 50, flight controller, go flight, johnson space center, jsc, milt heflin, mission control, mocr, mocr 2, nasa, nasa flight controller, nasa history, nasa mission control, nasa podcast, oral history, rick houston, space history, space podcast
In this special edition of the Cosmosphere Podcast we hear from author Rick Houston about the book that he co-authored. It's called "Go, Flight! The Unsung Heroes of Mission Control."
Episode | July 18th, 2019 | Season 3 | 41 mins 58 secs
apollo, apollo 11, apollo 11 50th, cosmosphere, cosmosphere podcast, flight controller, history podcast, houston, jim remar, johnson space center, jsc, mission control, mocr, nasa, nasa history, sarah lamm, space, space history, space podcast
Check out Episode 17 of the Cosmosphere Podcast. This month we hear from the Cosmosphere CEO and President Jim Remar. He gives us an update on the completed MOCR restoration. We also talked with Sarah Lamm, a graduate student, science communicator, and Solar System Ambassador about her work. You'll also hear from Carla about what's up at the Cosmosphere this summer.
Episode | July 18th, 2019 | Season 3 | 58 mins 12 secs
apollo, apollo 11, apollo 11 50th, apollo 50, flight controller, flight director, gene kranz, history podcast, houston, johnson space center, jsc, mission control, nasa, nasa mission control, nasa podcast, space podcast
In today's episode you’ll hear from Gene Kranz. He was speaking at the Wings Over the Rockies Museum for an Apollo 11 pre-launch breakfast.
Episode | April 10th, 2019 | Season 2 | 38 mins 43 secs
astroscale, astroscale space debris, chris blackerby, colorado aerospace, japan, nasa, orbit, orbital debris, orbits, satellite, satellites, space policy, sustainability