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 | October 26th, 2017 | Season 1 | 6 mins 10 secs
fred haise, nasa history, shuttle, space shuttle, space shuttle enterprise, test flight, the enterprise
Today's episode was a fun one to research and record. You can also check out a slightly shorter version at Medium.com, link in the show notes.
Episode | August 12th, 2017 | Season 1 | 8 mins 14 secs
earth orbit, edwards, edwards air force base, enterprise, fred haise, history, history podcast, jefferies tube, landing, landing tests, matt jefferies, nasa, pop culture podcast, scifi history, scifi podcast, space, space history, space history podcast, space podcast, space podcasting, space shot, space shuttle, space shuttle enterprise, space shuttle naming, star trek, star trek enterprise, star trek history, star trek podcast, starships, the space shot, uss enterprise, wwii
Space, the final audio frontier. These are the episodes of The Space Shot podcast. It's daily mission: to explore strange new topics, to seek out new history and fun sci-fi factoids, to boldly go where no podcast has gone before.