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  • Train Like an Astronaut
    NASA
    59:00
    Science
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    In Episode 131, Kathy Bolt, chief training officer and capcom, gives us a peek inside the world of training as an astronaut, how it has evolved, and how we are training our astronauts for future missions.

  • Mission Patches
    NASA
    50:53
    Science
    1,350

    For Episode 130, Sean Collins, lead graphic designer at NASA's Johnson Space Center, discusses the history, design and symbolism that goes into creating the iconic NASA mission patches.

  • Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Interdisciplinary Interactions
    NASA
    35:50
    Science
    897

    Anna McGowan, NASA’s Senior Engineer for Complex Systems Design, discusses the impact of interdisciplinary interactions on mission success.​

  • Art and Spaceflight
    NASA
    55:02
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    On Episode 129 retired astronaut Nicole Stott, an artist who uses painting to express the feelings and emotions she experienced on station, talks about her spaceflight experience and the importance of art as a form of expression and inspiration.

  • The Invisible Network: Bonus Content - NASA Historian Bill Barry
    NASA
    22:20
    Science
    304

    At its core the NASA History Office ensures that, as we look forward to the Moon, Mars and beyond, we remember the lessons we’ve learned from our predecessors. The race to the Moon in the 1960s occurred against a very different backdrop than today's Artemis program — but both exhibit what humanity can achieve when we set ourselves to lofty aims. https://www.nasa.gov/mediacast/goddard/2020/the-invisible-network-podcast-bonus-content-nasa-historian-bill-barry

  • The Invisible Network: Bonus Content - Dr. Jim Garvin
    NASA
    16:33
    Science
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    There is perhaps no one better than Jim Garvin to outline the unique opportunities for research that the Artemis missions to the Moon could provide scientists on Earth. Jim is chief scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, and a tireless champion for crewed exploration of the Moon. https://www.nasa.gov/mediacast/goddard/2020/the-invisible-network-podcast-bonus-content-dr-jim-garvin

  • Space Radiation
    NASA
    46:38
    Science
    2,302

    On Episode 128 Jason Weeks and Steve Platts discuss the ways NASA is collecting radiation data to better understand the risks and possible mitigation strategies for humans traveling through deep space. This is the last in a six part series on NASA’s Human Research Program.

  • Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Megatrends for Engineering Systems
    NASA
    35:19
    Science
    1,096

    Anna McGowan, NASA’s Senior Engineer for Complex Systems Design, discusses engineering trends and the impact of rapid technology changes.​

  • Making It Work in Space
    NASA
    53:30
    Science
    1,532

    On Episode 127 Dr. Brandon Vessey and Cherie Oubre discuss how they integrate and manage all the human research work in areas such as human performance, health, and radiation for research on the International Space Station, on Earth, and for future space exploration. This is part five of a six part series on NASA’s Human Research Program. This episode was recorded on November 18, 2019.

  • The Invisible Network: Bonus Content - Dan Curry
    NASA
    23:58
    Science
    507

    Science fiction and science fact have long enjoyed a symbiotic relationship, with ideas in one prompting innovations in the other, and so on. Dan Curry, a filmmaker, artist and visual effects producer best known for his Star Trek work, shares his perspectives. https://www.nasa.gov/mediacast/goddard/2020/the-invisible-network-podcast-bonus-content-dan-curry

  • Fighting Space Effects
    NASA
    56:31
    Science
    2,065

    For Episode 126 Laura Bollweg and Peter Norsk detail the effects that the microgravity environment has on human health, what we’re doing to counteract some of these effects, and the studies taking place to better understand how the Moon and Mars may have different impacts. This is part four of a six part series on NASA’s Human Research Program. This episode was recorded on November 19th, 2019.

  • Small Steps, Giant Leaps: NASA IV&V
    NASA
    27:54
    Science
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    NASA Independent Verification and Validation Program Director Greg Blaney discusses the impact of IV&V on high-profile NASA missions.​

  • Deep Space Healthcare
    NASA
    57:00
    Science
    1,316

    On Episode 125 Nancy Fleming and Kris Lehnhardt describe the challenges of providing the necessary medical capabilities to astronauts traveling deeper into space. This is part three of a six part series on NASA’s Human Research Program.

  • The Human Element
    NASA
    58:32
    Science
    1,290

    On Episode 124 Aaron Allcorn and Tom Williams discuss NASA’s efforts to understand the optimal spaceflight environment that maximizes human performance. This is part two of a six part series on NASA’s Human Research Program.

  • Humans in Space
    NASA
    01:10:08
    Science
    1,455

    Episode 123 features Dr. Jenn Fogarty who gives an overview of the Human Research Program at NASA's Johnson Space Center. This is the first in a series of six episodes that dive deep into the work being done to understand what exactly happens to the human body in space.

  • The Invisible Network: Episode 14 - Ansible
    NASA
    25:52
    Science
    691

    Faster-than-light communications might not be a possibility now — our current understanding of natural laws don’t allow for it. But who knows what innovations await us just beyond the horizon? https://www.nasa.gov/mediacast/goddard/2019/the-invisible-network-podcast-episode-14-ansible

  • Gravity Assist: Astronauts Go Back to Moon School, with Kelsey Young
    NASA
    22:03
    Science
    1,708

    Besides learning how to live in space, astronauts training for Artemis missions to the Moon will need to become experts in geology, so they know what to look for when they're scoping out rocks and other features. Kelsey Young of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center describes her experience of teaching astronauts through analog sites, places on Earth that resemble parts of the Moon.

  • To Launch a Starliner
    NASA
    44:26
    Science
    696

    Commercial and government partnerships and contracts might not sound that fascinating, but when we're talking about certifying Boeing Starliner to carry humans to space, the challenges and complexities become a whole lot more interesting.

  • The Invisible Network: Episode 13 - Pony Express
    NASA
    39:09
    Science
    2,232

    What does the Pony Express of the 19th century have in common with the internet and disruption-tolerant networking? They're all (for their times) innovative communications technologies that revolutionize the way we share data. https://www.nasa.gov/mediacast/goddard/2019/the-invisible-network-podcast-episode-13-pony-express

  • NASA and the Texas Economy
    NASA
    48:26
    Science
    772

    For Episode 122, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar talks about managing finances for the Lone Star State and for its citizens. Hegar describes the economic impact of NASA on the state of Texas based on a report drafted by the Comptroller's office.