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40 minutes | May 10, 2022
Orbit is Getting Ridiculously Busy
Robin and Jamie are joined by Chris Gebhardt to unpack critical updates from across the space industry. SpaceX is achieving development milestones, especially with human spaceflight, faster than we can note them. China launches cargo to its new space station in the leadup to finally having a permanent presence in space. Boeing heads back to the launchpad to give its troubled Starliner capsule another try.
37 minutes | Apr 26, 2022
All the Star Treks
Robin is joined by seasoned space journalists and bonafide Trekkies Swapna Krishna and Chris Gebhardt who are returning to the show for a catch up on all the Star Trek projects on-air and in-development.
57 minutes | Apr 12, 2022
Returning to Pandora
Robin and Jamie are joined by Brandon Katz, Entertainment Host and Creator for Morning Brew, for their regular catch-up on the happenings of space and fantasy cinema. They unpack the return of Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+ and the upcoming return of the Na'vi and the world of Pandora on the silver screen with legendary filmmaker James Cameron.
21 minutes | Mar 15, 2022
Starlink in Ukraine
Engineer Oleg Kutkov is on the ground in Kyiv, Ukraine as the Russians attack and is testing Starlink as a communications redundancy.
41 minutes | Feb 1, 2022
Wall Street and Hollywood Cope with Space Risk
Robin is joined by CNBC Space Reporter Michael Sheetz to discuss the highs and lows of doing business in space, who is eating into who's satellite launch market, and what happens to space stocks when a mission fails?
62 minutes | Jan 18, 2022
Rocket (and Webb) Chasing in French Guiana
On our first episode of 2022, Jamie and Robin are joined by NSF's Chris Gebhardt, who was one of the few journalists to be on-site for the James Webb Space Telescope's Christmas morning launch from the northern tip of South America.
49 minutes | Nov 9, 2021
Opening Space Travel to People With Disabilities
Robin and Jamie are joined by space journalist, producer, and podcast host Sawyer Rosenstein to chat about his historic Zero-G flight with AstroAccess, an organization advancing disability inclusion in outer space.
34 minutes | Oct 12, 2021
Back to Earth
Robin is joined by artist and former NASA astronaut Nicole Stott to discuss her new book Back to Earth: What Life in Space Taught Me About Our Home Planet And Our Mission to Protect It.
33 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
Sarafina's Fascinating World of Astronomy
Robin is joined by newly-minted Analog Astronaut and PhD student Sarafina Nance who is studying Cosmology and Supernovas at UC Berkeley. Nance is also the author of the new children's book Little Leonardo's Fascinating World of Astronomy.
46 minutes | Sep 27, 2021
Your First Time at Kennedy Space Center
Robin is joined by Chris Esposito, host of the Space With Spo show, to unpack their adventure down to Florida's Space Coast to cover SpaceX's historic Inspiration4 as credentialed members of the media. It was Chris's first time at Cape Canaveral.
46 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
SpaceX Readies Starship While Blue Origin Readies Lawsuits
Robin, Jamie, and Chris discuss the recent happenings across the busy space industry including Astra’s failed launch in Alaska, the progress being made at Starbase, and the latest with Blue Origin’s fight for a lunar lander contract.
39 minutes | Aug 6, 2021
Will Starship Fly Before Starliner?
This week, Robin is joined by the host of the Space with Spo show, Chris Esposito, to unpack some of the biggest space news from the week. Blue Origin throws shade at SpaceX's Starship, Starliner returns from the launchpad for more repairs, and SpaceX prepares the Super Heavy booster for launch at Starbase.
37 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
Space Engineers Unite on the Soccer Field
Jamie and Robin are joined by Camilo Tobacia, a former SpaceX and current Blue Origin engineer who founded the Space United soccer club and the #Goalforlaunch non-profit to bring STEM education to underrepresented youth.
50 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
The Black in Astro Movement
Jamie and Robin are joined by Ashley Walker, the founder of the Black in Astro movement and a Ph.D. student studying Atmospheric Chemistry and Astrochemistry at Howard University.
63 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Will Jeff Bezos Spot a UFO?
Jamie and Robin are joined by Chris Esposito, founder of the Space with Spo Show, to chat about Blue Origin's New Shepard auction (before they closed the bidding) and the Pentagon's upcoming UFO report.
56 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Venus is Finally Getting Some NASA Love
Robin, Jamie, and Chris get together to unpack an endless stream of space news from your favorite launch providers and updates from various programs including the James Webb Space Telescope, the DAVINCI+ and VERITAS missions to Venus, and Starliner's redo mission to the space station.
98 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
The Dune Mythology
At Supercluster, we love science fiction and fantasy across all mediums. On this episode of the podcast, our team members Eric Collins, Jamie Carreiro, and Tristan Dubin dive deep into the epic saga of Dune (and its adaptations) while taking a look at the rich world-building that drives the story that is soon to be another film, this time helmed by Arrival's Denis Villeneuve.
66 minutes | May 18, 2021
Returning to the Movies
Jamie and Robin are joined by the Observer's Senior Entertainment Reporter Brandon Katz to get excited about movies hitting the big screen soon and some that are still in development. A Quiet Place II, Dune, Taika Waititi's Star Wars, and JJ Abram's Superman are films we're buying tickets for. Just to name a few.
40 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
NASA's Moon Landing Award Rocks the Space Industry
Robin, Jamie, and Chris unpack the surprising and controversial news that NASA chose a single operator, SpaceX, to return humans to the moon for the first time since 1972.
80 minutes | Apr 12, 2021
The Mars Life
Cosmic Perspective Co-founder MaryLiz Bender is a filmmaker, musician, writer, and future astronaut. After a few years of exciting space adventures at Cape Canaveral, she moves on to Boca Chica, Texas to tell the story of Starship. She shares her recent experience of becoming an analog astronaut in a Mars simulation environment and applying for new spaceflight opportunities for artists and creators.
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