Episode 52 - We Have All of Them

Anthony is joined by Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut, and Roland Miller, a photographer who has spent years documenting space hardware of all varieties. We’ll talk about Roland’s work, and go behind the scenes on his two published books (Abandoned In Place, Interior Space) and his next book (Orbital Planes) coming out this spring.

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Episode 51 - Hubbles In Reverse

Scott Tilley, an amateur satellite tracker, joins Jake and Anthony to talk about tracking Chang’e-5 back to the Moon and into a Distant Retrograde Orbit, how he and the wider community of amateur satellite trackers do what they do, and what else he’s been tracking lately.

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Episode 50 - Was That a Bake Sale?

Michael Sheetz of CNBC and Eric Berger of Ars Technica join Anthony to talk about the latest in the finance side of space—what’s up in the world of funding, which businesses look steady and which look shaky, and of course, how you can’t spell space without SPAC.

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Episode 48 - The Abort Motor DLC

Jake and Anthony are joined by Dylan Taylor, Chairman & CEO of Voyager Space Holdings, founder of Space for Humanity, and commercial astronaut on Blue Origin’s New Shepard NS-19.

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Episode 46 - Anti-Satellite Own Goal

Jake and Anthony are joined by Jonathan McDowell, an astronomer at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian to talk about Russia’s latest endangerment to the ISS—their anti-satellite operationthat resulted in a huge debris field—and about how Jonathan does all the excellent work he does tracking launches, satellites, and where everything in space is going.

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Episode 45 - Nauka Got Milkshake Ducked

Jake and Anthony are joined by two returning favorites, Loren Grush and Miriam Kramer, to talk about Loren’s time away from the space news grind, and Miriam’s excellent podcast following Inspiration4.

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Episode 44 - Jeff Bezos’ OnlyFans

Jake and Anthony are joined by Joe Barnard of BPS.Space to talk about what he’s been working on lately, what it’s like being a creator online these days, and various other topics like Firefly’s first launch, Virgin Galactic’s Kobayashi Maru, and what Chuck E. Cheese has been up to during the pandemic.

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