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Past Events

Episode 39 (with Leo Enright, the guy from Irish TV)

Leo Enright, the guy from Irish TV, joins Jake and Anthony to talk about covering space from a non-traditional space country, how he got started covering space, how he selects stories to cover for his audience, and to generally have a great time.

Episode 38

Jake and Anthony take on the eternal question: what would you do if you were in charge of NASA for five years?

Episode 37 (with Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut)

Jake and Anthony are joined by Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut, to talk about Starship SN8’s epic flight test, Tim’s trip to Boca Chica, and to unveil the 2020 Off-Nominees and crown the winner.

Episode 36 (with Eric Berger)

Jake and Anthony are joined by Eric Berger of Ars Technica to talk about the space policy fallout of the 2020 US election, Eric’s upcoming book, and Jake’s bad decisions.

Episode 35 (with Caleb Henry)

Jake and Anthony are joined by Caleb Henry, formerly of SpaceNews and now of Quilty Analytics. We talk about SpaceX’s new satellite contract, OneWeb’s new lease on life, Caleb’s new gig at Quilty, and what it’s like transitioning away from capital-J journalism.

Episode 33 (with Loren Grush)

Jake and Anthony are joined by Loren Grush to catch up on a wild few weeks—from VR tours of spaceships, the Doug Loverro situation, Mars mayhem, Starship hops, and of course, the DM-2 boating fiasco.

NASA’s Mars2020 Perseverance Rover Launch

WeMartians Podcast host Jake Robins and Professional Martian Tanya Harrison host the live launch of the NASA Mars2020 Perseverance Rover. With special guests Alexandra Pontefract, Nathan Williams, and Phillip Hargrove.

Episode 32 (with Richard Garriott)

Jake and Anthony are joined by Lord British himself, Richard Garriott de Cayeux. Richard is a storied video game designer/developer, an entrepreneur, an astronaut who flew to the ISS for a week, and an adventurer with so many tales it’s hard to keep up. Richard is also the son of Owen Garriott, a NASA astronaut who flew on Skylab II and STS-9.

Richard joins us to talk about growing up as the son of an astronaut, to tell tales of spaceflight and undersea adventures, to ruminate on the commercial spaceflight industry, and to blow our minds with stories of dodgy Russian safety protocols.

Also, our fundraiser is over and we’ve made a significant impact on two organizations working hard to bring racial equity to STEM and space. We raised nearly $35,000!