Following a number of recent releases of podcasts and this editor’s travels, at Spaceoneers we got thinking about space podcasts. Now with the Coronavirus Outbreak and many people working from home, here’s a chance to catch up with 10 of our suggested out-of-this world space podcasts.
1. Satellite Stories (SES Satellites)
Satellite Stories host Kristina Smith-Meyer discusses what matters most to SES’ customers and hears how the services SES provide really make a difference.
Did you know you could learn a whole lot about #O3bmPOWER and #Cloud in less than 16 mins? In this episode of Satellite Stories, special guest Sergy Mummert walks us through a massive step-change in satellite-enabled networking services https://t.co/PuOY5WsKb6 pic.twitter.com/KIltqU4Xty
— SES (@SES_Satellites) February 26, 2020
2. Supermassive Podcast (Royal Astronomical Society)
The Royal Astronomical Society recently launched its Supermassive Podcast. Each month Izzie Clarke and Dr Becky Smethurst take you through the universe with the latest research, history from the society’s archives and astronomy you can do from your own home.
My mind was 🤯 this month when I got to see some reproductions of the original photographic plates of Eddington’s 1919 solar eclipse expedition 🤗 pic.twitter.com/WHXfnjENoL
— Becky Smethurst (@drbecky_) February 26, 2020
3. Space Angels Podcast
Chad Anderson, CEO of Space Angels, interviews industry leaders in commercial aerospace about their projects, ambitions and dreams.
**RECORDING** New @SpaceAngels Podcast episode dropping this week with CEO of @SpeQtral_Space, the company building the security layer for the quantum internet https://t.co/m7K20LtCun pic.twitter.com/jCBn66qREd
— Chad Anderson (@spacecapital) February 16, 2020
4. Day-to-Day Podcast (EUMETSAT)
Last month EUMETSAT launched a new podcast series about Copernicus earth observation data. Find out how these data benefit our day-to-day lives as host Dr Mark Higgins explores the ways in which satellite data is helping us to better understand the Earth and its environment.
We’re excited to announce our new #podcast series is here! “Day-to-Day” is a monthly look at @CopernicusEU data and how it affects our everyday life. Host @Dr_MarkH will talk to users, highlighting how #EO data helps us understand the planet better. pic.twitter.com/WVLUZNiwiu
— EUMETSAT (@eumetsat) February 5, 2020
Jodcast is a long-established bimonthly podcast created by astronomers at Jodrell Bank Center for Astrophysics, University of Manchester. It includes the latest news in astronomy, what you can see in the night sky, interviews with astronomers and more
Join us this month for machine learning, fast radio bursts, spitzer and so much more. https://t.co/q8Drga6xoH
— The Jodcast (@jodcast) February 19, 2020
6. 13 Minutes to the Moon
After a highly successful first season, ’13 Minutes to the Moon’ returns for a second season with Dr Kevin Fong sharing epic stories of NASA’s missions to the Moon. Listen now on BBC Sounds.
Apollo 13 should’ve been Nasa’s third Moon landing – what went wrong?
— BBC World Service (@bbcworldservice) March 9, 2020
7. BETTER SATELLITE WORLD
Better Satellite World episodes feature conversations with people whose work in space & satellite make a stronger economy, a better society and a more sustainable planet. They demonstrate why space technology is indispensable to modern life.
— Space & Sat Profs (@sspi) February 25, 2020
8. Planetary Radio
Each week, Planetary Radio’s Mat Kaplan visits with a scientist, engineer, project manager, astronaut, advocate or writer who provides a unique and exciting perspective on the exploration of our solar system and beyond.
Have you heard the latest episode of Planetary Radio? Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! https://t.co/udsLnhJECQ
— Planetary Society (@exploreplanets) March 15, 2020
9. Space Boffins
Space Boffins is an award-winning podcast covering space science in the UK, Europe & beyond. Hosted on the Naked Scientists website.
Solar Orbiter @ESASolarOrbiter with @markmccaughrean space stamps and studio chat from @DrStuClark plus exoplanets and @ESA_CHEOPS with Nobel Prize winner @DidierQueloz! All on the latest podcast https://t.co/PO6b2EGaPm
— Space Boffins (@Spaceboffins) March 11, 2020
10. Startalk Radio
StarTalk is a podcast on space, science, and popular culture hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, with various comic and celebrity co-hosts and frequent guests from the worlds of science and entertainment.
NEW EPISODE: @neiltyson & @chucknicecomic investigate what we currently know about the #Coronavirus (#COVID19) with @IrwinRedlenerMD, Director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness. Watch/Listen: https://t.co/OD5r9ns1sE
Image Credit: @CDCgov.
— StarTalk (@StarTalkRadio) March 16, 2020
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