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A short, weekly podcast about spaceflight, exploration, policy, and strategy in the modern era and near future.

Latest Episodes

T+140: Launch Protests and Lander Hopefuls

Blue Origin successfully protested the US Air Force’s RFP for the National Security Space Launch program, which will have big implications for the way the current round of contract awards plays out. NASA added five new providers to the Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, including SpaceX and Blue Origin, and I’ve got some thoughts about the inclusion of those options in what is quickly becoming my favorite NASA program.

23 MIN1 w ago
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T+140: Launch Protests and Lander Hopefuls

T+139: RemoveDEBRIS with Richard Duke

Richard Duke from the Surrey Space Center joins me to talk about their RemoveDEBRIS mission, which launched last year and carried out 4 different tests focused on space debris removal and management.

38 MIN2 w ago
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T+139: RemoveDEBRIS with Richard Duke

T+138: Peter Beck, Founder of Rocket Lab

Peter Beck, Founder, CEO, and CTO of Rocket Lab, joins me to talk about what they’ve been up to with Electron and Photon, as well as some of their new offerings like ground station support through KSAT and Photon missions to the Moon.

29 MINOCT 30
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T+138: Peter Beck, Founder of Rocket Lab

T+137: Artemis Politics, United Lander Alliance

Artemis and international politics were on display on the first day of IAC 2019, followed by strange-yet-politically-minded partnerships on the second day.

17 MINOCT 28
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T+137: Artemis Politics, United Lander Alliance

T+136: Starship to GTO, SSO from Florida

A few bits of follow-up on Starship to GTO, the Bridenstine-Musk show at SpaceX HQ, and flying to polar orbits from Florida. Meetup alert! Sunday, October 20, 2019 in Washington, DC. Hang out with me, Jake, and a ton of amazing people of space the night before IAC 2019 kicks off. Details at events.offnominal.space.

17 MINOCT 13
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T+136: Starship to GTO, SSO from Florida

T+135: Jake Robins on Starship

Jake Robins, host of WeMartians and my co-host on Off-Nominal, joins me for Part 2 of our conversation about SpaceX’s 2019 Starship update. Part 1 can be found over on WeMartians.

31 MINOCT 8
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T+135: Jake Robins on Starship

T+134: Headlines (with news on Orion, NEOCam, and more)

I’ve got a special preview of MECO Headlines for the main feed this week, with news on Orion, NASA’s FY2020 budget, NEOCam’s legacy, Starship, and more.

16 MINSEP 28
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T+134: Headlines (with news on Orion, NEOCam, and more)

T+133: Kurt Klaus on CLPS

Kurt Klaus, Chair of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group’s Commercial Advisory Board, joins me to talk about NASA’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, and the wider potential for commercial flights to the Moon and beyond.

33 MINSEP 17
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T+133: Kurt Klaus on CLPS

T+132: SpaceX SmallSat Updates

SpaceX updated their SmallSat launch offering—dropping the price and increasing the number of flights. It certainly looks like they’ll be a force to be reckoned with in the small launch market.

10 MINSEP 12
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T+132: SpaceX SmallSat Updates

T+131: Andrew Rush, CEO of Made in Space

Andrew Rush, CEO of Made in Space, joins me to talk about their big new NASA contract for Archinaut One and the history, present, and future of in-space manufacturing.

43 MINAUG 31
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T+131: Andrew Rush, CEO of Made in Space

Latest Episodes

T+140: Launch Protests and Lander Hopefuls

Blue Origin successfully protested the US Air Force’s RFP for the National Security Space Launch program, which will have big implications for the way the current round of contract awards plays out. NASA added five new providers to the Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, including SpaceX and Blue Origin, and I’ve got some thoughts about the inclusion of those options in what is quickly becoming my favorite NASA program.

23 MIN1 w ago
Comments
T+140: Launch Protests and Lander Hopefuls

T+139: RemoveDEBRIS with Richard Duke

Richard Duke from the Surrey Space Center joins me to talk about their RemoveDEBRIS mission, which launched last year and carried out 4 different tests focused on space debris removal and management.

38 MIN2 w ago
Comments
T+139: RemoveDEBRIS with Richard Duke

T+138: Peter Beck, Founder of Rocket Lab

Peter Beck, Founder, CEO, and CTO of Rocket Lab, joins me to talk about what they’ve been up to with Electron and Photon, as well as some of their new offerings like ground station support through KSAT and Photon missions to the Moon.

29 MINOCT 30
Comments
T+138: Peter Beck, Founder of Rocket Lab

T+137: Artemis Politics, United Lander Alliance

Artemis and international politics were on display on the first day of IAC 2019, followed by strange-yet-politically-minded partnerships on the second day.

17 MINOCT 28
Comments
T+137: Artemis Politics, United Lander Alliance

T+136: Starship to GTO, SSO from Florida

A few bits of follow-up on Starship to GTO, the Bridenstine-Musk show at SpaceX HQ, and flying to polar orbits from Florida. Meetup alert! Sunday, October 20, 2019 in Washington, DC. Hang out with me, Jake, and a ton of amazing people of space the night before IAC 2019 kicks off. Details at events.offnominal.space.

17 MINOCT 13
Comments
T+136: Starship to GTO, SSO from Florida

T+135: Jake Robins on Starship

Jake Robins, host of WeMartians and my co-host on Off-Nominal, joins me for Part 2 of our conversation about SpaceX’s 2019 Starship update. Part 1 can be found over on WeMartians.

31 MINOCT 8
Comments
T+135: Jake Robins on Starship

T+134: Headlines (with news on Orion, NEOCam, and more)

I’ve got a special preview of MECO Headlines for the main feed this week, with news on Orion, NASA’s FY2020 budget, NEOCam’s legacy, Starship, and more.

16 MINSEP 28
Comments
T+134: Headlines (with news on Orion, NEOCam, and more)

T+133: Kurt Klaus on CLPS

Kurt Klaus, Chair of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group’s Commercial Advisory Board, joins me to talk about NASA’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, and the wider potential for commercial flights to the Moon and beyond.

33 MINSEP 17
Comments
T+133: Kurt Klaus on CLPS

T+132: SpaceX SmallSat Updates

SpaceX updated their SmallSat launch offering—dropping the price and increasing the number of flights. It certainly looks like they’ll be a force to be reckoned with in the small launch market.

10 MINSEP 12
Comments
T+132: SpaceX SmallSat Updates

T+131: Andrew Rush, CEO of Made in Space

Andrew Rush, CEO of Made in Space, joins me to talk about their big new NASA contract for Archinaut One and the history, present, and future of in-space manufacturing.

43 MINAUG 31
Comments
T+131: Andrew Rush, CEO of Made in Space
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