This week, Jason and Stephen talk about lunar and solar eclipses in preparation of a total solar eclipse in North America coming up in August.
This fortnight, Jason and Stephen cover a possible future Pluto mission, SLS delays and the X-37B spaceplane.
This fortnight we discuss Cassini's daring death dives inside Saturn's rings before the end of its mission, exciting news from our solar system's ocean moons and hints of a change in planning for future exploration of Mars.
After visiting Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, the Voyager probes are now probing the very edges of our solar system — and beyond.
This fortnight brings a flight-proven Falcon 9 launch, news about Enceladus' ice sheets and the return of the mighty RS-25.
This fortnight, Jason and Stephen catch up the news coming out of Washington D.C. and Blue Origin, and then consider what the Europa Clipper mission could mean.
This fortnight, Stephen went out for a nerdy evening, NASA announced the seven planets at TRAPPIST-1 and SpaceX is going to the moon. After the news, Jason and Stephen break down the Ice Giants of Uranus and Neptune.
This fortnight, Proxima B breaks our hearts, SpaceX is on historic ground and a Europa lander begins to take shape.
This fortnight, Stephen and Jason talk about how the current political climate affects science, space and technology.
This fortnight, Jason and Stephen catch up on the news and remember Gene Cernan, the last man on the moon.