This fortnight, Jason and Stephen travel the length of the Solar System to catch up on the news.
On this episode, Jason and Stephen pick their favorite solar system moons in an action-packed draft.
During the last fortnight, humankind detected gravitational waves for the first time and Jason spent some time at NASA's Ames Research Center.
This week, Stephen and Jason catch up on Space X and Blue Origin news, wish Opportunity a happy 12th birthday and reflect on the 30th anniversary of the Challenger disaster.
Jason and Stephen are joined by Geof Morris, a Payload Rack Officer for the International Space Station. Geof works at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, AL.
This week, Jason explains how the phases of the moon work before wading into the weird world of tides.
To celebrate the Winter Solstice, Jason and Stephen talk all about the Earth's journey around the sun and how it affects all of our lives.
This week, Stephen and Jason strap in and talk about NASA’s space shuttle program.
Jason and Stephen talk about the not-so-impending doom facing Phobos and a bunch of other news before being joined by Emily Lakdawalla from The Planetary Society to discuss the future of solar system exploration.
A fortnight of news has passed, and Jason and Stephen are here to talk water in the solar system, Orion's progress, the 15th anniversary of crewed ISS missions and some new job openings at NASA.