NASA Edge

Audio podcast featuring information and interviews about NASA Edge.

http://www.nasa.gov/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 16m. Bisher sind 395 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein täglich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 13 hours 53 minutes

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NASA EDGE@ Home with Todd White


Perseverance is already collecting science on the surface of Mars, but MEDLI2 actually collected significant scientific data on the way to the surface.


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NASA EDGE@ Home with Christine St. Germain


It is a huge challenge to send astronauts to the Moon, but it is also critical to bring them home safely.


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NASA EDGE@ Home with Henry Wright


Not only did Mars 2020 and Perseverance survive the seven minutes of terror during entry, descent, and landing on the surface of Mars, they also collected a lot of key performance data!


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NASA EDGE@ Home with Michelle Munk 2


Our resident expert on Entry, Descent, and Landing (EDL) narrows her focus on the lunar landing with Stereo Camera for Lunar Plume Surface Studies (SCALPSS).


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 2021-02-12  n/a
 
 

NASA EDGE@ Home with Carey Scott


If you need to capture highly technical imagery of your spacecraft as it reenters the Earth’s atmosphere, look no further than CJ (Carey Scott) and the SCIFLI team at NASA Langley Research Center.


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 2021-01-22  n/a
 
 

NASA EDGE: Sentinel-6 Prelaunch Show


On November 20th, 2020, NASA EDGE provided live prelaunch coverage of the Sentinel-6 Mike Freilich Satellite on L-1.


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 2020-12-08  n/a
 
 

NASA EDGE@ Home with Mike Ciannilli


Netflix’s new documentary on the Space Shuttle Challenger has caused a lot of reflection and discussion about the tragedy.


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 2020-10-07  n/a
 
 

NASA EDGE@ Home with Keri Bean


Not many people can accurately claim to have driving experience on multiple planets, but Keri Bean can!


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 2020-09-30  n/a
 
 

NASA EDGE@ Home with SPLICE Part 2


NASA EDGE continues to look at NASA’s Safe and Precise Landing – Integrated Capabilities Evolution (SPLICE) technology suite.


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 2020-09-23  n/a
 
 

NASA EDGE@ Home with SPLICE Part 1


Technologies to enable exact and soft landings on the Moon and other worlds will fly on Blue Origin’s next New Shepard suborbital rocket launch.


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 2020-09-22  n/a