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Houston We Have a Podcast

A weekly Space, Science and Medicine podcast
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Episodes of Houston We Have a Podcast

John Uri reflects on the history of the Johnson Space Center after its 60th anniversary. HWHAP Episode 223.
Mandy Cady previews the latest science aboard the International Space Station and describes her role in coordinating hundreds of investigations performed in orbit. HWHAP Episode 222.
Mark Matney and Jim Cooney describe the science of orbital debris and the details behind the shielding and avoidance maneuvers of the International Space Station. HWHAP Episode 221.
CJ Scott details the WB-57 aircraft, the unique imaging systems on board, and the teams that support operations. HWHAP Episode 220.
The Crew-3 astronauts discuss their individual paths that brought them together on the third crew rotation mission of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. HWHAP Episode 219.
Kay Taylor describes an experiment on board the space station that allows middle school students to remotely photograph the Earth. HWHAP Episode 218.
Angelique Van Ombergen details the unique experiments from the European Space Agency on the International Space Station. HWHAP Episode 217.
Annmarie Eldering describes an experiment on the International Space Station that is gathering data on carbon dioxide around the globe. HWHAP Episode 216.
Tom Statler describes a NASA planetary defense mission to test technologies and capabilities for redirecting asteroids. HWHAP Episode 215.
Members of the Hispanic Employee Resource Group at the Johnson Space Center share their journey to NASA. HWHAP Episode 214.
Kerry Cawse-Nicholson from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory describes the ECOSTRESS experiment aboard the space station that is looking at the Earth to map temperature in plants, urban areas, wildfires and more. HWHAP Episode 213.
Angela Hart and Camille Alleyne of NASA’s Commercial Low-Earth Orbit Development program describe the agency's efforts to build a robust commercial economy by enabling private astronaut missions to the International Space Station. HWHAP Episode
Mike Salopek goes in depth on the International Space Station’s power systems and the new solar array technology that will continue to power experiments and modules for years to come. HWHAP Episode 211.
NASA’s Artemis I recovery director Melissa Jones shares what it will take to fetch the Orion spacecraft from the Pacific Ocean at the end of the mission around the Moon. HWHAP Episode 210.
NASA Artemis I flight directors Rick LaBrode and Judd Frieling detail what it will be like in Mission Control Houston during the agency’s next flight around the Moon. HWHAP Episode 209.
NASA interns from around the country detail the various student programs at the agency that helped them to land their internship opportunity. HWHAP Episode 208.
Sean Fuller, international partner manager of the Gateway program, shares how the successful model of international cooperation and commercial partnerships in the International Space Station program is being used to build an orbiting platform a
NASA interns Jaden Chambers and Leah Davis join student mentor Kelly Smith to discuss the experience of being a NASA intern and what it takes to stand out. HWHAP Episode 206.
Bob Dempsey, NASA flight director at the Johnson Space Center, provides an overview of NASA’s Boeing Orbital Flight Test-2, the second uncrewed test flight of the Starliner spacecraft. HWHAP Episode 205.
Sophia Hahn, Shelita Hall, and Emily Anderson, NASA interns from across the agency, discuss being women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, or math), their journey to work at NASA, and the unique opportunities they have experienced durin
Houston We Have a Podcast celebrates its fourth birthday with memories and clips of the team’s favorite episodes to reminisce on another year filled with weekly episodes covering launches, NASA’s Artemis program, the International Space Station
Shawn Cvetezar, Laura Paulino, and Don Caluya, NASA interns representing NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Ames Research Center, and Johnson Space Center, respectively, reflect upon their non-traditional paths that led them to NASA and share
Sarah Smith, a NASA intern, interviews students who were recently selected to fly their experiments to the International Space Station as part of the program under NASA’s STEM on Station initiative called Student Payload Opportunity with Citize
Dan Huot, public affairs officer at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, shares his experiences working on the first episodes of Houston We Have a Podcast, his work at NASA, and broadcasting the first humans to launch from American soil since 2011. HWH
Shaneequa Vereen, public affairs specialist at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, speaks with NASA interns as they recount their journey with NASA, sharing their backgrounds and experiences they had before and during their time with the agency. HWHAP
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