This week on the Space Explored Podcast Seth and Derek discuss what it means for Jeff Bezos to go to space, new Super Heavy boosters, Europa Clipper getting a new ride to Jupiter, and more.
Editor’s note: Seth misremembered a source and stated that the new Nauka module for the ISS was a spare of the original Zarya module. While it was built from Zarya spare parts it was not a full spare.
Seth Kurkowski @SethKurk
Derek Wise @derekiswise
- Top stories this week: Blue Origin fly oldest and youngest humans, Falcon Heavy to launch Europa Clipper, and more
- Elon tweets this week: Super Heavy static fire, smaller Starship fins and a new high bay
- New International Space Station module ‘Nauka’ overcomes many issues while in orbit
- Falcon Heavy selected by NASA to launch Europa Clipper mission previously tied to SLS
- Boeing’s OFT-2 mission completes its Flight Readiness Review before launch
- Who makes the cut for FAA Astronaut Wings?
- Blue Origin launches youngest and oldest humans to space alongside Jeff and Mark Bezos
- SpaceX Starship Super Heavy Booster 3 breathes to life for the first time with static fire
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