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Houston We Have a Podcast

By National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

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Description

The official podcast of the NASA Johnson Space Center, the home of human spaceflight, stationed in Houston, Texas. We bring space right to you!

Customer Reviews

Love this podcast!

I just found this podcast a few days ago and I've been working my way through ever since! Each topic is fascinating and educational, but it feels more like you're listening to a conversation than anything else because of the interview style. The little day to day tidbits of what it's like to be an astronaut or to work at NASA are my favorite part. The two truths and a lie game in the second episode is awesome and I hope it reappears in the future! This is definitely my new favorite thing to listen to while I'm working in the lab.

Excellent!

This is one of the most enjoyable and informative of the many space and science podcasts. The host is enthusiastic, astute and asks perceptive questions of his guests. The guests are very knowledgeable and well spoken. If you are curious about the progress of human exploration in space this podcast is well worth your time!

Informative deep dives, upbeat

I have a space-obsessed kid and we discovered this and put it on during drives. The host is super enthusiastic, and it’s interesting to hear the experts get into details. A great change of pace from angry political podcasts, and I’m excited about the Orion project now. Thanks!