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Liftoff 94: A Planned Countdown Hold
21:58 | Mar 26th
The guys talk through a few stories that didn't make Episode 95, including what's going on with Boeing's Starliner and Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Dream Chaser, as well as Bennu's habit of spewing material into space.
Liftoff 79: The Final Bridge to Crewed Flight
37:40 | Aug 28th, 2018
NASA is inching toward crewed flights, with its Mobile Launcher Platform coming together and cis-lunar Gateway plans coming together, all while SpaceX and Boeing races to complete its crewed hardware.
Liftoff 70: An All-Inclusive Space Hotel
46:22 | Apr 10th, 2018
This week, Stephen and Jason are joined by space and technology reporter Swapna Krishna to catch up on a whole bunch of news, including the James Webb Telescope's latest schedule slip, SpaceX's recent tangling with NOAA, and more. Also, new Liftoff m...Show More
Liftoff 59: Kinda Bananas and Super Dangerous
34:19 | Nov 7th, 2017
SpaceX is returning to Launch Complex 40 and the GRACE mission is coming to an end while Dawn has a new lease on life. Then, discussion of the Gemini capsule and the two uncrewed launches of the program.
Liftoff 51: Dark Matter, with Dr. Katie Mack
45:43 | Jul 18th, 2017
Jason and Stephen are joined by Dr. Katie Mack, a theoretical astrophysicist working at the University of Melbourne on dark matter and the potential it has to change our understanding of the universe, physics and more.
Liftoff 45: Interested in Looking Awesome
43:36 | Apr 26th, 2017
This fortnight we discuss Cassini's daring death dives inside Saturn's rings before the end of its mission, exciting news from our solar system's ocean moons and hints of a change in planning for future exploration of Mars.
Liftoff 41: The Ice Giants
57:15 | Feb 28th, 2017
This fortnight, Stephen went out for a nerdy evening, NASA announced the seven planets at TRAPPIST-1 and SpaceX is going to the moon. After the news, Jason and Stephen break down the Ice Giants of Uranus and Neptune.
Liftoff 21: The Excitement Has Exploded
57:59 | May 24th, 2016
Jason and Stephen catch up some news, talk about some weird ways stars end and are then joined by Loren Grush, science reporter at The Verge to talk about commercial crew, inflatable space hotels and more.