Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

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When it comes to human space exploration, we're on the brink of something big. Join host Brendan Byrne, space reporter at 90.7 WMFE in Orlando, Fla., as he explores the advances in human space exploration. From conversations with the engineers and scientists building the technology one day heading to Mars, to talks with visionaries and leaders who want to take humankind to deep space, the Are We There Yet? podcast reveals the next chapters in human space exploration.More from Are We There Yet? »

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The Sights And Smells Of Space Travel

Bruce Melnick has been to space twice. Once on Space Shuttle Discovery and again on Endeavor's' first flight. He joins 'Are We There Yet?' to tell listeners about the sights and smells of space travel.

Explosions & Parachutes: Slowing Down Orion

How do you stop a 20,000 pound spacecraft traveling 300 miles per hour? Explosions and parachutes, that's how.

The Next Space Race?

Elon Musk wants to go to the moon. Well, two private customers want Elon to send them to the moon. The founder of SpaceX says he can do it by the end of 2018. But the mission is similar to one NASA is working on. Is there a new space race on the horizon?

To Crew, Or Not To Crew, That Is The Question

Could humans be on NASA's next deep-space mission, as early as 2019? NASA's acting director Robert Lightfoot wants to find out.

Martian Farmers

Ralph Fritsche is a lot like Mark Watney. He's growing potatoes in Martian regolith. And as we'll find out, it's harder than it looks.

Farming In Space

Astronauts on the International Space Station are growing their own food. So how do you grow plants in space?

President Trump's Space Policy

As President Trump begins his term, he'll appoint a new NASA Administrator. That new head of the public space program will steer NASA's vision for space exploration. So where is it heading?

Put A Ring On It

The Cassini spacecraft has been exploring Saturn since launching in 1997. Cassini gave planetary scientists incredible insight into the planet's rings, it's surface, and moons. As it enters it's final year, UCF Professor and Planetary Scientist Josh Colwell reflects on what insight the spacecraft provided to planetary scientists.

Oh My: George Takei Talks Science Fiction, Technology, And Interplanetary Equality

George Takei is best known for his role as Sulu, helmsmen on the USS Enterprise during the show Star Trek. George took some time to chat with "Are We There Yet?" about Star Trek, science fiction, and equality in the 23rd century.

Oh My: George Takei Talks Science Fiction, Technology, And Interplanetary Equality

The Glass Universe: How Harvard Women Measured The Stars

'The Glass Universe' explores how the women of Harvard Observatory in 1890 broke through the gender barrier and revolutionized the way astronomers observe the night sky.

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