Innovation Now Innovation Now is a daily 90-second radio series and podcast that gives listeners a front row seat to hear compelling stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that are shaping our future.
Innovation Now

Innovation Now

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Innovation Now is a daily 90-second radio series and podcast that gives listeners a front row seat to hear compelling stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that are shaping our future.

Most Recent Episodes

Mapping Earthquakes

Two strong earthquakes recently rattled Southern California and the resulting damage can be seen from space.

Moon Landing Stamps

A worldwide audience watched and listened when American Astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped onto the surface of the Moon.

Practicing for the Moon

A full-scale Lunar Excursion Module Simulator could be suspended from the gantry's steel frame, so astronauts could practice piloting the LEM the final one hundred fifty feet before landing on the moon.

Secrets of Apollo 10

In the 1960's Charles Schultz created comic strips depicting Snoopy on the Moon, capturing public excitement about America's achievements in space.

Avoiding Bird Strikes

The FAA's Wildlife Hazard Mitigation Program has grown wings and taken off.

Cosmic Fireworks

If you missed the fireworks on the 4th of July, you still have time to catch these celestial outbursts in dramatic red, white, and blue.

Ionospheric Bubbles

These unpredictable bubbles can disrupt key communications and GPS signals without warning.

A Spirit of Cooperation

Several companies joined NASA to support university teams as they tried to extract water from a simulated lunar surface.

NASA Is Going Green

This small spacecraft the size of a mini-refrigerator is packed with cutting-edge green technology.

Aboard a Falcon Heavy

A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket left the launchpad at NASA's Kennedy Space Center early in the morning on June 25. Among the 24 satellites onboard were four NASA technology and science payloads.

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