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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

Fire in the Hole

If you're going to put payloads on a rocket and send it into space, you want to test the engine to make sure it's going to get where you're sending it safely.

Drone Technology

Taking to the sky is what NASA does best and NASA's technology portfolio includes design improvements for the next wave of unmanned aerial vehicles.

Astronaut Handovers

Now that the Commercial Crew Program has begun flying crews of four on U.S. commercial spacecraft, the full crew of the International Space Station has expanded to seven people.

Hurricane Season 2021

NASA is preparing for an active 2021 hurricane season as NOAA predicts an above average number of named storms.

A New Space Toilet

A new toilet makes the essential task of going to the bathroom in space a bit more comfortable.

Posture while Driving

The Zero Gravity seat has a unique shape that provides support to the whole vertebral column, reducing loads on all parts of the body and decreasing fatigue.

The Final Piece

The final piece of NASA's Space Launch System has arrived in Florida.

A Dangerous Place to Land

Jezero Crater is a 28-mile-wide rugged expanse filled with potential hazards... large rock fields, dunes, hills, and the walls of the crater itself.

Space Selfies

The NASA Selfies app lets you generate snapshots of yourself in front of some of NASA's most captivating space images.

Mars in 3D

When NASA's Mars Helicopter took to the skies on its third flight, Perseverance was there to capture the historic moment.

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