The size of moons, planets, stars and the universe is almost impossible to imagine. Here's a really great visualization to wrap your mind around it a little better. After watching it, how does it make you feel?
Evadot Podcast #87 – A perpetual motion machine for funding innovation, the world land speed record, and rocket cars!
Guests: Richard Noble Project Website: Bloodhound. Richard Noble, the land speed record holder from 1983 to 1997 joins us today to talk about their latest project called bloodhound. The best part about this project may very well be his approach to funding innovation. Our lovely co-host Haley has a great article on this project on... Continue Reading →
A hackerSPACE workshop that’s just a giant bucket of awesome
If I have any regrets in 2011, it's not building a trip to this event into my travel budget. There is so much awesome here, it's unbelievable. It's completely sold out already! hackerSPACE Workshop Agenda Day One Welcome and Introduction – Kris Kimel 9:00 – 9:30am Why go to space? – Bob Twiggs 9:30 –... Continue Reading →
Evadot Podcast #86 – Would you like to have your own spacecraft in space? Kicksat.org says you can.
Guests: Zachary Manchester Project Website: KickSat.org. Not only do they say you CAN have your own spacecraft in space, they've got the kickstarter project to prove it! What better way of showing off your uber-geek credentials than having your own spacecraft? This could be the perfect holiday gift this year for the geek who has... Continue Reading →
Evadot Podcast #85 – Hackerspaces in space
Guests: Jay Margalus and Rudy Ristich Project Website: Hackerspaces in Space. Jay and Rudy join us to talk their second weather balloon to space contest called Hackerspaces in Space. Make sure you check out their kickstarter project and throw some funds their way. Host: Michael Doornbos Email email@example.com or leave a comment and let us know... Continue Reading →
Evadot Podcast #84 – So you want to launch your own space hardware eh? Psst. you can!
Guests: Will Baird Project Website: TeamPhoenicia.org Will is the team leader of a team competing in the Google Lunar X PRIZE. They are passionate about creating a vibrant space industry and are putting together two exciting seminars in the coming weeks to help kickstart this industry. On Nov 12 and 13th, you should head over... Continue Reading →
Evadot Podcast #83 – Let’s take over the moon – with Google Lunar X PRIZE Director Alexandra Hall
Guests: Alex Hall The new Director of the Google Lunar X PRIZE joins us today to have a frank and fun discussion about the prize. Where it is, where it's going, and some of the challenges that need to be met to make it a long term success and some of the crazy ideas (the good crazy)... Continue Reading →
Evadot Podcast #78 – Moonbots X-Treme Team Meets the Rocket City Space Pioneers
Guests: Liberty, Mikie, Harrison, Matthew, Parker, and Chase from X-Treme Team and Tim Pickens from Rocket City Space Pioneers Website: X-Treme and Rocket City Space Pioneers Lego, rockets, kids, robots, and Tim Pickens. That's a podcast full of awesomesauce! Host: Michael Doornbos Email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment and let us know your thoughts. Subscribe to... Continue Reading →
Evadot Podcast #77 – Wow! It’s Saturn! I’ll take a side of milky way please.
Guest: Jason Kendall Website: inwoodastronomy.org Who says astronomy isn't fun? Or isn't food? Hosts: Michael Doornbos and Haley Stephenson Email email@example.com or leave a comment and let us know your thoughts. Subscribe to the Evadot Podcast via iTunes and all other podcast players
Fun Interview with Next Giant Leap’s Spokesrobot
Did a fun interview the Next Giant Leap last week: