The amazing FlightChops team (back them on Patreon) did a walk through of a B-29 in flight. I had the privilege of doing this same thing in a B-17 in flight a few months ago and I cannot describe with words what it is like. Hopefully this video at least gives you a taste. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XakK81edKFA... Continue Reading →
Guest: Liberty Naud When you walk into a room full of kids who are supposed to be learning and find them playing solitare on their computers what do you do? Liberty Naud starts a nationwide education initiative and it works. Also, OMG ROBOTS!!! Host: Michael Doornbos Email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment and let us know your thoughts. Subscribe... Continue Reading →
Guest: Leo Camacho We're back after a 2 year, ummm, break? Today Leo Camacho joins the show to talk about Cosplay, X Prize, Disney, Big Hero 6 and more. Join the Disney Big Hero 6 X Prize Challenge here. Feel free to email me at email@example.com if you are a parent or kid and have questions... Continue Reading →
I've met Ariel a couple times now (and interviewed her). She's as lovely in person as she appears on this show. Another great ambassador for science. It's worth the hour for sure. Be sure to subscribe to Triangulation on the Twit network.
I don't watch this show (except when Woz was on) but Bill does a great job crossing that "science is dorky" bridge here. He just appears approachable and can actually dance a little. I'm so glad he's such a great ambassador for science (and space!).
Since meeting William Pomerantz in 2009, I've been covering the Google Lunar X PRIZE. I've been to two team summits (which media aren't really invited to), done countless interviews, many podcasts, researched the hidden rooms of the Smithsonian Archives, and fought hard to get teams to tell their human story. I've grown friendships with many... Continue Reading →
Guest: Robert Boehme and Wes Faler from Part Time Scientists For the first time in history you can take control of a moon rover. Join us and be part of the experiment! Support their project here. Host: Michael Doornbos Email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment and let us know your thoughts. Subscribe to the Evadot Podcast via iTunes and... Continue Reading →
Guest: Peter Platzer Every once in a while, something revolutionary comes along. It's not something announced as "paradigm shifting" from some marketing department, but usually something that slides in under the radar. Ardusat is not a fully funded Kickstarter project. We talk with Peter about what cheap experiments in space mean, and what it takes... Continue Reading →
Guest: James Crawford Dr James Crawford, the new CTO of Google Lunar X PRIZE team MoonExpress joins us to talk about progress they are making and technologies. Host: Michael Doornbos 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