Allergies, synthetic muscle and Robonaut on the International Space Station

Last week on the International Space Station, astronauts swabbed their noses in search of allergy-causing microorganisms and played with synthetic muscle that could make robots perform more like humans. Lisa Stojanovski also talks about her favourite International Space Station crew member – Robonaut-2. Spacevidcast Robonaut-2 Coverage Myco Experiment Synthetic Muscle Robonaut-2

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Ariel Waldman talks about the iconic impact of Telstar 1 and shows where you can find relics of the space race in your emoji.

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Refractor vs. Reflector: Telescopes

Are you a space geek looking to also become an astronomy geek? Space Pod correspondent Jared Head walks you through two of the most common types of telescopes and what each means. What is right for you? Keep watching Fridays for Jared’s segments to find out!

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Space Mike concludes an analysis of the first satellites launched by nations, organizations, and companies and also talks about Blue Origin’s BE-3 Rocket engine hitting the market.

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TripleLux-B Experiment on ISS

This week astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti performed the TripleLux-B Experiment on the International Space Station. What do all of those words mean? TMRO Science Correspondent Lisa Stojanovski explains.

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Satellites and the Path to Space

In commemoration of Yuri Gagarin being the first human to space, Michael Clark pays tribute to the nations who first accomplished the extremely difficult task of launching a satellite into space.

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NASA has amended it’s Space Act Agreement to help Sierra Nevada continue work on their Dream Chaser Spaceplane, and Sierra Nevada has proposed several paths to move forward with the vehicle.

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