Posted on · Episode: 2770 Today, our guest, NASA engineer Fitz Walker, remembers the P-51 Mustang. Developing the P-51 Mustang fighter.
Posted on · Frank Borman commanded two early NASA missions including Apollo 8, the first to orbit the moon. He was a no-nonsense astronaut known for his keen attention to detail and duty to country.
Posted on · He piloted Apollo 16 and commanded the shuttle. But he may be best known for the mission he didn't fly: the ill-fated Apollo 13. And he worried late in life about the high cost of human space flight.
Posted on · There will be many places around the region to watch the annular solar eclipse, which happens when the moon is situated between the sun and Earth and casts a shadow on the planet. Another is expected in April 2024.
Posted on · Scientists and space agency leaders took part in Wednesday's big reveal at Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Posted on · Episode: 2941 NASA’s Shuttle Carrier Airplane (SCA), a last piggy-back airplane, retires. Today, a last piggy-back airplane.
Posted on · On Friday's show: We get an explanation of the ballot measures voters will decide in the November election. And we learn more about a spacecraft built in Houston that will be the first commercial craft to land on the moon.
Posted on · The Nova-C lander, built by the Houston company Intuitive Machines, will be the first commercial craft to land on the moon and the first time a U.S. spacecraft has done a soft landing on the lunar surface since Apollo 17 in 1972.
Posted on · Amazon Studios' new film "A Million Miles Away" tells the remarkable true story of Jose Hernandez.
Posted on · NASA's Osiris-REx mission has successfully returned a pristine sample of asteroid back to Earth. This cupful-or-so of space rock could shed light on the solar system's origins.
Posted on · Space journalist and Houston native Loren Grush discusses her book, "The Six: The Untold Story of America's First Women Astronauts."
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We discuss an uptick in high-speed car chases involving HPD officers that have left bystanders injured, according to an investigation by the Houston Chronicle. And we learn the latest on the Houston housing market.
Posted on · The property was listed on the market on Aug. 31 and highlights original features like a wood beam living room ceiling, stone fireplace, pink pool decking, and original staircase railings of the house built in 1964.
Posted on · Episode: 2827 Dimensionless groups, helping us to deal with the similarity of often very different situations. Today, dimensionless groups.
Posted on · The longtime NASA flight director talks about the words he told his team after the fatal Apollo 1 accident, which is also the title of his new book about leadership.