NASA’s Johnson Space Center has an Official Podcast and it is More Amazing than you Would Think

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If you are fascinated by space, there should be nothing more interesting than listening to the stories of the experts who know everything about it. “Houston, We Have a Podcast” is the name of NASA’s podcast.

This podcast offers the experiences of numerous astronauts. They explain how training was for them and the achievements they have. There are also some episodes that will present audio footage from the Orion capsule.

The podcast has been around for a few months as it was launched last year, back in July. This also means that you will have what to listen if you start “Houston, We Have a Podcast”, because 40 episodes have been released so far.

An episode lasts for about a month and it also comes with transcripts if you feel like you are not able to follow them. There should be even more episodes in the future so you will be able to keep up with the adventures of the astronauts.

If you want you will also be able to subscribe to the podcast. You should be able to do that at the link nasa.gov/johnson/HWHAP. Every week a new episode comes out.

The podcast won’t feature only astronauts

If you listen to “Houston, We Have a Podcast” you will notice that astronauts are not the only ones who tell their stories. Listeners will also have a chance to listen to other researchers and engineers. This way, you will be able to meet he brains behind NASA’s missions.

The podcast will come with information about the technology that makes each project possible, and you will also be able to find out their flights are planned, as well as the history of space exploration.

Patrick Supernaw

Patrick Supernaw is the lead editor for Great Lakes Ledger. Patrick has written for many publications including The Huffington Post and Vanity Fair. Patrick is based in Ottawa and covers issues affecting his city. In addition to his severe hockey addiction, Pat also enjoys kayaking and can often be found paddling the Rideau Canal. Contact Pat here

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