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Transcript: Space4U podcast, Tom Smokoff-Craig Fairclough

Hello, I’m Carah Barbarick with the Space Foundation, and you’re listening to the Space4U podcast. Space4U is designed to tell the stories of the amazing people who make today’s space exploration possible. Today we are joined by Tom Smokoff and Craig Fairclough. Tom Smokoff is the co-founder and CEO of Water Pure Technologies, Inc.  …

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Space Foundation CEO Statement on the Successful First Flight of the NASA Ingenuity Mars Helicopter

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — April 19, 2021 — Tom Zelibor, CEO of Space Foundation, a nonprofit advocate organization founded in 1983, issued the following statement today on the successful first flight of the NASA Ingenuity Mars Helicopter. “Today’s flight of the NASA Ingenuity Mars Helicopter is a true milestone in aviation and aeronautics history. The…

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Transcript: Space4U podcast, Alan Ladwig, Pt. 2

Hello. I am Colleen Kiernan with the Space Foundation, and you’re listening to the Space4U podcast. Space4U is designed to tell the stories of the amazing people who make today’s space exploration possible. This podcast completes our prior episode, a conversation with Space Foundation’s Rich Cooper and Alan Ladwig, author “See You in Orbit: Our…

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Transcript: Space4U podcast, Alan Ladwig, Pt. 1

Hello, I’m Andrew de Naray with the Space Foundation, and you’re listening to the Space4U podcast. Space4U is designed to tell the stories of the amazing people who make today’s space exploration possible. This podcast completes our prior episode, a conversation with former NASA astronaut and Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, retired, Digger Carey.   We…

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Transcript: Space4U podcast, Paul Francis

Hello and welcome to the Space4U podcast, a podcast to tell the stories of, and have the conversations with the people who continue to drive the space economy and make space exploration possible. My name is Kelly Kedis-Ogborn, and I’m thrilled to have Paul Francis, the founder and CEO of OYO fitness join us today.…

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Transcript: Space4U podcast, Digger Carey, Pt. 2

Hello, I’m Andrew de Naray with the Space Foundation, and you’re listening to the Space4U podcast. Space4U is designed to tell the stories of the amazing people who make today’s space exploration possible. This podcast completes our prior episode, a conversation with former NASA astronaut and Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, retired, Digger Carey.   We…

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Ball Aerospace Names Two Washington D.C.-Based Directors to Washington Operations

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BROOMFIELD, Colo., April 14, 2021 — Ball Aerospace has named two new directors to its Washington Operations to support efforts in government relations and space science policy. Dr. Raha Hakimdavar was named director of Space Sciences, leading efforts to advance Ball’s civil space programs and pursuits with key stakeholders, including NASA, NOAA, Office of Science and…

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Transcript: Space4U podcast, Tracy Fanara

Hello, this is Andrew de Naray with the Space Foundation, and you’re listening to the Space4U podcast. Space4U is designed to tell the stories of the people who make space exploration today more accessible to all. Our guest today is Dr. Tracy Fanara, AKA Inspector Planet, AKA Dr. Tre. Tracy is currently a scientist and…

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World’s Most Powerful Hydrogen-Fueled Rocket Engine Completes Final Acceptance Test for ULA Delta IV Heavy Launch Vehicle

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STENNIS SPACE CENTER, Miss., April 12, 2021 – Today, the world’s most powerful hydrogen-fueled rocket engine built by Aerojet Rocketdyne, the RS-68A, completed its final hot-fire acceptance test for use on the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV Heavy launch vehicle on the B-1 Test Stand at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. ULA’s Delta…

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Space Foundation Adds 27 New International Teacher Liaisons

2021 Teacher Liaisons Are the Most Diverse Group of Educators Inducted to Date Thirteen teachers from nine nations outside the U.S. Program promotes space education in schools around the globe Educators participate in a virtual workshop during 36th Space Symposium COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — April 12, 2021 — Space Foundation, a nonprofit advocate organization founded in 1983…

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