Dave Farina (@daveexplains) of the Lonely Wild and Professor Dave Explains is back to finish a riveting conversation about the universe, flat earth, existence, and the future while sharing more Tower Station IPA from Mother Road Brewing.
Music at the end from the Lonely Wild with Come Back Down.
The ever-delightful Danielle Gunn (@DanielleRGunn), who is the communications manager for the Planetary Society, is back to finish off a conversation that gets more philosophical as more Double Nut Brown from Mammoth Brewing is consumed. If you enjoying thinking about the universe, this episode is just for you.
Music at the end from the great Tom Petty with Even the Losers.
Danielle Gunn (@DanielleRGunn) is the communications manager at the Planetary Society and also a delightful human being who is fascinated with space, our exploration of it, and what we already know about it. Join in with some Double Nut Brown from Mammoth Brewing to hear how she ended up in her position and what we might be up to next in the world of space exploration. A chat with Non Wels starts things off.
Music at the end from Tom Petty with Runnin’ Down a Dream.
Jeremiah and Dave share more Whiskey Barrel Brew from Indian Wells and continue their chat about System Engineering, exploring space, why it matters, and then they try to figure out what the universe feels like.
Music at the end from the Fresh and Onlys with Dream Girls.
System Engineer Jeremiah Crane, who has degrees from USC and Georgia Tech drops by to chat with David about Model Based System Engineering over some Whiskey Barrel Brew from Indian Wells. The title might sound kind of boring, but Jeremiah has lived a fascinating life and studied and interned at some very interesting places, like an electronics company in Japan. He and David have a great conversation about space travel, rockets, the universe, all of it. Grab your own Whiskey Barrel Brew and join in. A call to Steven Yates (@StevenEYates) kicks things off.
Music at the end from Motorama with Ghost.
If you would like to become a member of the Planetary Society or gift a membership to a space enthusiast in your life, click on those links.
Music at the end by Elton John with Rocket Man.
Continuation of a great chat with Farah Alibay, who has a PhD from MIT in Astronautics and works at JPL, over Punkin Ale from Dogfish Head. The talk covers lots of areas from Mars to space in general to sports to Noam Chomsky.
Music at the end from The Vibes with Numbers.
Instructional Tech Specialist Lyle Tavernier (@lyletav) from JPL brings his own homebrew to share with David and chat about space, science, education, technology, and exploring the universe. A chat with Amber (@amber914u) starts things off.
Music at the end from Sarah Ruth’s album Words on the Wind with the song Dust Bowl.
Dan Pritchard, who engineers the show, is the guest this week from Australia. Not only does he know a lot about comedy, he also raises and breeds guppies. We chat via skype about breeding Exotic Fish, comedy, life, and much more. Matthew Wielicki makes a return as we try to figure out how excited we should get for Planet Nine.