Fourteen disabled crew members took trip on a Zero-G flight, conducting research with the hope of making space accessible for all.
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A 3D printed rocket could soon take flight. Where does it fit in to a growing launch market?
28:00Relativity Space plans to launch its first 3D printed rocket this week, joining a growing number of commercial launch companies. We'll hear from CEO Tim Ellis about the compnay's plans and industry analyst Caleb Henry about its place in this market.
Measuring the sound of rockets & NSYNC's Lance Bass chronicles "The Last Soviet" in space
28:00NASA's Artemis I launch was really loud. That's according to new research by physicists hoping to better understand the behavior of rocket sounds. Plus, boy band superstar Lance Bass talks about his new podcast "The Last Soviet."
Starship & stitches: A look at SpaceX's Super Heavy test firing and the history of space mission patches
28:00SpaceX completed a critical test of its Super Heavy booster. NASASpaceflight.com's Chris Gebhardt explains what's next for the massive vehicle that will take us to places like the moon and Mars? Plus, a look at this history of space mission patches with CollectSpace's Robert Pearlman.