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2009 Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge Winners - 09.11 (2009-11-02) (DELETED)
Ok, so we've told you the basics on the Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge and if you missed them you can head to our website and search for NGLLC. But, what you haven't heard is the unofficial, ... [View]

A new beginning for America's Space Programs - Spacevidcast Live SVC-12M (2011-05-27)
In tradition of not wanting a launch (or live show) to end in the number 13, this episode has been re-named to SVC-12M. Why that numbering system? Well, we explain it in the open of the show! A lot ... [View]

Armadillo Aerospace MOD first flight in the first set (2008-10-25) (DELETED)
This is the first launch attempt of Armadillo Aerospace's MOD rocket at the 2008 X PRIZE Foundation's Northrup Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge [View]

Armadillo Aerospace MOD first flight in the second set (2008-10-25) (DELETED)
This is the second launch attempt of Armadillo Aerospace's MOD rocket at the 2008 X PRIZE Foundation's Northrup Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge [View]

Lessons Learned - Live Show 4.16 (2011-06-27) (DELETED)
Sometimes launching rockets isn't as easy as it may seem. Armadillo Aerospace is a NewSpace company looking to take you and me to the stars. Led by fearless leader John Carmack this amazing little ... [View]

n3rd crush, possible STS-134 delay, SS2 and more! Live Show 4.08 (2011-04-03) (DELETED)
The wiki article containing links and additional information on each story can be found here: Stories covered: NASA Tweetup Nerds ZOMGDUDELOLZ! Possible delay of STS-134 to ... [View]

Shuttle Program ends, Russian Program Expands - SpacePods 2010.07.07 (2010-07-07)
While the Space Shuttle Program may be winding down, the Russian Soyuz program is in high demand. This is your SpacePod for July 7th, 2010.-------With the Space Shuttle Program winding down the ... [View]

Space Shuttle Discovery at the pad - SpacePod 2010.10.13 (2010-10-13)
CAPE CANAVERAL -- The space shuttle Discovery, its nosed pointed toward the sky, its belly attached to the massive, orange External Tank (ET) and twin Solid Rocket Boosters (SRB) slowly but surely ... [View]

SpaceX and Iridium, Rocket teeth and more! Live Show 3.21 (2010-06-20) (DELETED)
SpaceX has won a contract to launch over 60 new Iridium satellites in to orbit. Did you know Iridium was actually still around and launching new birds? Me neither. [View]

SpaceX Falcon 9 Flight 2 Launch Webcast (2010-12-08)
This is the live webcast for the Falcon 9 Flight 2 from Space Exploration Technologies or SpaceX. The second Falcon 9 rocket launched for SLC-40 in Florida carrying the first Dragon COTS demo unit. [View]

STS-131 Launch via Space Shuttle Discovery in HD - 04/05/2010 (2010-04-05) (DELETED)
At 10:21 UTC on 04/05/2010 one of the final four Space Shuttle missions lifted off for Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Space Shuttle Discovery and her crew of 7 will be bringing Leonardo to the ... [View]

The first SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Flight (2010-06-06) (DELETED)
On June 4th, 2010 at 14:30 UTC the first ever Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Space Launch Complex 40, Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Carrying the Dragon Spacecraft Qualification Unit this flight ... [View]

The little spacecraft that could: Hayabusa - SpacePod 2010.06.22 (2010-06-22) (DELETED)
Last week JAXA had a huge success in safely landing its Hayabusa craft in Australia. But before we go in to that, lets back up and talk a bit about what Hayabusa is and how we got to this point.On ... [View]

Winning with Rockets at the 2009 Northrop Grumman Lunar Land (2009-10-08) (NEW)
As if it wasn't exciting enough, this year's Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge is getting more and more interesting each day! At the start of this competition season we had three teams ... [View]

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