I’m Anthony Colangelo.

And here’s the megafeed of everything I’ve been doing.

Episode T+217: Artemis Accords, with Mike Gold

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Mike Gold, Executive Vice President of Civil Space Business Development and External Affairs at Redwire, joins me to talk about his previous role at NASA, where he served as Associate Administrator for Space Policy and Partnerships, and was the driving influence behind the Artemis Accords.

Episode 61 - Santa Claus is Hypersonic

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Brian Weeden, Director of Program Planning for Secure World Foundation, joins Jake and Anthony to talk about the recent ASAT testing ban announced by Vice President Harris, and the effects the space industry has been having on the war in Ukraine.

Episode T+216: Orbital Reef, with Brent Sherwood (SVP of Advanced Development Programs at Blue Origin)

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Brent Sherwood, Senior Vice President of Advanced Development Programs for Blue Origin, joins me to talk about Orbital Reef. We talk about the long history leading up to this architecture, the nature of their partnership with Sierra Space and other team members, the parts of the program that are specific to their contract with NASA on the Commercial LEO Destinations project, and dive into how their business strategy might play out in the near future.

Episode T+215: CAPSTONE, with Brad Cheetham, CEO of Advanced Space

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Brad Cheetham, co-founder, CEO, and President of Advanced Space joins me to talk about their upcoming CAPSTONE mission. We talk about how the mission came to be, what it’s been like working with NASA and the other partners on the mission, and then dive into the nerdy details of the trajectory it’s flying to the moon, the orbits it will operate in, how its autonomous positioning system works, and how it might be used in the future.

Episode 57 - Ford Taurus-Littrow

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Caleb Henry of Quilty Analytics joins Jake and Anthony to talk about Amazon’s Kuipermania launch contract, and what it was like to moderate panels at the 2022 Space Symposium.

Episode T+213: Amazon’s Project Kuiper Launch Contract Blockbuster

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Amazon is purchasing up to 83 launches from Arianespace, Blue Origin and United Launch Alliance—in addition to the 9 Atlas V launches they bought last year—to deploy their Project Kuiper constellation. This is a huge deal that changes the game for heavy lift launch providers, and has major implications for the small launch providers in the industry.

Episode 56 - Export Control is Like Fight Club

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Philip Sloss of NASASpaceflight joins Jake and Anthony to talk about the rollout and wet dress rehearsal for Artemis 1, and to go behind-the-scenes on how he does his incredibly-in-depth reporting and coverage of SLS.

Episode 55 - I’ve Slept on a Torpedo

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Tory Bruno, CEO of United Launch Alliance, joins Jake and Anthony to talk about how he got into space, his background in engineering, the shift from engineering to management, and the future of ULA and the rest of the space industry.

Episode T+211: Political and Industrial Fallout of the War

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A follow-up on my last show with Debra Werner about the war in Ukraine and all the fallout from it, both political and industrial. Everything from the NASA budgets for 2022 and 2023, NASA telling astronauts to stop tweeting, the increased importance of European human spaceflight, and how the launch industry might shift in the future.

Episode 52 - We Have All of Them

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Anthony is joined by Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut, and Roland Miller, a photographer who has spent years documenting space hardware of all varieties. We’ll talk about Roland’s work, and go behind the scenes on his two published books (Abandoned In Place, Interior Space) and his next book (Orbital Planes) coming out this spring.

Episode 51 - Hubbles In Reverse

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Scott Tilley, an amateur satellite tracker, joins Jake and Anthony to talk about tracking Chang’e-5 back to the Moon and into a Distant Retrograde Orbit, how he and the wider community of amateur satellite trackers do what they do, and what else he’s been tracking lately.