I’m Anthony Colangelo.

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

Episode 72 - Our Interest in Trash


Dr. Justin Walsh, co-PI of the International Space Station Archaeological Project, joins Jake and Anthony to talk about how to do archaeology on a space station and what they’re up to on the ISS.

Episode 71 - Full-On Frenemy Territory


Anthony is joined by Christian Davenport of The Washington Post and Loren Grush of The Verge to talk about Loren’s JWST birthday present, Artemis 1 getting its initial launch dates, the occasional Long March 5B reentry, and everything else that has been going on in the world of space news.

Episode 70 - Send Jupes


Nadia Drake joins Jake and Anthony to obsess over the JWST images released this week and to talk about the telescope’s first few months of operation.

Episode 69 - Was That NASA or MythBusters?


Anthony is joined by Joe Barnard of BPS.Space and Tim Dodd (the Everyday Astronaut!) to talk about how to cook meat with a very fast rocket, what life is like in Boca Chica lately, and…what has NASA been doing with those chickens?

Episode 68 - Pop It Back Up There


Eric Berger of Ars Technica joins Jake and Anthony to discuss Administrator Bill Nelson a year into his tenure and whether he’s been good or bad for NASA.

Episode T+220: Artemis Architecture (with Eric Berger)

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Eric Berger of Ars Technica joins me to talk about the Artemis Program’s space suits, expensive launch sites, maybe-cheaper-but-at-least-not-as-delayed launch sites, vehicles, and its manifest over the next decade. Plus, a few bonus topics like Astra, Firefly, and Lori Garver’s new book.

Episode 66 - My Next One is “Fiction”


Lori Garver, former NASA Deputy Administrator, champion of commercial spaceflight, and longtime space pirate, joins Jake and Anthony to discuss her upcoming book “Escaping Gravity” and to tell some stories from her incredible career.

Episode 64 - In Between is Hot Topic


Engineer, Consultant and STEM evangelist Lauren Lyons joins Jake and Anthony to talk about her diverse career at SpaceX, Blue Origin and Firefly, and the unique and interesting paths the space industry can take you on.