I’m Anthony Colangelo.

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

Episode T+267: Vulcan, New Glenn, Peregrine, Artemis

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I catch up with a round up of stories from January: ULA’s first Vulcan launch, Blue Origin’s success with its BE-4 engines and what it means for their year, Astrobotic’s Peregrine mission, JAXA’s SLIM mission, and NASA’s announcement of Artemis delays.

Episode 138 - Double SPAC

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Jake and Anthony are joined by Will Francis, Chief Commercial Officer at Agile Space Industries, to talk about his path through the industry—from co-founding Roccor, to being acquired by Redwire, to joining Agile—and what he’s learned along the way.

Episode 136 - A Little Bit Better Than Arianespace

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Jake and Anthony are joined by Joe Barnard to present The Off-Nominees: the most bizarre space news stories of the year. We’ll debate what went the most comedically wrong this year, crown a winner, and also score some 2023 predictions.

Episode 133 - I’m an Adult with a Job

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Jake and Anthony are joined by photographer Andrew McCarthy to talk about his journey into astrophotography, his process, and let’s be real, to gawk at his work. And also to convince Jake to buy telescopes.

Episode 132 - Boneless Skineater

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Jake and Anthony are joined by Tom Mueller, founder, CEO, and CTO of Impulse Space and former Propulsion CTO at SpaceX. We’ll talk about what Impulse Space is up to, including their literally-just-launched first mission to space.

Episode 131 - AAA for Science

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Jake and Anthony are joined by Dr. Tanya Harrison to talk about the Earth and Planetary Institute of Canada that she—along with very-recent guest, Dr. Gordon Osinski!—founded and announced just a few weeks back.

Episode T+262: Printing a Meniscus in the BioFabrication Facility (with Dr. Molly Mulligan and Dr. Ken Savin of Redwire)

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Dr. Molly Mulligan and Dr. Ken Savin of Redwire join me to talk about successfully 3D bioprinting the first human knee meniscus on the International Space Station in their BioFabrication Facility, how this work fits into the near and far future of both health and the space market at large, and to discuss a wide-ranging set of related topics.

Episode 129 - Tier 1 Gifts

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Jake and Anthony are joined by Dr. Gordon Osinski from the University of Western Ontario and member of the Artemis 3 Geology team which will develop surface science plans for the first lunar EVAs since Apollo.

Episode 128 - These Were Bad Movies

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Jake and Anthony are joined by Stephen Hackett, co-founder of Relay FM and fellow space nerd, to talk about the ever-present SLS drama of the day, how Relay’s St. Jude fundraiser went, and partake in the first Terrible Space Movie Review Show™ in which we try to convince Stephen to watch our favorite of a bad batch of movies we watched.