There’s a lot going on up there. Join space reporter Brendan Byrne each week as he explores space exploration. From efforts to launch humans into deep space, to the probes exploring our solar system, Are We There Yet? brings you the latest in news from the space beat. Listen to interviews with astronauts, engineers and visionaries as humanity takes its next giant leap exploring our universe.
Seeing the clouds of Titan
The Webb Space Telescope has captured weather on Titan, one of the moons of Saturn.
To the moon, for good?
NASA's Artemis I mission is a big step in the agency's plans for permanent presence on the moon. Just how close is the agency to that goal, and what is left to be done?
From the moon to Mars
NASA's Artemis I mission has made it to the moon. We check in with the mission and preview what's ahead. Plus, the new documentary "Goodnight Oppy" chronicles a planned 90 day mission on Mars that lasted 15 years.
Artemis I, take three
NASA’s next moon mission could take flight this week. Artemis I is poised to launch from Kennedy Space Center as early as Wednesday morning. The mission has faced a handful of obstacles, from engine issues, a gas leak, to riding out a hurricane.
The Pillars of Creation in a brand new light
We’re getting a fresh new look at this cosmic nursery thanks to the James Webb Space Telescope.
Zero G and I feel fine
What’s it like to feel weightless, like the astronauts on the International Space Station?
Space Coast’s best podcast
This podcast is put on by WMFE, the local Orlando PBS station and is probably THE MOST UNDERRATED space exploration podcast on the air today. Very interesting topics and guests. Very well done show!
This show is awesome! Are We There Yet?offers an awesome blend of technical and non-technical topics that are broken down so that anyone can understand. I HIGHLY recommend this show to anyone with an inkling of interest in the science of space and the latest and greatest news of the space industry.
Meh, really really boring. Same old… old rich people talking about the same old things. I wish I was a over privileged spoiled person with resources to be as delusional as these people.