From Earth orbit to the Moon and Mars, explore the world of human spaceflight with NASA each week on the official podcast of the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Listen to in-depth conversations with the astronauts, scientists and engineers who make it possible.
Mars Audio Log #7
The CHAPEA crew checks in on their seventh month in a Mars simulated habitat and NASA experts discuss the impacts that spaceflight has on astronauts’ health. This is the seventh audio log of a monthly series. HWHAP Episode 324.
The Crew-8 cadre discusses their backgrounds ahead of their launch to the International Space Station. HWHAP Episode 323.
NASA and Intuitive Machines experts discuss the science and operations behind the IM-1 mission ahead of its journey to land on the Moon’s surface. HWHAP Episode 322.
Where to Land on the Moon
NASA experts discuss the considerations when looking at landing locations for future human missions to the Moon’s surface. HWHAP Episode 321.
Mars Audio Log #6
The CHAPEA crew gives an update as they hit their halfway mark of their yearlong mission, and human performance scientists discuss exercising in a simulated Mars habitat. This is the sixth audio log of a monthly series. HWHAP Episode 320.
Return of OREx: Part III
Planetary scientists and OSIRIS-REx co-investigators at NASA's Johnson Space Center walk us through the processes and emotions of working in the lab with asteroid Bennu’s precious samples. HWHAP Episode 319.
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