If you’re fascinated by the idea of humans traveling through space and curious about how that all works, you’ve come to the right place. This is the official podcast of the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
Bob Dempsey, NASA flight director at the Johnson Space Center, provides an overview of NASA’s Boeing Orbital Flight Test-2, the second uncrewed test flight of the Starliner spacecraft. HWHAP Episode 205.
Women in STEM
Sophia Hahn, Shelita Hall, and Emily Anderson, NASA interns from across the agency, discuss being women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, or math), their journey to work at NASA, and the unique opportunities they have experienced during their internship. HWHAP Episode 204.
The Best of Year 4
Houston We Have a Podcast celebrates its fourth birthday with memories and clips of the team’s favorite episodes to reminisce on another year filled with weekly episodes covering launches, NASA’s Artemis program, the International Space Station, science and research, Mars, and so much more. HWHAP Episode 203.
Shawn Cvetezar, Laura Paulino, and Don Caluya, NASA interns representing NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Ames Research Center, and Johnson Space Center, respectively, reflect upon their non-traditional paths that led them to NASA and share the many areas and projects that are benefitting from their experience. HWHAP Episode 202.
Citizen Science on Station
Sarah Smith, a NASA intern, interviews students who were recently selected to fly their experiments to the International Space Station as part of the program under NASA’s STEM on Station initiative called Student Payload Opportunity with Citizen Science, or SPOCS. HWHAP Episode 201.
Dan Huot, public affairs officer at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, shares his experiences working on the first episodes of Houston We Have a Podcast, his work at NASA, and broadcasting the first humans to launch from American soil since 2011. HWHAP Episode 200.
I love this podcast! I love learning about space and the mysteries of the universe and I highly recommend it for kids and adults to listen to when there curious about space. Keep up the great work.
I definitely recommend!!!!
This podcast is amazing! I listen to the episodes every week and they explain so many questions I’ve had! I am an 11 year old space nerd and I want to work at NASA (not an astronaut) and be a botanist and an engineer. This has helped focus my interests and (oof this sounds cheesy) make me who I am today.
Omg thank you!!
Hi! I’m 10 years old and I absolutely love this podcast! I want to be an astronaut (or an engineer at NASA) when I grow up! This podcast is fascinating and sometimes I listen to it at night and I have to turn it off because I love it so much!! I like all the episodes on Mars because I find Mars really cool and interesting and I wanna go there one day or help send people there. Thank you this inspires me so much and I highly recommend without a doubt! I really hope others can be inspired too and I hope NASA waits for me to go to Mars 😉
-Mars Gurl 💫