10 episodes

Purdue Space Podcast covers the main event for the Midwest Rocketry Forum: a conference that invites all students, researchers, faculty, professionals, and teams passionate or curious about rockets to share, network, and discover the world of rocketry. The Midwest Rocketry Forum is inspired by the Spring Space Forum, an annual event run by Purdue Space Program (formerly Purdue SEDS) from 1998 until 2013 at Purdue University. The event hopes to retain the same spirit of bringing in industry professionals to discuss and debate the space industry.

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Purdue Space Podcast covers the main event for the Midwest Rocketry Forum: a conference that invites all students, researchers, faculty, professionals, and teams passionate or curious about rockets to share, network, and discover the world of rocketry. The Midwest Rocketry Forum is inspired by the Spring Space Forum, an annual event run by Purdue Space Program (formerly Purdue SEDS) from 1998 until 2013 at Purdue University. The event hopes to retain the same spirit of bringing in industry professionals to discuss and debate the space industry.

    The Next Footprints

    The Next Footprints

    The MRF team talks about their experiences and thoughts on the podcast so far, and welcomes on other members of Purdue Space Program to talk about their experiences. (Production of...

    • 36 min
    The Cutting Edge

    The Cutting Edge

    Jack talks with Tim Buzza, employee #5 at SpaceX, and Madison Telles, mission assurance engineer at Virgin Orbit, about the transformation of the commercial space industry and the challenges that...

    • 1 hr 26 min
    First Steps

    First Steps

    Brynne sits down with some of the original Purdue SEDS executive board members and discusses the chapter in the 90s and where they ended up in the aerospace industry and...

    • 1 hr 35 min
    Avionics: Then and Now (Part 2)

    Avionics: Then and Now (Part 2)

    Mark Paral continues the two-part series as we take a look between the rocket computers and electronics of the past and today. In the second part, he talks with Pádraig...

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Avionics: Then and Now (Part 1)

    Avionics: Then and Now (Part 1)

    Mark Paral kicks off a two-part series as we take a look between the rocket computers and electronics of the past and today. The first part takes us back to...

    • 1 hr 57 min
    Pioneers

    Pioneers

    Eric talks with Tory Bruno of ULA about his history in aerospace, the current state of the launch industry, and the future of space exploration and commercial space. (Production of...

    • 1 hr 52 min

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