NASA EDGE Audiofiles

NASA EDGE is different. Unscripted and unpredictable, NASA EDGE takes a unique look in and around the greatest space program on the planet.

BONUS: ICON Mission’s System Safety Engineer

November 8th, 2018

BONUS EPISODE:  Chris speaks with Samantha Resop to find out what a System Safety Engineer does for the ICON Mission.

ICON Mission and Launch Services Program Office

November 8th, 2018

Co-Host Tiffany speaks with Mic Woltman from the Launch Services Program Office about the ICON Mission.

ICON Mission and Northrop Grumman

November 8th, 2018

Blair spoke with Robert Lockwood, Northrop Grumman's Science And Environmental Satellites Program Director, about the ICON Mission.

ICON Mission’s L-1011 Chief Pilot

November 8th, 2018

Standing next to the L-1011 and the Pegasus rocket, Chris spoke with Don Walter the L-1011's Chief Pilot about the ICON Mission.

ICON Mission’s L-1011 Senior Program Manager

November 8th, 2018

Out at the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Blair had an opportunity to speak to Ed Dunlap the L-1011 Senior Program Manager.

ICON Project Systems Engineer

November 8th, 2018

Blair sits down with Ellen Taylor the ICON Project Systems Engineer at the University of California, Berkeley.

 

ICON Principal Investigator

November 8th, 2018

Chris speaks with Thomas Immel the ICON Principal Investigator ahead of launch.

ICESat-2 Tower Rollback

October 1st, 2018

NASA EDGE provided live coverage of the scheduled tower rollback for United Launch Alliance’s final Delta II rocket carrying the ICESat-2 spacecraft.

Parker Solar Probe Tower Rollback

August 28th, 2018

NASA EDGE provided live coverage of the scheduled tower rollback for the Delta IV Heavy carrying the Parker Solar Probe just prior to launch from Space Launch Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Station in Florida.

Dragonfly Program Manager

July 12th, 2018

NASA EDGE interviews Dragonfly Program Manager Jennifer Dawson about the latest developments in robotic assembly in space, and how having this flexibility allows NASA and its partners to think differently about building and operating structures in space.