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We talk with Mat and Lucas about The European Rover Challenge and they highlight our chapter in Poland. Really Good Stuff. The Poland chapter has won our University Rover Challenge multiple times and is one of our hardest working chapters.
In part 1 of Episode 9 we have Kevin Sloan talking about the top 3 new stories of the day, and the University Rover Challenge. In part 2 we’ll have Lucas and Matt from Poland talk on the European Rover challenge.
We go through last week’s honorable mention news, and talk to Gerry about San Diego Mars Society and his Mars Movies.
Part 1 of Ep. 8 of Mars Talk, We talk with Gerry Williams about Collins, Aldrin, & Trump in the oval office, Apollo 11 50th anniversary, SpaceX Crew Dragon Anomaly, and Elon wants to put an implant in your brain.
Episode 7 of Mars Talk is all about Virtual Reality and using it for the Exploration of Mars, with our two amazing experts: James Burk is our host this week, he’s the IT Director of the Mars Society and leads our MarsVR project, and Ali Zareiee who heads up our Scandinavian chapter and is a 360 camera designer and videographer. We also review the week’s news and have some fun.
00:02:41 About our Guest & Adapa360
00:12:15 InSight uncovers the mole
00:15:22 ExoMars 2020 lander suffers damage
00:16:59 SpaceX targets 2021 for Starship launch
00:21:44 OMB Trying to Kill Lunar Gateway
00:23:41 Homer Hickam – No Plan for Mars
00:30:59 Next New Frontiers Mission
00:37:09 Honorable Mention News
00:46:15 Virtual Reality & Mars
01:07:23 Questions from the Audience
01:13:57 Organization News
01:27:17 Chapter Spotlight: Scandinavian Chapter
Episode 6 of Mars Talk features Kent Nebergall talking with Christopher Tarantola about the latest Falcon Heavy Launch, NASA’s projected budget for Artemis, Elon talking about the cost of Raptor engines, Methane detection on Mars, and a sneak peak at Kent’s colony submission to the Mars Colony Contest.
00:02:06 STP-2 Falcon Heavy Launch
00:13:22 NASA’s Artemis Budget Estimate
00:34:55 SpaceX Raptor Costs
00:54:01 Mars Curiosity Smells More Methane
01:01:01 Kent’s Mars Colony Prize Submission
02:09:44 Chapter News
We had a couple of fantastic guests in Mike Newberg and Greg McCauley both of the Link Observatory Institute. We cover news of the past two weeks, aliens, space war, and tons more.
NASA Artemis Program
Dr. Robert Zubrin
NASA InSight HP3 Mole Instrument still stuck
O’Neill Cylinders vs. Planetary Settlement
1919 Eddington Expedition confirming Relativity
Honorable Mention News
Mars Society News
One Last Thing
Recorded Monday, May 27, 2019 – Hosted by Christopher Tarantola, joined by James Burk, Craig Davidson, and Dr. Robert Zubrin