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Alex G. Orphanos, Science Communicator
Today In Space
The award-winning space science podcast about all things space! Hosted by Alex G. Orphanos, science communicator, maker, and aerospace engineer. Our mission: to spread love and spread science!
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 17 ratings
I like this podcast. Alex creates digestible episodes on what is happening “today in space.” Informative and well thought through. Interesting also learning on his insights on 3d printing and it’s applications in outer space
janeasperusual via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/10/21
Visit another podcast. Vague and vacuous. No information provided except for ‘I haven’t been diagnosed but’. ‘Build a solar power satellite…’. Save time and listen or read science as opposed to this nonsense. Everyday astronaut provides details. This podcast provides best wishes. Well...Read full review »
Science Grad Guy via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/19/21
One of my Favorite Podcasts
Alex is a great host that makes science and space so much fun. The intelligence in this podcast is fantastic.
Time Traveling Madman via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/06/21
Recent Episodes
This week, there have been some thoughts brewing that I keep circling back to. It's got some layers: What kind of skills will the first humans living on another planet need to survive? What is the first 50-100 years of humans living in space going to be like? If people are living somewhere,...
Published 01/21/22
Published 01/21/22
On this week's episode we share some thoughts on just how significant the success of James Webb Space Telescope is so far after being assembled in space on its way to 1 million miles from Earth at L2. There's a lot we will learn about existence after the big bang thanks to JWST, and we know that...
Published 01/13/22
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