We catch you up on what we’ve been up to, plus we talk about future activities in the works for the program. The Rocket n00b talks about his experiments involving the weight of paint. Does the weight of paint have … Continue reading
Tomorrow (December 4, 2016) we will try a test of a live audio stream the show. You can listen as we do the show, and chat with us at the same time! To do this, sign by registering on our … Continue reading
Jason Cook from Insane Rocketry joins us for a fun episode of The Rocketry Show. He talks about his cool product, and talks rocketry with the gang. We also fall into a discussion on the recent success of the Sky … Continue reading
Welcome to Episode 36! Gheem is away working with his TARC team, so Joe Barnard sits in with CG and the n00b. We go through the mailbag, and respond to listener feedback, and talk about our Patreon site. Daniel, The … Continue reading
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The rocketry show team are joined by Dr. Mike Nowak to discus the 2016 Federation Aeronautique Internationale (FAI) Spacemodeling World Championship competitions. The US competitors did well, and he was a member of the US team. Mike Nowak is also … Continue reading
October 8, 2016 marked the second anniversary of the show. We look back on the first episode, when the show was just emerging from its primordial stages. Boy, have things changed!
In this episode, the theme is #rocketober. What is it? Look here! We also talk about some NASA & ESA news, our rocket projects. We were sent a really great article on Mach Diamonds that we are sharing with you … Continue reading
Season 3 starts off on a high note as we are joined by former NASA Astronaut, Col. Rick Searfoss. He joins us to talk about rockets, The Space Shuttle, and being an astronaut!
CG, Daniel, and Gheem team up primarily to test the new studio gear, but along they catch you up on their events on summer break since last month. We talk about the “Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly” (RUD) of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 … Continue reading