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Casual Space

Jun 24, 2021

There are *billions* of dollars’ worth of invaluable imagery, information, and data available, for free from NASA, NOAA, ESA, and more but unfortunately, sometimes it can be hard to get to… and hard to use. The folks at Element 84, a software development firm specializing in large scale geospatial data systems and...


Jun 17, 2021

“How might we prepare today’s students for humanities multi-planet future?” -Mark Wagner, Casual Space Podcast 

How will we go to school in space? What will we need to learn? What do the “classrooms” look like? And who will be our “teachers?” Mark and the team at ARES Learning have thought about these...


Jun 10, 2021

People often ask me what it was like as a “NASA” insider. On this episode of Casual Space, one of the very best of the best, Michael Ciannilli joins me to share highlights and lessons learned from more than 25 years at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.  Michael “Mike” Ciannilli is NASA’s manager of the Apollo,...


Jun 3, 2021

“Everything in a NASA mission patch exists for a purpose. Every part is deliberate and important.”  -KSCArtist Tim Gagnon, from Casual Space Podcast

 

Have you ever really looked at a mission patch? Every detail was designed and put in place specifically for a reason.  Artist Tim Gagnon has “had the honor and...


May 20, 2021

What happens when we integrate multi-media art with space, science, and technology? Neuroscientist Jancy McPhee is the founder and executive director of SciArt Exchange, an organization providing science and art fusion programs and celebrations of creative innovations. 

 

Jancy McPhee works as a Multidisciplinary...