|January 3||Space Songs||In an extended Space Show lasting two and a half hours, a range of songs about spaceflight.|
|Janaury 10||Summer Science Fiction||Science fiction stories from the 1950's.|
|January 10||John Young||Marking the death of six times astronaut (Gemini 3, Gemini 10, Apollo 10, Apollo 16, STS 1 and STS 9).|
Listen or download (23 min 10 s - 22.2 MB)
|January 17||Summer Science Fiction||Science fiction stories from the 1950's.|
|January24||Rocket Lab's "Still Testing" Launch||The successful launch of three satellites from New Zealand. The Space Show's edit of the live commentary from Rocket Lab in Auckland. Long silent stretches have been edited out.
Listen or download the Jan 20 launch abort (29 min 36 s - 28.4 MB)
Listen or download the "Do you want a hold?" comment (26 s - 0.4 MB)
Listen or download the January 21 successful launch of the Electron rocket (8 min 59 s - 8.6 MB)
|Janaury 24||Summer Science Fiction||Science fiction stories from the 1950's.|
|Janaury 31||Summer Science Fiction||Science fiction stories from the 1950's.|
|February 14||Falcon Heavy Maiden Launch||The first launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heravy rocket places a Tesla roadster into heliocentric orbit. Includes comments by Andrew and Jay. (Inserts courtesy SpaceX)
Listen or download (23 min 27 s - 22.5 MB)
|February 28||Tour Of Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Museum||William Parker takes us through the museum. Topics discussed include: geostationary orbit; pirates and Jules Verne; V-2 engine; cruise missile tests; range safety; Delta rocket and GPS satellites; Gemini; and Discoverer satellites.
Listen or download (17 min 53 s - 17.2 MB)