This week on the Space Explored Podcast Seth and Derek discuss what it means for Jeff Bezos to go to space, new Super Heavy boosters, Europa Clipper getting a new ride to Jupiter, and more.
Editor's note: Seth misremembered a source and stated that the new Nauka module for the ISS was a spare of the original Zarya module. While it was built from Zarya spare parts it was not a full spare.
Seth Kurkowski @SethKurk
Derek Wise @derekiswise
Top stories this week: Blue Origin fly oldest and youngest humans, Falcon Heavy to launch Europa Clipper, and moreElon tweets this week: Super Heavy static fire, smaller Starship fins and a new high bayNew International Space Station module ‘Nauka’ overcomes many issues while in orbitFalcon Heavy selected by NASA to launch Europa Clipper mission previously tied to SLSBoeing’s OFT-2 mission completes its Flight Readiness Review before launchWho makes the cut for FAA Astronaut Wings?Blue Origin launches youngest and oldest humans to space alongside Jeff and Mark BezosSpaceX Starship Super Heavy Booster 3 breathes to life for the first time with static fire
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