169: A Lot of Glory to be Bathed Within
Fri, July 29, 2022
Podchat Summary
In this episode of the podcast, Stephen and Jason delve into the exciting world of space exploration. They start by discussing the first images released by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), which have taken the scientific community by storm. The hosts marvel at the breathtaking beauty of the images and discuss the telescope's capabilities and the scientific significance of its findings. They also explore the future of the JWST and its potential for exoplanet research. Moving on, the hosts touch on the recent news that Russia may leave the International Space Station (ISS) and the implications of such a move. They discuss the potential impact on international space cooperation and the future of space exploration. Finally, Stephen and Jason pay tribute to Jeff Morris, a former guest on the show who recently passed away. They reflect on his contributions to the field of space exploration and his impact on the podcast community. Overall, this episode is a fascinating exploration of the latest developments in space science and a heartfelt tribute to a beloved member of the podcast community.
Original Show Notes
Jason and Stephen pop open the hatch to marvel at the JWST's first images, talk about the SLS and wonder what is going on with Russia and the ISS.
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