For SpaceUpClose.com & RocketSTEM
AMERICAN SPACE MUSEUM, TITUSVILLE, FL – Watch my live interview discussion of current space missions and launches on the Fri Sept. 18 edition of the ‘Stay Curious’ daily weekday space show presented and hosted by Marq Marquette and the American Space Museum, Titusville, FL, direct from the Florida Space Coast:
Watch my live and complete ‘Stay Curious’ interview on Sept. 18, 2020 on many space topics
Our 25th "Stay Curious" week ends with space journalist Dr. Ken Kremer joining MarQ & Marty to update you on the lastest news from the Space Coast…all to bridge the space between us.
Posted by American Space Museum & Space Walk of Fame on Friday, September 18, 2020
Video Caption: Space Journalist Dr. Ken Kremer updates “Stay Curious” on space news on Sept. 18, 2020. Our 25th “Stay Curious” week ends with space journalist Dr. Ken Kremer joining MarQ & Marty to update you on the latest news from the Space Coast…all to bridge the space between us. Credit: American Space Museum
Among the topics up for discussion were the just scrubbed SpaceX Starlink launch due to poor weather from Hurricane Sally and other tropical storms in the Atlantic, upcoming SpaceX & ULA launches including NROL 44 spysat, Starlink and Crew-1 astronaut launch to the ISS.
Also current status of NASA’s Artemis human moon landing goal of 2024, NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover, discovery of Phosphine (PH3) and implications as biomarker for life, upcoming Antares Cygnus cargo launch to the ISS from NASA Wallops
Also a COVID-19 update with three Phase 3 candidates undergoing trials for safety and efficacy + Wear your Mask!!
Learn about the Mars 2020 Mission created by RocketSTEM and Space UpClose – an unofficial guide to NASA’s Perseverance rover mission with an overview article about the rover written by myself.
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We concluded with a tribute to 4 time astronaut Gen. Tom Stafford on the occasion of his 90th birthday a month after the 45th anniversary of his Apollo-Soyuz mission with cosmonaut Gen Alexei Leonov.
We are wearing custom sewn space themed masks available from retired space shuttle technician Jean Wright
Watch my prior ‘Stay Curious’ appearance as a guest host in a joint program with Jean Wright on Aug. 14:
Filling in for MarQ today are space journalist Ken Kremer and launch photographer/Shuttle “Sew Sister” Jean Wright, who will take you behind the scenes of covering rocket launches on the Cape Canaveral “Rocket Ranch.” Marty is behind the camera to keep Ken & Jean in line, and help you “Stay Curious!”
Posted by American Space Museum & Space Walk of Fame on Friday, August 14, 2020
More of my prior guest appearances on Stay Curious
Space journalist Dr. Ken Kremer gives the latest insight to the successful crew Dragon Endeavour flight of SpaceX. MarQ & Marty ask Ken about the crewed flight, as well as the Mars rover launch—all to help you “Stay Curious.”
Posted by American Space Museum & Space Walk of Fame on Monday, August 3, 2020
Get the latest on the Mars Rover to launch Thursday morning from rocket photographer Dr. Ken Kremer, and planetarium director Derek Demeter. Ken has a website, www.spaceupclose.com, and Derek is the stargazer at Emil Buehler Planetarium at Seminole State College in Sanford, Fla. “Stay Curious” and learn about Mars!
Posted by American Space Museum & Space Walk of Fame on Monday, July 27, 2020
Watch Ken’s continuing reports about Starlink, Commercial Crew and Artemis and onsite for live reporting of upcoming and recent SpaceX and ULA launches including Demo-2, Starlink, X-37B, Solar Orbiter, Mars 2020 and more at the Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
Stay tuned here for Ken’s continuing Earth and Planetary science and human spaceflight news: www.kenkremer.com –www.spaceupclose.com – twitter @ken_kremer – email: ken at kenkremer.com
Dr. Kremer is a research scientist and journalist based in the KSC area, active in outreach and interviewed regularly on TV and radio about space topics.
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