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The recent announcement of phosphine being detected in Venus' atmosphere could have a major effect on future scientific missions, so Jason is excited about space blimps again. Then, Stephen walks through NASA's most recent Artemis roadmap, and the guys discuss what the future of the program could look like if the White House changes hands next year.

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Rocket startup Astra’s first orbital launch attempt ends early due to first-stage burn failure | TechCrunch
We Have Liftoff! | Astra
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NASA releases ISS commercialization plan - SpaceNews
NeXTcube - Wikipedia
Charlie Bolden says the quiet part out loud: SLS rocket will go away | Ars Technica
Bolden talks expectations for Biden’s space policy - POLITICO
Discovery of noxious gas on Venus could be a sign of life - The Verge
On Venus, Cloudy With a Chance of Microbial Life - The New York Times
Missions Are Already Being Planned to Figure Out What's Creating the Biosignature on Venus - Universe Today
Could there be life on Venus? | The Planetary Society
The Search for Life on Venus Could Start With Rocket Lab - The New York Times
Allan Hills 84001 - Wikipedia
NASA Selects 4 Possible Missions to Study Secrets of the Solar System | NASA
Dragonfly's Journey to Titan | NASA
Venera - Wikipedia
EnVision (spacecraft) - Wikipedia
High Altitude Venus Operational Concept (HAVOC)
NASA Publishes Artemis Plan to Land First Woman, Next Man on Moon | NASA
NASA makes push for full funding of Artemis human lunar lander program - SpaceNews
Commercial Lunar Payload Services | NASA
NASA Selects First Science Instruments to Send to Gateway
The End of Everything: (Astrophysically Speaking) by Katie Mack - Amazon

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