In this episode, Beth discusses:
- NASA Lands on Mars (earlier this week) with InSight
- The who, what, where, when and why this Mars mission, and what it means for us on Earth.
- The excitement of landing in “the most boring place on Mars.”
- Entry and decent are the most critical parts of any landing mission.
- Each landing tells us what we can do new.
- When we understand what’s around us, it helps us understand our place in space.
- Happy 20th Birthday, International Space Station!
“Looking at Mars planetary history helps define our planetary history.” — Beth Mund
About Beth Mund:
Beth’s love for space started as a Space Camp attendee at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, where she would return years later as an instructor. After grad school, Beth worked as a journalist, a technical writer for Motorola, and then went on to serve as a Public Affairs Officer for the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. In addition, Beth worked to support the International Space Station program as a communication specialist. In Chicago, Beth worked as a corporate communication advisor to Fortune 50 companies including Allstate and United Airlines. She’s worked as a college instructor, a political advisor, and public relations manager for her hometown city. Beth recently founded Stellar Communications, LLC and travels the country as a keynote speaker- inspiring audiences with her lessons learned from our nation’s space program. She’s the host of the Casual Space Podcast, and a self-proclaimed space geek.
Connect with Beth Mund:
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