113: Season 1 Recap and Wrap Up

In the season finale of Space 3D, Eleanor, Emily, and Tom review the discussions of the season 1 interviews, and shine a light on what's coming in season 2. When Space 3D returns next fall, it will have its own feed, so be sure to like and subscribe!

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into space-faring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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112: Who We Are- Your Space 3D Hosts

This Week Eleanor, Emily, and Tom discuss their background and qualifications to cover space 3D as our first season draws to a close.

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into space-faring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

For more on Travel medicine and its associate programs, please visit
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111: Susan Ip-Jewell, Conclusion

This Week, Eleanor and Tom conclude their conversation with Susan Ip-Jewell about the future of space exploration medical capabilities including inspirations in the field, the race to Mars, astronauts for hire, the effects of simulating gravity, and more.

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into space-faring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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110: Susan Ip-Jewell, Part 2

This Week, Eleanor and Emily continues their conversation with Susan Ip-Jewell about the future of space exploration medical capabilities including radiation protection, demonstrating surgical techniques, and the benefits of keeping medical health professionals on space missions.

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into space-faring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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109: Susan Ip-Jewell, Future Capabilities

This Week, Eleanor speaks with Susan Ip-Jewel about the future of space exploration medical capabilities including analog training enironments, crew skill sets, and the use of 3D printing in space.

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into space-faring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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108: Dwight Steven Boniecki, Skylab Bonus

This Week, Eleanor and Emily takes a break from the regular episodes to present outtakes from an interview with one of the skylab mission experts, Dwight Steven-Boniecki, including a variety of anectdotes that didnt make it into the pilot episode

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into space-faring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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107: Charles Doarn, NASA Medical Advisor

This Week, Eleanor speaks with NASA Medical Advising Professor Charles Doarn on Space Health and Medicine. Topics covered include  design and history of space station Freedom, inpatient versus outpatient medicine in the Crew Healthcare system, mission duration planning in US versus Russia, the problem with antigravity surgical theaters,  physician astronauts, emergency medical evacuations and more! Stay tuned for our next episode in 2 weeks!

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into space-faring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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106: John Charles, Conclusion

This Week, Eleanor and Emily speak conclude their interview with NASA cardiovascular physiologist John Charles of Johnson Space Center. Topics covered include medical expeditions to Mars, conflicts between Operations, engineering, medical research and budget, and cryogenic fluids as far back as Skylab and Gemini . Stay tuned for our next episode in 2 weeks!

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into space-faring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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105: John Charles, Part 2

This Week, Eleanor and Tom speak continue their interview with NASA cardiovascular physiologist John Charles of Johnson Space Center. Topics covered include space motion sickness, emergency egress scenarios, dual-use spacecraft equipment, ultrasound in space, and changes in approach between astronauts and cosmonauts. Stay tuned for the conclusion of this interview in 2 weeks!

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into space-faring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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104: John Charles, Johnson Space Center

This Week, Eleanor and Tom speak with John Charles of Johnson Space Center about the medical capabilities of the space program. Topics covered include women in space, cosmic hygiene, the importance of posture, astronaut exercise equipment, physiologic adaptations of age and more!

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into spacefaring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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103: The Golden Hour part 2: Dr James Logan

In part 2 of their launch episode, co-hosts Eleanor O'Rangers and Emily Carney speak with Dr James Logan about Space Station Freedom and its influence on future intergalactic medical mission support. Topics covered include space station medical capabilities, intergalactic dentistry, pharmaceutical cabinets, medical officer selection, astronaut death management, and more! 

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into spacefaring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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102: The Golden Hour- Dr James Logan

In this episode, co-hosts Eleanor O'Rangers and Emily Carney speak with Dr James Logan about Space Station Freedom and its influence on future intergalactic medical mission support. Topics covered include health maintenance, categorical triage, cosmic ambulances, the golden hour philosophy, crew training and selection, and more! 

Space 3D is a biweekly production of Travel MDia and the Travel Medicine Podcast. Stay tuned for more fascinating looks into spacefaring humanity, technology and culture. For more on topics covered here, please visit Space Hipsters Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacehipsters/about/ or Space Medicine Associate’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/122482217766567/.

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101: Dwight Steven Boniecki

For their debut, the Space3D crew is traveling to Skylab to learn about the medical aspects and workday anecdotes of life in space!

Dwight Steven-Boniecki was born in Sydney, Australia in 1969, a few months before man
walked on the moon. He spent much of his childhood fascinated with space exploration -
growing up in the shadow of Apollo and under the direct influence of science fiction films such
as Star Wars. The latter shaped his desire to work in the film/television industry.
Having worked in the television industry in Australia, the United States, Great Britain and
Germany for nearly 25 years, Dwight’s professional qualifications helped to complement his
understanding of the pioneering television achievements of the U.S. space program.
Initially to satisfy his own curiosity, Dwight combined his professional background with his
interest in spaceflight and researched the television systems developed by NASA. To his
dismay, he discovered that while the information was available, it was not easy to access, and
had never been comprehensively written about. He set about to change that, and ended up
writing the award-winning book, "Live TV From the Moon" as well as “Live TV From Orbit.”