Welcome to the Aerospace Historian where we feature stories told from the perspective of the people who brought aerospace to life, along with eyewitness reports from historic launch facilities that have been abandoned in place and left to fight a losing battle against harsh elements.
Topics Covered include:
- Interviews with aerospace workers about their roles in the past, present and future of aerospace
- Features and eyewitness reports from historic launch facilities that are losing the battle against the harsh environments of Florida’s Space Coast
- Stories on how the past triumphs and tragedies have shaped the current vision of aerospace
- Round table discussions with past and present aerospace workers sharing their thoughts on the health of the aerospace industry looking ahead
Historic aerospace sites are decaying more and more each day. We aim to tell their stories before it is too late. So, strap in, as we light this candle and prepare to take flight.
Hosted by third-generation aerospace worker, Ryan Anderson, the Aerospace Historian podcast features stories told from the perspective of the people and places that brought aerospace to life.
Historic aerospace sites are decaying more and more each day and we seek to tell those stories before they are lost to the sands of Cape Canaveral.
The future of human spaceflight is bright, but we must always remember the men and women who paved the way. We must also keep our eyes on the sky and always stack our rockets pointy end up.