2 mins read 10 Jul 2020
The Space Junk Podcast - Space Medicine with Vi Tran
The Space Junk Podcast: space medicine and roads less traveled - with SpaceAustralia.com's very own, Vi Tran
In this episode, I talk to Vi Tran, a Space Medicine student at Adelaide University. Vi’s Honours project analyses data from the Artificial Gravity Bed Rest study at the European Space Agency, with a focus on the gluteal muscles. In essence, Vi studies what might happen to butts in Space, which makes this episode, recorded over Zoom, a literal Booty Call. Outside of her research, Vi has worked with the Flying Doctor service in Broome, WA, and enjoys long-distance running. Our discussion delves into philosophy, and how she thinks about finding duty and purpose while pursuing an unconventional career path.
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Annie Handmer, currently doing a Ph.D. on international cooperation in Space, shares her conversations with people working in niche areas of the Astro industry around the world. Sometimes topical, sometimes philosophical, and always fascinating, Space Junk Podcast is an eclectic collection of insights into the Space world that will leave you with a new perspective on the final frontier.
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