SpaceGeeks Ep. 18: No Bad Rockets

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In this episode of the SpaceGeeks podcast, Dan Leone talks to Jeffrey Rodgers: a rocket engineer on United Launch Alliance’s Atlas program who’s had a front row seat for some of the biggest launch-industry shakeups in recent memory.

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ULA engineer and prolific tweet Jeff Rogers (left) with his wife at the Mercury 7 monument near Launch Complex 14 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Credit: Jeff Rogers
In a sense, ULA is a family business: Jeff and his wife both work for the company. Here they are at the Mercury 7 monument nearby Launch Complex 14 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Despite working on the program for years, Jeff has never seen an Atlas launch in person. Credit: Jeff Rogers