Artists Of Life Podcast with Brett Loving- Episode #8 Astronaut Painter Nicole Stott
Artists Of Life podcast
Nicole Marie Passonno Stott is an American engineer and a retired NASA astronaut. She served as a Flight Engineer on ISS Expedition 20 and Expedition 21 and was a Mission Specialist on STS-128 and STS-133. IG: @astro_nicole@brettlovingWEB:brettloving.com
Director Todd Thompson and Astronaut Nicole Stott on The Backpack Show
The Backpack Show
Todd Thompson comes by to talk about "Woman in Motion," his documentary around "Star Trek" legend Nichelle Nichols' campaign to bring diversity to NASA. Also joining us is astronaut, aquanaut, and artist Nicole Stott. We'll talk with Nicole about her work for NASA, and her book, "Back to Earth: What Life in Space Taught Me About Our Home Planet — and Our Mission to Protect It." http://womaninmotionmovie.com/
Hosted by Robin Ince and Dr Helen Czerski this episode of the Science Shambles podcast is an audio recording of our weekly Sunday Science Q and A show that goes out at 3pm GMT on our YouTube channel. This episode marks one year since our very first lockdown livestream. Robin and Helen are joined by very special guest engineer and astronaut Nicole Stott to talk about the engineering on the ISS, painting in space and breakfast desserts... Watch them on our YouTube channel at youtube.com/cosmicshambles and get bonus content and extended conversations with guests by subscribing at patreon.com/cosmicshambles
Ep. 72: Nicole Stott - Lessons From Space For Life On Earth
Dear Life with Christina Rasmussen
There are some people that come by your life and you realize that they are not only special because of what their impact has been on our world but also who they are as a human being. This was the first interview I did for the Dear Life podcast. And I remember feeling so nervous not only because it was the first episode but also because I was meeting someone I admired so much. Nicole Stott is someone that has a perspective of the earth and life that only about 500 people in history have ever had the opportunity to experience. Extraordinary, right!? Nicole not only is an astronaut but also an artist who creatively combines the awe and wonder of her spaceflight experience with her artwork. And of course it’s important to note that this conversation was originally recorded in May 2019, when the world was a much different place, and the global pandemic we’ve been facing with COVID-19 seemed like the plot of a science fiction movie! However, this conversation feels more timely than ever as the pandemic and other world events remind us of our interconnectedness and interdependence with each other and all living things on this planet. “There is an undeniable interconnectivity. The impact we have on each other is timeless.” ~ Nicole Stott, Astronaut and Artist One of the things that I love the most about Nicole is that she is just so down to earth. She spoke about her most challenging, scary, and doubtful moments she encountered during her training for her space missions and also experiencing her first space walk. We also talk a lot about the Overview Effect and what her time in space has taught her about all of our lives here on earth. She is passionate about remembering that, as she puts it, “we are all crew members on spaceship Earth.” Nicole shares why she is feeling hopeful for the future and the need for taking ACTION and personal responsibility, again this message is needed now more than ever! We talked about how she combines her unique experiences on the International Space Station and her love of art and creation to raise awareness about solutions to our planetary challenges and the surprising connection between science and art. I hope it will inspire you in your own life, because it certainly inspired me. More About Nicole Stott Nicole Stott is an Astronaut, Aquanaut, and Artist who creatively combines the awe and wonder of her spaceflight experience with her artwork to inspire everyone’s appreciation of our role as crewmates here on spaceship Earth. She believes that the international model of peaceful and successful cooperation we have experienced in the extreme environments of space and sea holds the key to the same kind of peaceful and successful cooperation for all of humanity here on Earth. A personal highlight from her spaceflight experience was painting the first watercolor in space, which is now on display at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in DC. She is the founder of the Space for Art Foundation, and co-founder of Constellation.Earth. To see images of Nicole’s artwork and learn more about her you can visit her website and also follow her on Instagram. Things We Mention In This Episode Website: https://www.npsdiscovery.com/ Website: Space for Art Foundation Instagram: Nicole Stott Wikipedia: The Overview Effect The Nature Conservancy Book: Second Firsts by Christina Rasmussen Book: Where Did You Go? by Christina Rasmussen Apple podcast reviews and ratings are really important to help get the podcast in front of more people to uplift and inspire them too, which is the ultimate goal. Thank you! Please continue the conversation with me on Instagram or Facebook.
EPISODE 010: Nicole Stott - Space Shuttle Astronaut Extraordinaire
Space Café Podcast
NASA astronaut Nicole Stott spent 104 days in space and remembers her two space flights aboard the legendary space shuttle that changed her life. Nicole didn't make the jump into the coveted cockpit right away, but she can still call herself part of the generation of pioneers who laid the foundation for the current rediscovery of space. For Nicole, the new generation of astronauts is the one who increasingly sees space as their permanent new home. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)Host: Markus Mooslechner: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markus-mooslechner-87878085/Guest: Nicole StottPublisher: Torsten Kriening: https://www.linkedin.com/in/torsten-kriening-68456/See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nicole Stott is a veteran NASA Astronaut. From her website: Her experience includes two spaceflights and 104 days living and working in space on both the International Space Station (ISS) and Space Shuttle. She performed one spacewalk (10th female to do so), was the first person to fly the robotic arm to capture the free flying HTV cargo vehicle, she was the last crew member to fly to and from their ISS mission on a Space Shuttle, and she was a member of the crew of the final flight of the Space Shuttle Discovery, STS-133. Check out Nicole:https://www.spaceforartfoundation.org/ https://www.npsdiscovery.com/ https://twitter.com/Astro_Nicole https://www.instagram.com/astro_nicole/Support TVTV on Patreon:www.patreon.com/thevoyagesoftimvetter
Join NASA Astronaut and Artist Nicole Stott for this episode of The Cosmic Shed. The first person to paint a watercolour in Space. The last person to return to Earth from the International Space Station in the Space Shuttle and now, the most recent guest on The Cosmic Shed podcast - it's been quite a life for Nicole Stott so far. Nicole chats to Andrew for this very special episode of the Cosmic Shed as America prepares to launch people to the ISS once more. Nicole talks with Andrew about her Space missions, her art and what we can all learn from Astronauts as we find ourselves in this unprecedented lockdown. Download, listen and be inspired. Nicole Stott on her Spacewalk outside the International Space Station Nicole Stott was launched to the International Space Station with the crew of STS-128, participating in the a spacewalk that lasted over 6 hours. When Nicole returned on STS-129, she became the last Expedition crew-member to return to Earth via the space shuttle. Nicole completed her second spaceflight on STS-133. One for the quiz buffs - STS stands for Space Transportation System or The Shuttle as it's more commonly known. Nicole Stott painted the first watercolour in Space Nicole served as a Flight Engineer on ISS Expedition 20 and Expedition 21 and was a Mission Specialist on STS-128 and STS-133. Nicole is also part of the wonderful Space For Art Foundation who put together large-scale community art projects to inspire and unite children in hospitals, refugee centers, and schools around the world. They have a new project called BEYOND which we'd recommend anyone who knows any children or is a child to get involved in. Go here to see how. Nicole Stott talking to our Andrew You can see Nicole's Artwork here and, if you are really clever, you'll notice that you can actually email to ask about how you might go about actually owning some... The Cosmic Shed. Science Fact, Science Fiction and Everything in between. show notesNicole Stott is also a founding director Space for Art The Cosmic Shed is part of the Stimulus Network You can subscribe to The Cosmic Shed podcastVery special thanks to Will Mountford of the Eureka Nerd podcast for editing this episode.
#27 Nicole Stott, how does an astronaut deal with isolation?
Today we’re viewing the world and the corona crisis from a unique perspective - from outer space.Nicole Stott says that mankind needs to act like space station crew members in this crisis, working together. She is one of the very few female astronauts who have seen the world from outer space - and she is even a spacewalker. She worked at NASA for 27 years as an engineer in a number of positions. She completed two space flights in 2009 and 2011 and also spent time on the International Space Station.Stott was born in Albany, New York, but she now lives with her husband and their son in St. Petersburg, Florida. There, Stott once started her extraordinary career at St. Petersburg College, studying aviation administration at the Aeronautical University. After that, she received her M.S. in Engineering Management from the University of Central Florida.
Don't miss this incredible conversation with NASA Astronaut Nicole Stott, who shares her enlightening perspective on seeing earth from space -- and what it can teach us in today's environment. Melissa Carroll and Val Spies have an illuminating interview with Nicole, an American engineer who served as a Flight Engineer and Mission Specialist at NASA for 27 years. Nicole considers herself blessed to have had the opportunity to live and work in space and to have experienced the beauty of our planet from that incredible vantage point. She believes that sharing this perspective has the power to increase everyone's appreciation of and obligation to care for our home planet and each other. Nicole premiered on Will Smith's One Strange Rock series, originally on Netflix and now on Disney and can be found on Ted Talks as well. To practice yoga and deepen your own inner space adventure, visit www.LotusPondYoga.com to practice online. Connect with The Lotus Pond on Instagram!