Hey – it's Johnny Alonso from NASA 360 :)

Hey everyone! 🙂
Sorry I’ve been like “radio silent” on the NASA 360 blogs, but ask Kevin or Bibs, I’m not really the web chatter – I’d rather just talk your ear off in person. :p
I hope you’re digging the show as much as I am.  And it’s not because I’m working on the show and I get to travel the world. It’s also not because I get to see NASA 360 on the television at the hotels we stay when on location. Brag that we won an Emmy and all these awards to all my actor friends in Los Angeles, meet way cool astronauts and hawt Olympic atheletes. Ride in an electric car at 100 miles an hour, check out the X-Games for free or eat at every Chipotle in America. Ride my Sector 9 skateboard through an episode at the beach, catching bad karma from someone picking up lava rocks, joking with our boy scaring him with “rattlesnake eggs”, watching race cars fly by at lightning speed not from the stands at Indy, but from the pits. See some of the latest inventions like “GPS” or “liquid metal” before it is put to use in the general public or the new skin tight astronaut space suit…or interview some of the coolest people who are inventing tomorrow, No…wait a minute… those ARE the reasons I’m digging NASA 360 – and you should too. We at NASA 360 are bringing you the hot info and getting the fab footage and stories hands on – we enjoy putting the show together as much as you enjoy watching it. Kevin, Jennifer, Bibs, Tom and Johnny Alonso, we really do have the greatest and coolest job in the world. Yea man, its called “NASA 360”

14 thoughts on “Hey – it's Johnny Alonso from NASA 360 :)”

  1. Watching live on NASA TV on my computer the shuttle landing. What a extreme privilege to see the teamwork of so many brilliant, talented, dedicated, minds at work. These are the minds that are working for the benefit of humanity. No white collar wallstreet criminals here.

    I sometimes ask myself what drives the few to NASA’s heights and the far more to syphoning excessive funds of others into their own pockets for their own personal gains……….oh well, I guess if we knew that we wouldn’t have such a morally bankrupt society.

    We live in Indian River County, Florida and heard the sonic boom on re-entry. It sounded like a large duffle bag landing on my house. It shook the rafters. It prompted me to look on the NASA website and low and behold you had it live streaming over the website for all to view. Got to love this new technology. It never gets old no matter how many missions have been flown. Thanks to all at NASA for their commitment to their country not against it!

  2. Did u happen to watch the most recent space shuttle launch?
    If so did u notice strange lights in background during seperation? Just curious.

  3. Hey Johnny! I love this blog! It’s fun, exciting, cool… Thanks to everybody and keep up the fantastic work in letting us know what’s happening in your amazing jobs. I’m envious!

  4. In response to post #5, we didn’t notice any strange lights. Perhaps it was the SRB’s burning out. We have some cool footage of the SRB’s separating from the shuttle on Program 9 and 10.We’ll keep a close eye on the next launch, we might even be there filming. Stay tuned.

  5. hello
    I am student of IT major but I like to be employee of NASA
    so can you tell me is this major have copulative of NASA or not?
    If yes,then what should do the IT eployee of NASA?

  6. Dear NASA just by accident I noticed something that I have seen many times before but thought nothing of it untill my computer froze and I started to investigate an image of one of the giant drawings on the earths surface its shaped as a monkey I beleave these drawings to be star maps the monkeys tail is a galaxcy the head is the sun his right hand is the earth his left hand is the moon his left and right foot I havnt figured out but I beleave them to be an event of planets please investigate my theory .


  8. Hey Johnny,thanks for sharing with us all this information. It is a fantastic blog, and I've always dreamed to work in NASA.

  9. I have found a way to use an electro magnet to generate power. This is the latest technical advancement. Thanks nasa go magnets.

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