Brendan ByrneProgram and Online Content Producer
- Twitter: @SpaceBrendan
As Program Producer for Intersection, Brendan Byrne is responsible for the production of WMFE’s weekly news and in-depth conversation show.
When not working on Intersection, he enjoys covering news from the Space Coast.
Brendan is a native Floridian, born and raised in Broward County. He moved to Central Florida in 2005 to attend the University of Central Florida and pursue a degree in Political Science.
He began working at WMFE as a college intern where he discovered his love for public radio.
Recent Stories from Brendan Byrne
Apollo 14 astronaut and moon walker Edgar Mitchell has died.
The last of a dozen satellites to help you navigate using your GPS made it to orbit.
NASA’s Orion capsule made it to Kennedy Space Center. The next stop for this spacecraft is the moon.
U.S. Senator John McCain is urging the military to end reliance on Russian-made rocket engines. Those engines are used on rockets that launch from Florida’s Space Coast.
NASA will pay tribute to the astronauts lost during the agency’s Day of Remembrance Thursday, 30 years after the Challenger accident.
The Air Force is remembering three Apollo astronauts who died 39 years ago at Cape Canaveral. Virgil “Gus” Grissom, Edward White, and Roger Chaffee died during a command module fire at launch complex 34.
Ten years after the disappearance of Orlando woman Jennifer Kesse, her family is calling on the public for help police solve the case so the family can have closure.
The space capsule that may one day take humans to the moon and Mars is ready for delivery to Kennedy Space Center.
Burmese pythons in the Everglades are taking a big toll on native wildlife. To combat their spread, the state is holding its second Python Challenge — a hunt expected to draw over 1,000 participants.
NASA has announced the next round of private companies that will send supplies to the International Space Station. Orbital ATK, SpaceX and Sierra Nevada each will each launch at least 6 resupply missions to the International Space Station through 2024.