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Brendan Byrne

Brendan Byrne

Space Reporter and 'Intersection' Producer

As 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 covers 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.

He began working at WMFE as a college intern where he discovered his love for public radio.



Recent Stories from Brendan Byrne



Astronaut Peggy Whitson on a space walk outside the International Space Station. Photo: NASA (2017)

Astronauts Prep For Emergency Space Walk



Space station astronauts are conducting an emergency spacewalk Tuesday morning to replace a failed piece of hardware outside the station.




Intersection: Confederate Statutes, Tallahassee Transparency & The Swamp Sistas



On the shore of Lake Eola in Orlando there’s a statue of Johnny Reb. It commemorates the soldiers who fought on the confederate side during the civil war. Now, like other civil war monuments around the south, there are plans to move it. But not everyone agrees, like protesters who showed up at City Hall on Monday. Is the statue, as mayor Buddy Dyer says, a monument to the soldiers who died, a relic of history, or is it a symbol of white supremacy?










Artist’s concept of SLS/Orion on the launch pad. Photo: NASA

No Crew On Maiden Voyage Of NASA’s Next Rocket



When NASA’s Space Launch System blasts off from the Kennedy Space Center for the first time, the capsule will be empty. Acting Director Robert Lightfoot announced the decision after a review of the first launch of the massive rocket.





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