First up on today's show, NASA is set to launch an unmanned test flight later this week of a craft designed to carry humans. It’s a reminder that the U.S. space program has no way to get astronauts to and from the International Space Station. The preferred option right now is to hitch a ride, often on Russian spacecraft, at a cost of $72 million. Plus, Jeremy Tomlinson, from Kansas City, joins us to talk about his 8 year-old daughter Chloe, who used Made With Code’s tools to program the lights for the White House Christmas tree. And BBC technology reporter Dave Lee talks about startup funerals; events where founders mourn the death of their company and learn from their failures.