THE SPACE SHOW®


Hosted by Dr. David M. Livingston
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Newsletter and Program Guide for the Week of March 30, 2015

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Newsletter Table of Contents
1. General Show Information
2. Broadcast Schedule
3. This Week on The Space Show
4. Upcoming Attractions
5. Make a Suggestion to The Space Show
6. Support The Space Show!
7. Spam Filters and Newsletter E-Mail Subscriptions
8. Program Listening Instructions: Live365. Fastserv. Satellite
9. Contacting The Space Show
10. Archives and Weekly non-stop streaming on Iive365.com
11. Linking To The Space Show Website
12. Advertising and Sponsorship Opportunities for The Space Show®
13. Space Show Products
14. Unsubscribing from The Space Show Newsletter
15. Notices. Copyrights, and Trademarks

1. General Show Information:

Contributions to The Space Show® are now tax deductible as permitted by law as the program is licensed to the One Giant Leap Foundation, a 501 (C)3 California Public Benefit Corporation. Please listen to the May 7, 2006 Space Show program for details.

LIVE STREAMING LISTENING OPTIONS: The Space Show now provides additional live streaming using Fast-Serv and Shoutcast servers and media players of your choice. For complete details and listening instructions for live streaming, go to http://www.thespaceshow.com/ and click on the "Listen Live" button at the top. Let me know which service you prefer and which works better. For more information, please see Program Listening Instructions below.


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Please note that the first 100 + or so Space Show programs are in the WMA format and are not mp3's. If you attempt to play them and you get an error message, its because you need to play them using Windows Media Player.

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Remember, The Space Show does not endorse or support guest projects, ventures, or business plans. Listeners must rely upon their own judgment and discernment regarding guest comments. The Space Show is not responsible for guest or listener comments, their ventures, or projects. The Space Show is an educational program.

2. Broadcast Schedule

The Monday Space Show program is 2-3:30PM Pacific Time. The Tuesday Space Show program is 7-8:30 PM Pacific Time. The Friday Space Show is 9:30-11:30 AM Pacific Time. The Sunday Space Show is 12-1:30 PM Pacific Time.
Check the schedule below to see if there are additional programs scheduled for any given week.

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3. This Week on The Space Show

 

FOUR PROGRAMS THIS WEEK! SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS

 

1. Monday, March 30, 2015: 2-3:30 PM PDT, (5-6:30 PM EDT, 4-5:30 PM CDT) : We welcome TONY MILLIGAN to the program to discuss his new book, "Nobody Owns The Moon: The Ethics of Space Exploitation."

Tony Milligan:  Research Interests:
Applied Ethics, Animal Ethics, Philosophy of Love, Iris Murdoch, Space Ethics, Civil disobedience, and Dogen studies
About:
I work primarily on normative and applied ethics with a special focus upon the relation between the human and the non-human: other creatures, other places, other ways of being.
An interest in the ethical dimensions of human activity in space falls into this territory. In January, McFarland released my short book on this subject, Nobody Owns the Moon (North Carolina: McFarland, 2015), looking at issues such as the off-world extension of property rights as well as the usual, more speculative problems (terraforming, our earthliness, our adaptability). Generally, I'm trying to engage with and help to give a bit more shape to discussions of what we can and ought-not to do on our travels. This is ongoing work so, for example, I'm collaborating on a co-edited volume on space ethics with Jim Schwartz over at Wichita State University and I also recently guest edited a special edition of the journal Space Policy on ethical dimension of space.  The book on Civil Disobedience: Protest, Justification and the Law (London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2013) covers protest over animals and the environment as well as the civil disobedience tradition and recent dissent. It advances a  central argument that we need a revised and more open account of civil disobedience, one which is not modelled restrictively upon the protests of decades ago but which can help us to understand contemporary dissent. More particularly, we need to understand various forms of protest over the environment (including, arguably, some ecosabotage or 'monkey-wrenching') as civil disobedience. Similarly with prostests over the treatment of animals (particularly animal rescue, including some instances of covert rescue as well as open rescue).  Anyone who reads Beyond Animal Rights (London & New York: Continuum, 2010) will recognize that my sympathies are very much with animals. I'm not disputing the idea that animals have rights but I do hold that we need a rich moral vocabulary, one that doesn't reduce everything down to a single concept. (Such as 'rights', consequences' or 'virtue'.) We need lots of moral concepts to do lots of different jobs. Effectively, this is a form of normative pluralism. A further text, Animal Ethics: The Basics (London and New York: Routledge, 2015) will be out during the summer. There seems to be a good deal of interest in how I'm going to handle the final chapters on what has become known as the 'political turn'.  Love (Durham: Acumen, 2011) argues that, as humans, we need to see ourselves not just as the bearers of rights, or as rational agents. We need to see ourselves as beings who can be recipients of a defensible love, i.e. as loveable. An appreciation of this is central to our grasp of our own worth. Openness to love turns out to be an important human virtue. So, again, the concern is with the human and the non-human. In the final chapter I return directly to the question of what is at stake in our love for the non-human, for other creatures, for places, and for nature.  The other love book, Love and its Objects (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) is a co-edited volume of essay put together with colleagues (Christian Maurer at Friburg and Kamila Pacovska at Pardubice). The volume was tied to a conference held at the University of Pardubice in 2013.

Listeners can talk with Tony Milligan or the host using toll free 1 (866) 687-7223, by sending e-mail during the program using drspace@thespaceshow.com, thespaceshow@gmail.com, or dmlivings@yahoo.com. To use Skype from your computer with a headset, the I. D. is thespaceshow. Skype is only available if when announced at the beginning of the program. Please note the toll free number is only available during a live Space Show program. At all other times, it is disconnected.

2. Tuesday, March 231 2015: 7-8:30 PM PDT (10-11:30 PM EDT; 9-10:30 PM-1 PM CDT): We welcome back DR. BRUCE DAMER to the program for updates on his work regarding new architecture for sustainable spaceflight and more.

Dr. Bruce Damer lead his team at DigitalSpace for a decade building 3D real time simulations under contract by NASA and several aerospace companies. His career led him into mission design with concept models for lunar ice core drillers, teleoperated lunar base construction and more recently, a space station experimental science bay aerogel collection concept to trap micrometeorites for mineral, volatiles and bio-reactive assays. By far his most extensive project with NASA was his design for a 2007 study for the then administrator Mike Griffin, on how to take constellation hardware, such as the Orion crew capsule, to targets beyond the moon, notably: asteroids, sometimes referred to as near earth objects or NEOs. Bruce worked with a team of civil servants drawn from several NASA centers and created one of the first plausible designs for a human crew to dock their spacecraft to a NEO, carry out surface EVA operations and return to the Earth. Other work Bruce is involved with includes work on origins of life with the Astrobiology community, curating one of the worlds largest historical computer collections in his DigiBarn Computer Museum, and running an artistic and organic farm with his wife Galen Brandt in the mountains of Northern California.

Listeners can talk with Dr. Bruce Damer or the host by using toll free 1 (866) 687-7223, by sending e-mail during the program using drspace@thespaceshow.com, thespaceshow@gmail.com, or dmlivings@yahoo.com. To use Skype from your computer with a headset, the I. D. is thespaceshow. Skype is only available if when announced at the beginning of the program. Please note the toll free number is only available during a live Space Show program. At all other times, it is disconnected.

3. Friday, April 3, 2015: 9:30-11 AM PDT, (12:30-2 PM EDT, 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM CDT): We welcome back JIM KERAVALA to update us on the Shackleton Energy lunar plans.

Jim Keravala is the COO of Shackleton Energy Company (www.shackletonenergy.com).  In addition, Jim has been a leader of top-level international teams in the aerospace, finance, and technology sectors for almost 20 years. An expert in space systems and infrastructure, Jim combines a deep knowledge of international business and technology trends with practical expertise in building cross-cultural teams that cut across diverse sectors.  In the early 1990s, he was responsible for establishing a commercial space development office in Moscow where he led a team of ten senior Russian engineers and staff members. He helped lead the effort to transform the Russian launch industry from centralized planning to free market economics. In 1998, Jim became Launch Manager at the Surrey Space Centre in England, handling launch operations for commercial and governmental clients worldwide — including NASA, ESA, and the United States Air Force. Jim worked with the Surrey team to assist emerging nations in establishing local space capabilities — including engineering facilities, spacecraft fabrication centers, and national space agencies. In 2004, he left Surrey to lead cross-cultural teams that focused on capital intensive projects in infrastructure finance and development. This executive experience gave Jim a unique perspective on the establishment of large scale programs. Moving to Silicon Valley, Jim successfully raised venture capital for one of his companies creating a 3D information architecture and he is on the board of space and software technology companies that he has cofounded. Jim is also a member of Faculty at Singularity University for Technology Synthesis and Mapping, Chairman of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics San Francisco Section, a member of the Economics, and Investment Committee of the International Astronautical Federation.

Listeners can talk with Jim Keravala or the host using toll free 1 (866) 687-7223, by sending e-mail during the program using drspace@thespaceshow.com, thespaceshow@gmail.com, or dmlivings@yahoo.com. To use Skype from your computer with a headset, the I. D. is thespaceshow. Skype is only available if when announced at the beginning of the program. Please note the toll free number is only available during a live Space Show program. At all other times, it is disconnected.

4. The Sunday, April 5, 2015: 12-1:30 PM PDT, (3-4:30 PM EDT, 2-3:30 PM CDT): No show for Easter Sunday.

Listeners can talk the host using toll free 1 (866) 687-7223, by sending e-mail during the program using drspace@thespaceshow.com, thespaceshow@gmail.com, or dmlivings@yahoo.com. To use Skype from your computer with a headset, the I. D. is thespaceshow. Skype is only available if when announced at the beginning of the program. Please note the toll free number is only available during a live Space Show program. At all other times, it is disconnected.

All archived programs at http://www.thespaceshow.com/ contain a short program synopsis as well as biographical information about the guest. More recent shows feature a key word search program.

 

 

4. Upcoming Attractions

Monday, April 6: Carol (Cap) Saucier on her new book, "Explore the Cosmos: Like Neil DeGrasse-Tyson"
Tuesday, April 7: Chris Carberry, Explore Mars
Friday, April 10: Anthony Young on spacesuits
Sunday, April 12: Sonia Van Meter re Mars One finalist
Monday, April 13: Eric Conway, JPL Historian regarding his book "Exploration and Engineering"
Tuesday, April 14:  Rand Simberg
Friday, April 17: Dr. Chris Impey returns
Sunday, April 19: Dr. Jurist and Kobi Hudson on the ATK 5 segment booster test, ISS student project
Monday, April 20:  Dr. Donald Rapp
Tuesday, April 21:  Open Lines
Friday, April 24: Dr. Guillem Anglada in the UK on GJ581d
Sunday, April 26: Webinar: Dr. John Jurist on rocket technology & how rockets work
Friday, May 1: Brent Sherwood on HSF
Sunday, May 3: Damian Peach, astronomer from the UK

Monday, June 29: Brent Sherwood, Discovery Science missions


5. Make a Suggestion to The Space Show

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8. Program Listening Instructions: Live365 and Fastserv.

The Space Show offers listeners the choice of hearing the live stream on Live365.com or our new streaming service, Fast-Serv.com using their Shoutcast servers and the media player of your choice. For detailed listening instructions, please visit http://www.thespaceshow.com/, click on "Listen Live" at the top and follow the instructions. Please contact me at drspace@thespaceshow.com if you have any questions, comments, or problems with listening to the live steam of The Space Show.

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9. Contacting The Space Show

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1. Toll Free Listener Line at 1(866) 687-7223 during the program only.
2. Email:mail to:drspace@thespaceshow.com
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10. Archives and Weekly non-stop streaming on Iive365.com

Archive programming is provided at www.thespaceshow.com. For those of you who listen to archived programs on Live365, please note that their service has become unreliable and while I am working with them to stabilize the system, at least for the benefit of listeners, there is no assurance that shows will be able to be uploaded and archived at Live365 anytime soon. It really depends on their customer service and problem resolution. I am aware of the problems and working to resolve them, but you can always hear the programs on our website: www.thespaceshow.com.

When The Space Show is not broadcasting live on Iive365.com, the recent programs play non-stop at http://www.live365.com/stations/dlivingston?site=dlivingston.

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12. Advertising and Sponsorship Opportunities for The Space Show®

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15. Notices, Copyrights, and Trademarks.

NOTICE: The views and comments expressed on The Space Show® by its guests, callers, and listeners belong to the maker. The Space Show® and its host serve only as a platform and are not responsible for other's comments or view. All topics discussed on The Space Show® are primarily for educational purposes. All e-mails sent to The Space Show® belong to The Space Show and may be used for promotional purposes by The Space Show®. Permission for such use is implied by the sender of the e-mail.

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