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Newsletter and Program Guide for the Week of May 18, 2015
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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!
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13. Space Show Products
14. Unsubscribing from The Space Show Newsletter
15. Notices. Copyrights, and Trademarks
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3. This Week on The Space Show
FOUR PROGRAMS THIS WEEK! SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS
John Learned has the title of Professor of Physics at the University of Hawaii, Manoa campus, where he has been on the faculty since 1981. Prior to that he taught and did research at the University of California at Irvine, the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, the University of Wisconsin, and the High Altitude Laboratory at Echo Lake, Colorado. He obtained a PhD in physics at the University of Washington in 1968, an MS from the University of Pennsylvania in 1963, and a BS from Columbia College in 1961. In between schooling he worked for several aerospace companies as an engineer, including the Boeing Company, which was what brought him to Seattle in 1963. John has a list of over 200 publications, mostly relating to the study of elementary particle physics and astrophysics. He has been a pioneer in the attempt to start a new field of particle astrophysics, viewing the universe in the light of what may be the dominant form of matter, neutrinos. This brought him to Hawaii in 1980 to begin a long process of studying the deep ocean as a venue for this attempt, and developing the technology to do so. He is a world authority in particle astrophysics, and travels widely to give invited lectures at international meetings. Currently his group is heavily involved in several underground experiments in Kamioka, Japan. The Super-Kamiokande experiment is observing neutrinos from our sun, studying neutrinos produced by cosmic rays hitting the earth's atmosphere, looking for the decay of protons, and keeping watch for supernovae in our galaxy. This experiment has produced evidence for neutrino oscillations and mass, with much acclaim in 1998. The group also participates in a long base line neutrino experiment, K2K, in which neutrinos are sent from an accelerator laboratory (KEK) in Japan to the SuperK detector, 250 km through the Japanese alps. A new experiment, KamLAND is just getting under way, with data taking starting in late 2001. John is involved in several new projects involving ultra-high energy neutrino detection, in venues ranging from mines, salt domes, the deep ocean, to the desert, Antarctica, and to earth satellites in space. John's research has brought several millions of dollars to the State. He has mentored sixteen PhDs while at UH. John participates in community service, but keeps a low profile in campus politics. He aims never to rise above the rank of Professor, and hopes to get in many more years of fundamental physics research and teaching. He was co-recipient of the Rossi Prize in 1989, the Asahi Prize in 1998, and was U. H. Regents Medal for Excellence in Research in 1999.
Dr. Jurist was simultaneously a physicist and a medical researcher before becoming involved in business. He earned degrees in biophysics and nuclear medicine while he was at the UCLA School of Medicine with his dissertation work performed in the Division of Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. Jurist has held faculty positions at the University of Wisconsin (Madison) in the Medical School’s Division of Orthopedic Surgery and in the Space Science and Engineering Center. In the former, he studied human factors in space flight during Apollo and what was then called Apollo Applications and organized a metabolic bone disease laboratory for translational research. In the latter during the early 1970s, he was team leader of the group that transmitted the first medical imaging over communications satellite links in a precursor to telemedicine. In the business arena, he created and ran a biomedical engineering consulting firm, was president of a successful outpatient surgical center, and founded a nonprofit medical research institute and ran it for four years. Dr. Jurist is experienced in evaluating a business plan and in running a business. He has applied his experience to the developing NewSpace industry as an investor in several small NewSpace corporations, supported R&D in others with corporate grants, and has partly funded academic propulsion, robotics, and biodynamics research groups at multiple universities. Among other professional organizations, he is currently a Life Member of the International Association of Military Flight Surgeon Pilots, an Associate Fellow of the Aerospace Medical Association, an Emeritus member of the Orthopaedic Research Society, and a Fellow of the Gerontological Society. His teaching and research activities revolve around his present positions of Adjunct Professor of Space Studies in the Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences at UND and Adjunct Professor of Biophysics and Aviation at Rocky Mountain College.
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2. Tuesday, May 19, 2015: 7-8:30 PM PDT (10-11:30 PM EDT; 9-10:30 PM-1 PM CDT): We welcome back DR. ELIGAR SADEH to discuss public/private partnerships.
ELIGAR SADEH, Ph.D. (www.linkedin.com/in/eligarsadeh), is President and CEO of Astroconsulting International LLC, which empowers space, defense, and environmental programs and projects with the critical skills to optimize outcomes, and he serves as Chief Editor of the academic journal Astropolitics. Previously, Eligar held professorships in Space & Defense Studies in the Center for Space Studies at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; College of Aerospace Sciences, Department of Space Studies at the University of North Dakota; and in the Eisenhower Center for Space and Defense Studies at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Eligar also worked for Lockheed Martin Space Systems as an Aerospace Systems Engineer on NASA spacecraft. He served as well as a Research Associate with the Space Policy Institute at George Washington University. Eligar has a number of book and book chapter publications, as well as papers in the academic journals of Space Policy, Astropolitics, and Acta Astronautica ‒ most recently, Space Strategy for the 21st Century (Routledge, 2012), Politics of Space (Routledge, 2010); and book chapters and papers covering “Spacepower and the Environment,” “Regulation of Satellite Remote Sensing,” “Obstacles to International Space Governance,” “Satellite Export Controls,” and “Earth Observation Data Management.” Eligar has earned Ph.D., Master, and BS degrees with subject matter expertise in Technology Management, Program/Project Management, Space Studies, Environmental Studies, International Studies, Science & Technology Studies, Systems Engineering, Engineering Leadership, Bioengineering & Bioastronautics, Remote Sensing, and Astrophysics.
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3. Friday, May 22, , 2015: , 9:30 -11 AM PDT (12:30-2 PM EDT; 11:30-1 PM CDT): We welcome back DR. PAL BREKKE, solar scientist.
Dr. Pal Brekke received a Dr. Scient degree in 1993 from the Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics, University of Oslo with focus on the ultraviolet (UV) emissions from the Sun observed with instruments on sounding rockets and the space shuttle Challenger. His work focused on dynamical aspects of the Sun and measuring variations in solar UV radiation. Since 1993 he participated in the Norwegian involvement's in preparing the EUV spectrometers CDS and SUMER on Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) and was in charge of developing analysis software for CDS. After the launch of SOHO in December 1995 he was part of the science operation team at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. In 1999 he joined the European Space Agency (ESA) as the SOHO Deputy Project Scientist stationed at NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center. He was also in charge of outreach and media activites, making SOHO to one of the most well known current satellite projects. He is now a Senior Advisor at the Norwegian Space Centre. He is a Norwegian delegate to the ESA Programme Board of Human Spaceflight, Microgravity and Exploration and a delegate to the International Living With a Star. He received a Fulbright Fellowship in 1994, ESA´s´Eceptional Achievement Award in 2002, Laurels for Team Achievements from the International Academy of Astronautics in 2003. Served on several NASA Review Panels and as referee for various scientific journals. Professional publications: Refereed Journals - 42, Proceedings - 69, Popular Science - 22. Numerous appearances in national and international news-networks (CNN, USA Today, Der Spiegel, BBC etc.)
Listeners can talk with Dr. Pal Brekke or the host using toll free 1 (866) 687-7223, by sending e-mail during the program using email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.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. Sunday, May 24, 2015: 12-1:30 PM PDT (3-4:30 PM EDT, 2-3:30 5PM CDT): We welcome back CHRIS STONE to discuss national security and defense space strategy.
Christopher Stone (B.A., M.A.) is Vice President and Senior Space Analyst with Falcon Research, Inc., a space policy consulting company in Washington, D.C. He has provided expertise and analysis for over ten years supporting numerous government entities such as the National Security Space Office, Air Force International Affairs, and several inter-agency and industry-government space councils. Mr. Stone began his space career when he entered the United States Air Force as a graduate of the University of Missouri. He has served in various roles and responsibilities to include: staff member for two US Senators, Executive Director of a Public-Private Economic partnership and space policy consultant in Washington, D.C. In his military career he has served as a ICBM launch officer, Mission Director for a major space operations center, space strategy planner supporting U.S. Pacific Command, and has supported international space engagement between key allies in Europe and the Asia-Pacific. He has published several articles on space policy, strategy and international affairs in The Space Review, Quest, and Space Safety Magazine. He is a former Board Member of the National Space Society and current serves as the Vice President for Policy and Strategy for the International Space Safety Foundation.
His comments are his own and do not reflect the views of Falcon Research, Inc., Department of Defense, or the International Space Safety Foundation.
Listeners can talk with Chris Stone or the host using toll free 1 (866) 687-7223, by sending e-mail during the program using firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
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4. Upcoming Attractions
Monday, May 25: Erik Seedhouse on his new Virgin Galactic book
Tuesday, May 26: Dr. Matthew Moynihan on Polywell
Friday, May 29: Dr. Ian Crawford (UK) & his Lunar Resources Paper plus Drs. Benaroya and Jurist
Sunday, May 31: Open Lines.
Monday, June 1: TBD
Tuesday, June 2: Dr. Robert Zubrin
Friday, June 5: Greg Meholic returns, advanced propulsion
Sunday, June 7: Dan Adamo
Tuesday, June 16: Bob Zimmerman
Friday, June 19: Dr. Bruce Cordell
Sunday, June 21: No Show, Father's Day
Friday, June 26: Dr. Lewis Darnell
Monday, June 29: Brent Sherwood, Discovery Science missions
Monday, July 6: Dr. Robert Pappalardo, JPL Europa Mission
Friday, July 17: No Show as am attending New Space Conference
Sunday, July 19: No Show, NewSpace Conference
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