artificial gravity

Broadcast 1240 (Special Edition)

Guest: Dr. Jim Logan. Topics: Reasons for human spaceflight, human factors issues, biomedical and bioengineering for long term space travel/settlement, space tourism. Dr. Jim Logan returned to The Space Show to discuss several very important topics in this two hour program. Please note that Dr. Logan's comments are his own and in no way was he speaking for NASA, any agency, program, or anyone else. In our first segment, Dr. Logan was asked if he could identify the compelling reason for human spaceflight or if it even mattered with the general public. Dr.

Broadcast 1232 (Special Edition)

Guests: Brent Sherwood; Dr. A Scott Howe. Topics: Space architecture, space development, life support systems, human spaceflight missions. Brent Sherwood and Dr. A. Scott Howe were with us to discuss their new AIAA published book, "Out Of This World: The New Field Of Space Architecture." During the first segment, space architecture was defined. This is important so make sure you hear it as it is applicable to our discussion of the subject. We talked about some of the issues that differentiate space architecture from its terrestrial counterpart.

Broadcast 1016 (Special Edition)

Guest: Tom Hill was the guest for this Space Show program to discuss his Mars Society award winning proposal, Tethered Experiment for Mars inter-Planetary Operations Cubed (TEMPO3), a mission designed to demonstrate the generation of artificial gravity using a CubeSat satellite. Tom started the discussion with the basics pertaining to his winning this award at the recently held 2008 Mars Society Conference in Boulder, Colorado. Tom's proposal was the winner out of 30 proposals.

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