ESAS

Broadcast 965 (Special Edition)

Guest: Greg Zsidisin returned for this Space Show program to discuss the SpaceContest.org site and the program for winning $1,000 with the best 3 minute YouTube space video of why support the human space program. You can get the rules and all the needed information for entering this contest at the website, www.spacecontest.org. Greg responded to several listener questions about the contest rules and format, so if you are thinking of entering, make sure you listen to the added information provided by Greg.

Broadcast 957 (Special Edition)

Guests: Space Cynics Shubber Ali, Tom Olson, and me (DrSpace aka Professor L) met for this interview in the hotel coffee shop for an in-person discussion featuring the Cynics' view of several of the topics discussed at ISDC 2008. This was the first ever in-person Cynics show, but we hope to offer you more and with our fourth Cynic, Old Space Cadet, who could not be with us this year. We were also joined by Reda Anderson, who is now an Honorary Space Cynic. The gloves were taken off and our discussion was hard-hitting on many topics.

Broadcast 947 (Special Edition)

Guest: Dennis Wingo was the guest for this Space Show program. We started out discussing energy which, as Dennis stated, is a very complex problem. This led to our discussion of the Moon as a microcosm of the Earth's macrocosm environment. Dennis also described the process for lunar construction for solar power hardware and then getting it to Geo from the Moon. As you will hear, listeners asked him if it would be humans on the Moon doing the hardware construction or robotics. You will want to hear what Dennis has to say about this.

Broadcast 469 (Special Edition)

Dr. Madhu Thangavelu returned as guest for this Space Show program. We began our discussion with Dr. Thangavelu in-depth analysis of the proposal to send people back to the Moon and the ESAS Report. Our guest outline both the good and the bad, the most important and what has been omitted in the RTM discussion. He especially focused on what to do once we get back to the Moon. We also discussed his views on space tourism and you will find his comments on suborbital and orbital tourism to be illuminating and interesting. We discussed the architecture being planned for RTM and much more.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - ESAS