Broadcast 189 (Special Edition)

24 Jan 2004 Dr. James D. Burke, Dr. Angie Bukley
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Dr. Angie Bukley returned to The Space Show and Dr. Jim Burke made his first appearance on the program in today's edition. We discussed the space policy initiative submitted by President Bush, the push to the Moon and Mars by nation's other than the United States, what the Moon has to offer and much more. We discussed space access, the best use for the International Space Station, the International Space University, China and its policy, and why we should be returning to the Moon. Dr. Bukley also talked about LaGrange points, both Dr. Bukley and Dr. Burke examined the possible demise of the Hubble Telescope and what that may mean for science as well as the general interest in space. The X-Prize and suborbital rocketry was also a hot topic, as were the two Mars Rovers presently exploring Mars. Both Dr. Bukley and Dr. Burke bring an exciting perspective to Space Show listeners, focusing on science, academics, NASA engineering and technology, JPL, and our space-faring future. Both guests are sure to return again to The Space Show.

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