space advocacy

Broadcast 161 (Special Edition)

Dennis Wingo, President of Skycorp, Inc. and Chief Technical Officer for Orbital Recovery Corporation, was the guest on The Space Show for this program. Mr. Wingo shared his thoughts with us regarding effective space advocacy, the importance of proper business planning for space business ventures, on orbit construction and repair and geo satellite life extension through his company Orbital Recovery Corporation. We also discussed the Chinese space program, military space, politics, and new technology such as nanotechnology. Mr.

Broadcast 159 (Special Edition)

Jim Spellman, the founder and director of the Western Spaceport Chapter of the National Space Society and a member of the California Spaceport Authority, was the guest on The Space Show for this program. Mr. Spellman discussed the Chinese launch this evening, joining the United States and Russia as the only nations that put a human in space. All aspects of the Chinese accomplishment were discussed, including possible political and military ramifications in this country, Russia, and Europe to the Chinese launch.

Broadcast 158 (Special Edition)

Dr. Al Differ, the Director of Analysis with JP Aerospace and a member of the Board of Directors for the Space Frontier Foundation, was the guest for The Space Show for this program. Dr. Differ discusses balloon launches, space access, the importance of space advocacy and how to make it work, various aspects of space policy, solar sails and related technology, space profitability, markets, and space organizations. We also discussed the economics of space policy and development.

Broadcast 113 (Special Edition)

Elaine Walker, well known space advocate and activist as well as accomplished musician and singer is the guest on this edition of The Space Show. Ms. Walker discusses space advocacy and her unique journey into this world and her use of music to promote space development. We also highlight several of Elaine's musical compositions and scores, discuss her Chaos Melody Theory, and the need for space development and education. In addition, Ms.

Broadcast 109 (Special Edition)

Loretta Hidalgo and George Whitesides are the co- founders of Yuri's Night. Not only does this show focus on the Yuri's Night celebration and its importance, we also explore space advocacy, various space development programs and policies, and possible solutions to moving space commerce and the public's interest in space forward. Loretta and George disclose and detail their respective visions for a space-faring world. Loretta and George are experts in non-traditional space outreach and education.

Broadcast 94 (Special Edition)

John King is a nationally recognized teacher, coach, and program leader with extensive experience in helping space advocates reach their advocacy goals. As president of JLS Consulting, Mr. King is in the unique position to work with space advocates and their organizations to produce striking results. This Space Show program discusses space advocacy, its organization, vision and future, especially in the aftermath of the tragic Columbia Space Shuttle accident.

Broadcast 91 (Special Edition)

Ms. Brook Mantia has been a dedicated space activist since joining the L5 Society (now the National Space Society) in 1979. She is the current president of the Golden Gate Space Frontier Society, the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of NSS. As a guest on The Space Show, Ms. Mantia discusses the importance of space commerce, space advocacy, ways to get involved in promoting space that can and will make a difference, and the need for more women to be involved in space organizations and support.

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