space studies

Broadcast 1309 (Special Edition)

Guest: Dr. Angie Bukley. Topics: Space and its various meanings, importance, and development. Dr. Angie Bukley returned for this special one hour program to discuss her latest book co-edited with Dr. Joe Pelton and published by Apogee, "The Farthest Shore: A 21st Century Guide to Space." This book is available through the One Giant Leap Foundation (OGLF) Amazon Partners website at www.onegiantleapfoundation.org/books. If you buy the book through OGLF, Amazon makes an important contribution to OGLF/The Space Show.

Broadcast 1032 (Special Edition)

Guests: David Webb and David Whalen (first hour) and Bob Werb (second hour) were our guests for this final combined episode of the Space Show television program filmed on location in Cape Canaveral Florida. David Webb was the first department chair of Space Studies at the University of North Dakota and then became the first Chairman of the Board of Trustees at the International Space University (ISU). Dr. Webb's role was crucial and fundamental leading up to the creation of ISU, and to the ISU Founders, Dr.

Broadcast 1028 (Special Edition)

Guests: Bev Fetter, Matt Allner, Nate Ambler, and North Dakota State Senator Ray Holmberg were our guests today live from Glasgow, Scotland reporting back to us from the IAF 2008 conference sponsored by the International Astronautical Federation (IAF). We began our discussion with Matt who talked about his two presentations regarding space psychology research and spaceship crew performance. Note who collaborated with him on these studies as he describes them both and his presentations.

Broadcast 1012 (Special Edition)

Guest (first hour): Professor Joanne Gabrynowicz was the guest for this special Space Show television show filmed on location in beautiful Cape Canaveral, Florida. We started our interview by discussing the relevance of space law as well as recent changes in this area, particularly in regards to Earth observation and remote sensing. Professor Gabrynowicz went over the original purpose of satellites for scientific research and the process by which countries agree to make relevant data freely available to countries affected by a natural disaster.

Broadcast 955 (Special Edition)

Guest: Dr. Paul Hardersen, Assistant Professor of Space Studies at the University of North Dakota, returned as the guest for this Space Show program. We started our discussion with the new developments at Space Studies, including a new department head with the selection of Dr. David Whalen, the hiring of two new professors, Drs. Ron Fevig and Jim Cassler, and the appointment of the newest adjunct professor, Dr. John Jurist. Dr.

Broadcast 576

Deep Space Message: This is the Deep Space Message by Dr. Vadim Rygalov, Space Studies, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA: Greetings from Earth (third planet from the Sun in our planetary system in the Milky Way Galaxy)! Hello Colleagues from the Intelligent Universe Community! My name is Vadim Rygalov and I am an Assistant Professor from the UND Space Studies Department.

Broadcast 877 (Special Edition)

Guest: Jim Muncy. Jim Muncy returned to The Space Show for this special program. We covered many topics ranging from Jim's grad school days at the then-newly formed University of North Dakota, Space Studies Department to the politics of space. Former UND students were listening and asked Jim questions about what Space Studies was like in the late ' 80s and early '90s. For example, was NASA the only game in town with public space? Or were there any private sector space options back then other than the government contractors? What about the excitement and passion of the students?

Broadcast 832 (Special Edition)

This program featuring Dr. Burton Lee is another from my Space Studies classes at UND . Dr. David Whalen, Department head of Space Studies has permitted me to place this class on The Space Show website archives. This class was recorded with Dr. Lee on Tuesday, November 13, 2007 regarding the financing of space ventures by angels, venture capitalists and others. While Dr.

Broadcast 533 (Special Edition)

Dr. Paul S. Hardersen returned to this Space Show program. Dr. Hardersen began the interview by discussing important changes happening in the Space Studies Dept. at UND. One of the new developments is that the department has started a search for a new department head. You can read the description for the department head at this location, http://www.space.edu/aerospace/documents/2090%20-%20Space%20Studies%20Ch....

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