5. Friday, Dec. 13, 2019; 9:30-11 am PST (11:30 AM-1 pm CST, 12:30-2 pm EST): We welcome Dr. Morgan Irons will discuss quasi-closed, agro-ecological systems for use in Earth and space environments. Dr. Irons was a presenter at the recently held SSI Space Settlement Conf. in Seattle this past September.
6. Sunday, Dec. 15, 2019; 12-1:30 pm PST (3-4:30 pm EST, 2-3:30 pm CST): We welcome Jeffrey Morris, founder of Futuredude Entertainment regrading his new space science fiction movies in the making.
Some recent shows:
** The Space Show – Sun, 12/08/2019 – Dr. David Livingston led a discussion with listeners “on several Space Show topics in physics and the future of physics, The Space Development Network and space agriculture, important Space Show fundraising efforts for our 2019 campaign, news events of the day and more”.
5. Friday, Dec. 6, 2019; 9:30-11 am PST (1:30 am-1 pm CST, 12:30-2 pm EST): We welcome Dr. Panagiotis (Panos) Tsiotras of IEEE and the Georgia Institute of Technology will discuss AI, robotics, automated systems and more.
6. Sunday, Dec. 18, 2019; 12-1:30 pm PST (3-4:30 pm EST, 2-3:30 pm CST): OPEN LINES. We want your calls. Talk about what is on your mind. All callers welcome on space, science, STEM, STEAM and related subjects.
A message from David Livingston:
Please Help The Space Show Reach Our Campaign Goal Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019
Dear Space Show Listeners:
The Space Show thanks you for your past and present support. Help us reach our $20K campaign goal for Space Show operating costs & upgrades to digital hybrid phone line equipment for 2020. We are moving toward our goal but we need your help to get there. Please support The Space Show. Use the PayPal banner @ www.thespaceshow.com. Make checks to One Giant Leap Foundation & mail to Box 95, Tiburon, CA 94920. Thank you. Remember your gift is tax deductible as The Space Show with One Giant Leap Foundation is a 501C3 nonprofit
2. Tuesday, Oct. 15 , 2019; 7-8:30 pm PDT (9-10:30 pm CDT, 10-11:30 pm EDT) : We welcome back Dr. Alan Hale for astronomy news. Alan co-discovered the Hale Bopp comet.
3. Wednesday, Oct.16, 2019; Hotel Mars. See Upcoming Show Menu and the website newsletter for details. Hotel Mars is pre-recorded by John Batchelor. It is archived on The Space Show site after John posts it on his website.
1. Monday, July 1, 2019; 7-8:30 pm PDT (9-10:30 pm CDT, 10-11:30 pm EDT): Special show this evening with Aggie Kobrin and Rod Pyle to summarize ISDC 2019 plus NSS and more.
2. Tuesday, July 2, 2019; 7-8:30 pm PDT (9-10:30 pm CDT, 10-11:30 pm EDT): We welcome back we welcome back Dr. John Jurist for a frank discussion on the Jurist perspective regarding space policy, the Moon, rockets, Mars, the Gateway, NASA, budgets, China and much more. Don’t miss it!”
3. Wednesday, July 3, 2019; Hotel Mars. See Upcoming Show Menu and the website newsletter for details. Hotel Mars is pre-recorded by John Batchelor. It is archived on The Space Show site after John posts it on his website.
4. Friday, July 5, 2019; 9:30-11 am PDT (11:30 am -1 pm CDT; 12:30-2 pm EDT): No show today due to the July 4th holiday weekend.
5. Sunday, July 7, 2019; 12-1:30 pm PDT (3-4:30 pm EDT, 2-3:30 pm CDT): No show due to the July 4th holiday weekend.
** Sun, 06/23/2019 – Loren Grush, space reporter at The Verge, discussed “the upcoming Falcon Heavy STP 2 launch, commercial, getting to and from the Moon, millennials and space, China, aerospace engineering, space journalism, women in space fields, green propellant and so very much more”.
** Space Station Research: Intersecting the Magical and the Technical
At any given time, we have about 300 experiments being conducted aboard the International Space Station. Anne McClain shares an inspiring perspective on the research she’s helped conduct. Learn more about the research being conducted on Station: https://www.nasa.gov/iss-science
** NASA astronaut Anne McClain seems more limber and energetic as she emerges from the Soyuz than many others after returning from a long stay on the ISS:
Expedition 59 Flight Engineer Anne McClain of NASA is helped out of the Soyuz MS-11 spacecraft just minutes after she, Canadian Space Agency astronaut David Saint-Jacques, and Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, landed in Kazakhstan. The trio spent 204 days on the International Space Station, during which they orbited Earth 3,264 times traveling 86,430,555 miles.