3. Friday, Dec.2, 2022; 9:30-11 am PST (11:30 am-1 pm CST, 12:30-2 pm EST): We welcome back Dr. Pete Worden for Breakthrough Prize updates and much much more. Don’t miss this discussion!
4. Sunday, Dec.4, 2022; 12-1:30 pm PST (2-3:30 pm CST, 3-4:30 pm EST): We welcome Gurbir Singh back to the show regarding his new book.
The Space Show Asks For Your Support For Our Annual Campaign
Nov. 25, 2022
Please support The Space Show during our Annual Campaign which makes possible our 2023 programming year. We are 100% listener supported so your help . is essential to Space Show programming. If you like the programming, our guests, our format which connects you real time to the guests and other listeners, plus our blog for archive listeners that also connects you with our guests, then please donate and support us. Your support is very important to us and makes possible our programming for the new year starting in January. Use the PayPal link at the top of our home page, www.thespaceshow.com, or if you prefer mailing a check, please make it payable to One Giant Leap Foundation, C/O Dr. David Livingston, 11035 Lavender Hill Dr, Ste. 160-306, Las Vegas, NV 89135.
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** Tuesday, Nov.15.2022 – Dr. John Brandenburg returned to the show “to update us with some new information pertaining to his hypothesis about large nuclear bomb like explosions on Mars hundreds of million years ago“.
4. Friday, Nov.18, 2022; 9:30-11 am PST (11:30 am-1 pm CST, 12:30-2 pm EST): We welcome Brad Bergan re his new book, “Space Race 2.0.
5. Sunday, Nov.20, 2022; 12-1:30 pm PST (2-3:30 pm CST, 3-4:30 pm EST): There will be no show today. Today starts our annual fund raising campaign. Please see our kickoff letter on the Upcoming Show web page for this date. While away for Thanksgiving week in Ca, I will continue to provide updated show and campaign information on the Upcoming Show Menu. Live broadcasting resumes Tuesday, Nov. 29. All missed programs will be made up by adding in special programs prior to the end of the year.
back after a decade or so to talk for two hours with us about radiation for humans on the Moon, why go to the Moon, tourism, settlement, then SSP, an economic analysis and much more. Great calls, emails, a very good two hour discussion.
** Tuesday, Nov.8.2022 – Robert Zimmerman returned for a “look at some key space events for 2022, a look toward 2023, company reviews, a look at the records being made in the launch industry this year, commercial space and national security space commentary, space economics and much more“.
** Sunday, Nov.6.2022 – The Open Lines ” had multiple callers for this program, both to discuss space topics plus to tell us their story of their interactions with The Space Show“.
** Friday, Nov.4.2022 – Andrew Chanin “was back with us to discuss the UFO EFT, investing in commercial space, space as an essential part of our economy, rising interest rates and capital flow to the industry plus more“.
1. Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2022; 7 pm PST (9 pm CST, 10 pm EST): We welcome back Dr. Ajay Kothari to continue his advocacy for the use of thorium reactors for power generation.
2. Hotel Mars – Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022; 1:00 pm PST (3:00 pm CST, 4:00 pm EST): Eric Berger talks with John Batchelor and Dr. David Livingston, about the SpaceX Starship and NASA’s SLS [Space Launch System] prep work and more.
3. Friday, Sept.16, 2022; 9:30-11 am PST (11:30 am-1 pm CST, 12:30-2 pm EST): This program is TBD due to a last minute change by our planned guest.
** Friday, Sept.9.2022 – Dallas Bienhoff talked about “his joining with OffWorld (see www.offworld.ai) in addition to talking about other timely topics impacting space development, our efforts for a lunar return, new rockets and spaceships, human spaceflight, policy, adversaries and much more“.
** International Space Station is preparing humans for deep space exploration – VideoFromSpace
Life support technology, experiments and living in microgravity on the International Space Station have been stepping stones for humans to reach out further into the solar system.
** Astronaut Jessica Watkins Answers Kentucky Student Questions – Aug. 22, 2022 – NASA Video
Aboard the International Space Station, NASA Expedition 67 Flight Engineer Jessica Watkins answered pre-recorded questions about life and work on the orbiting laboratory during an in-flight event August 22 with students, faculty, and staff at the Challenger Center in Hazard, Kentucky. Watkins is in the midst of a science mission living and working aboard the microgravity laboratory to advance scientific knowledge and demonstrate new technologies for future human and robotic exploration missions as part of NASA’s Moon and Mars exploration approach, including lunar missions through NASA’s Artemis program.
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** Expedition 67 Astronaut Frank Rubio Answers Media Questions Before Launch – Aug. 22, 2022 – NASA Video
NASA Astronaut Frank Rubio discusses his upcoming mission to the International Space Station and takes questions from media during a virtual news conference from Star City, Russia. Rubio, along with Roscosmos cosmonauts Sergey Prokopyev and Dmitri Petelin, is scheduled to launch to the space station Wednesday, Sept. 21, aboard the Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. He will be a flight engineer and member of the Expedition 68 station crew.
** Robotic arm inspects Chinese space station in these amazing views – VideoFromSpace
Watch China’s robotic arm scan the exterior of the Tiangong space station in these views. The inspection was completed to “ensure it is ready to move the Wentian lab module from its current docking bay to its permanent dock,” according to China Central Television (CCTV).
** See amazing views of Earth from the Chinese space station – VideoFromSpace
China has released a stunning compilation of views of Earth from the Tiangong space station.
Currently, live views from the ISS are streaming from an external camera mounted on the ISS module called Node 2. Node 2 is located on the forward part of the ISS. The camera is looking forward at an angle so that the International Docking Adapter 2 (IDA2) is visible. If the Node 2 camera is not available due to operational considerations for a longer period of time, a continuous loop of recorded HDEV imagery will be displayed. The loop will have “Previously Recorded” on the image to distinguish it from the live stream from the Node 2 camera. After HDEV stopped sending any data on July 18, 2019, it was declared, on August 22, 2019, to have reached its end of life. Thank You to all who shared in experiencing and using the HDEV views of Earth from the ISS to make HDEV so much more than a Technology Demonstration Payload!
5. Friday, Apr.2, 2021; 9:30-11 am PDT (11:30 am-1 pm CDT, 12:30-2 pm EDT): We welcome Bruce Pittman back to the program to discuss his proposal, “Spacecraft Nation: A Toolkit for Building Back Better Using Space“.
6. Sunday, Apr.4, 2021; 12-1:30 pm PDT (3-4:30 pm EDT, 2-3:30 pm CDT): No program today as this is Easter Sunday.
** Tuesday, Mar.23.2021 – Robert Zimmerman “returned for a two hour plus discussion ranging from the Mars rovers, especially Perseverance, to NASA marketing policy for Mars and the rover missions, to suborbital tourism, SpaceX, Blue Origin and Virgin news plus more.”