The Space Show this week – Oct.18.2021

The guests and topics of discussion on The Space Show this week:

1. Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021; 7 pm PDT (9 pm CDT, 10 pm EDT): We welcome back Joan Horvath and Rich Cameron regarding their new book [Amazon commission] on math, geometry and space.

2. Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021: Hotel Mars. Dr. Malcolm LeCompte will talk with David Livingston and John Batchelor about “a large asteroid strike [,] the biblical story in Genesis, [and] what science says!

3. Friday, Oct.22, 2021; 9:30-11 am PDT (11:30 am-1 pm CDT, 12:30-2 pm EDT): We welcome back John Jossy to discuss his unique commercial space industry research, settlement and lots more.

4. Sunday, Oct.24, 2021; 12-1:30 pm PDT (3-4:30 pm EDT, 2-3:30 pm CDT): So you want to be a guest on The Space Show, right? Today is your opportunity. Call and tell us about your ideas and why you want to present them on The Space Show? You will have sufficient time to promote yourself and ideas so call us. Step up to the plate. Be on The Space Show. Don’t miss this once a year opportunity.

Some recent shows:

** Sunday, Oct.17.2021Dr. David Livingston led an online discussion with callers on a wide range of space issues and news items.

**Thursday, Oct.14.2021Dr. Brian Greendiscussed his new book Space Ethics [Amazon commission link] along with leading us through a more detailed discussion about ethical issues for humans developing and living in space“.

** Tuesday, Oct.12.2021Dr. Ajay Kothari talked about “Thorium energy and reactors, details, advantages and some of the politics involved in using thorium to solve our energy problems“.

** See also:
* The Space Show Archives
* The Space Show Newsletter
* The Space Show Shop

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