1. Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021; 7 pm PST (9 pm CST, 10 pm EST): We welcome back Robert Zimmerman for his 2021 summary program with a look ahead for all space news and more.
2. Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2021; 1:00 pm PST (3:00 pm CST, 4:00 pm EST) – Hotel Mars: Dr. Jeff Foust talks with John Batchelor and Dr. David Livingston about the first National Space Council Meeting with Vice President Kamala Harris presiding.
3. Friday, Dec.10, 2021; 9:30-11 am PST (11:30 am-1 pm CST, 12:30-2 pm EST): We welcome back Dr. Malcolm LeCompte regarding the possible asteroid strike in the Near East several thousand years ago. Malcolm was a recent Hotel Mars guest.
4. Sunday, Dec.12, 2021; 12-1:30 pm PST (2-3:30 pm CST, 3-4:30 pm EST): Welcome to the last OPEN LINES program for 2021. Make sure we hear from you. All callers welcome. 1-866-687-7223
Annual fund raising drive.
Support The Space Show: Won’t You Please Help The Space Show This Giving Tuesday? | The Space Show
… The Space Show needs your help to enable us to have another strong year promoting all things space and what we each do to work towards the benefits for all by developing our space resources.
Through our full year of programing in 2021 which is just about to end, we have documented much of what has happened this year in space. Looking forward to 2022, we will, with your help, continue to grow and our focus on space will get sharper as space continues to make all our lives better. In June 2021, we started our 20th year. WOW! I am still awed by that fact and humbled by all of you who participate in what The Space Show does each week and has been doing for more than 20 years. Thank you so much for your support as it is greatly appreciated.
Only with your continued help and dedication, can we continue making available to you a quality forum to promote your interests, your IP, books, products and ideas. The Space Show vision burns as bright as ever as we continue in our 20th anniversary on to our 21st year starting in June 2022.
In keeping with our previous history over the last 20 years, this is the time of year for The Space Show/One Giant Leap Foundation to replenish itself to carry on for the upcoming new year, 2022. To make sure that The Space Show meets the challenges of 2022 , we need partners just like you to help us stay strong and keep going as we are completely listener funded. We can’t go it alone, we need your help and support. We need listeners and supporters just like you to help make it so. Many of you listen to our programs and participate with us without contributing or supporting us. While our content is distributed free of charge, it does come with a high production cost so please continue listening and participating but do financially support us for 2022. Don’t rely on others to keep The Space Show strong for your listening pleasure. Keeping us strong is a group activity and we need your financial support along with your participation in our programming so please donate to The Space Show/One Giant Leap Foundation during our annual campaign which is now underway. We also greatly appreciate our existing supporters and ask you for your continued support. Please don’t forget to inquire about our Advisory Board participation and the sponsorship options available to Space Show supporters. …
Some recent shows:
** Tuesday, Nov.30.2021 – Dr. Brian Weeden discussed the recent “Russian ASAT test, space traffic management, space weaponization, space liability concerns, consequences for creating space debris and more“.
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