1. Tuesday, June. 6, 2023; 7 pm PST (9 pm CST, 10 pm EST): We welcome back Robert Zimmerman for space news and policy updates.
3. Friday, Mar.9, 2023; 9:30-11 am PST (11:30 am-1 pm CST, 12:30-2 pm EST): We welcome Billy Miossi to talk about his documentary film on the Voyager spacecraft.
4. Sunday, Mar.11, 2023; 12-1:30 pm PST (2-3:30 pm CST, 3-4:30 pm EST): We welcome back Dr. Nick Kanas to discuss his new book, Behavioral Health and Human Interactions in Space [Amazon commission link].
Some recent shows:
** Hotel Mars – Wednesday, May.31.2023 – Dr. Erika Nesvold spoke with John Batchelor and Dr. David Livingston about her new book, Off-Earth: Ethical Questions and Quandaries for Living in Outer Space [Amazon commission link], on space settlement, ethics, Mars and more
about For All Moon Kind and the new Institute on Space Law and Ethics. We talked about both the OST and Artemis articles that apply to protecting historical sites plus govern our space contact. Our discussion included many subjects with multiple listener questions.
the use of ideology instead of merit in teaching and grading science, the scientific method and more. Our guest explained the why of the adverse impacts of the DEI ideology citing specific individual and educational examples.
the Vast Space Systems artificial gravity commercial space station to be launched in 2025 with later versions using artificial gravity at the lunar gravity rate. Rand talked about the previously high launch costs having been a deterrent to private station development but that the cost now was making it an affordable industry.
graduate work on mapping, cataloging and studying the volcanoes on Venus. We also compared them to volcanoes elsewhere in the solar systems and discussed many other questions, issues and concerns regarding the planet Venus.
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