3. Friday, Aug.4, 2023; 9:30-11 am PST (11:30 am-1 pm CST, 12:30-2 pm EST): We welcome Dr. Ethan Siegel for updates and news on his new project.
Some recent shows:
his idea about using the ISS as an SSP [Space Solar Power] research platform when it is retired. Gary’s presentations and papers are on our blog for you to read and follow during this program. He suggested additional uses for the ISS upon retirement but SSP was his main focus.
** Friday, July.28.2023 – Matt Shindell of the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum discussed “his new Mars book [For The Love of Mars (Amazon commission link)] which focuses on the role Mars plays in human culture dating back to the ancients“.
** Hotel Mars – Wednesday, July.26.2023 – Douglas Messier gave John Batchelor and Dr. David Livingston an update “on Starship, preparations for the next launch, improvements being made and possible FAA delays“.
** Tuesday, July.25.2023 – John Jossy discussed “his blog posts [regarding] ISDC, sex in space and the need to have the gravity prescription determined, commercial companies seeking to spin or create art gravity on a commercial basis and more“.
an in-depth discussion on terraforming Mars. Don’t forget to check out his information sheet on the blog and his publication list on his bio page.
special guest for this special Space Show July 20th program. We talked about multiple topics including going to the lunar S. Pole or returning to Tranquility base. Starship was a main top throughout our discussion. The need for the gravity RX for human settlement, the renewal of the learning time extension coming due in Oct and much more.
on progress with both fusion energy and fusion propulsion for space. Stephanie talked about PSS and their work on a direct drive fusion rocket engine for propulsion, she mentioned timelines plus she mentioned other fusion methodology. We also talked about research for fusion for space and fusion for electricity here on Earth.
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