The Space Show
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The Space Show focuses on timely and important issues influencing the development of outer-space commerce, space tourism,space exploration and space development. The Space Show is committed to facilitating our becoming a space-faring nation and society with a growing and self-sustaining space-faring economy. The Space Show also focuses on other related subjects of interest to us all.
||Dr. John Brandenburg, Sunday, 9-25-16||Welcome to our 2 hour 18 minute detailed discussion with Dr. John Brandenburg. For the first half of the program, we talked about John's Space 2016 presentations on his GEM Unification Theory and his theory about past very large nuclear explosions on Mars. During the second part of the show, we focused on hybrid fission-fusion reactors. Please read the fully summary of this program at www.thespaceshow.com for this program on this date, Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016.||26/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Dennis Wingo, Friday, 9-21-16||Welcome to our 88 minute program with Dennis Wingo. The topics we discussed included the health of the commercial space industry, specific commercial space definitions, growth in the market and customers and more. We also talked about SpaceX and their Falcon 9 launch explosion from Sept. 1 of this year. Dennis referenced many new and interesting commercial companies using space as a tool to deliver their product rather than space as the product. You don't want to miss this discussion. Other topics included lifestyle investors, Mars, utilizing the Moon and for what, NASA contractors as compared to a true commercial company & more. The conversation continued into the second segment with our talking about cislunar space transportation, GEO orbits, private space opportunities, deep space mining, & lunar facilities. Kim asked Dennis how his own lunar and space vision had changed over time and what he thought of entertainment as a possible driver for returning to the Moon. Dennis talked more about robots and 3D printing. He was asked about the ARM poject by NASA, the upcoming Musk talk on his Mars plans, China and their ASAT work and more. Read the fully summary at www.thespaceshow.com for this program on this date, Sept. 21, 2016.||24/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||The John Batchelor Show Hotel Mars, 9-21-16||Welcome to Hotel Mars on The John Batchelor Show. Our special guest was Doug Messier of www.parabolicarc.com. Topics discussed were the SpaceX Falcon 9 accident, STratoLaunch, Virgin Galactic, Blue Origin, and more. Read the full summary of this program at www.thespaceshow.com for this date, Sept. 21, 2016||24/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Mark Whittington, Tuesday, 9-20-16||We welcomed Mark Whittington back to the show. We discussed many topics including commercial space, SpaceX, the Falcon 9 accident, the upcoming Mars plans of Elon Musk, breakthrough propulsion ideas such as EmDrive and a soon to be released space film, "Hidden Figures." Please read the full summary of this program at www.thespaceshow.com for this date, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016.||21/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Dr. Paul Sutter, Monday, 9-19-16||We welcomed back Dr. Paul Sutter to discuss space science and more. We started with a brief discussion of the Electric Universe theory. From there, we moved to a scientific discussion about time travel, both going back in time and going forward in time. It seems that going back in time will not work but we could go forward in time but we would need to be able to approach the speed of light to make it more than just an academic theory for without the near light speed, none of this would be practical. You won't want to miss this discussion. We also talked about EmDrive, warp drive, and other concepts for breakthrough propulsion. Please read the full summary of this program at www.thespaceshow.com for this show on this date, Sept. 19, 2016.||20/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||AIAA Space 2016 Interviews, Sunday, 9-18-16||Welcome to the taped interviews that I did at this year's Space 2016 Conference in Long Beach, CA. on Sept. 12, 2016. First, there were audio issues with the tape recorders so I apologize for the glitches you will hear. Next, I put all of the interviews into one program so it is a long play at slightly more than three hours. The first segment which runs 1 hour 16 minutes including Space Show startup and introductions Steve Jolly, the Lockheed Martin chief engineer for the civil space line of business and Tim Cichan, Lockheed's space exploration architect. We discussed both the Orion capsule and the Mars Base Camp project (www.lockheedmartin.com/marsbasecamp. The second segment took place at the lab of Dr. Jim Woodward at Cal State Fullerton. Space Show listener John Hunt and I met with Dr. Woodward and Dr. Heidi Fearn to go over Jim's work in developing Mach Thrusters. This interview is about 1 hour 40 minutes in length. The final interview is with Space Show listener John Hunt. We debriefed one another after the Woodward-Fearn visit. This session was about 47 minutes in length. I realize this is a long recording. If you want to listen to it in segments, I suggest you start with the Lockheed interviews. You can return later for the Woodward-Fearn interview and the discussion John and I had about our visit.||18/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Kim Holder, Sunday, 9-11-16||We welcomed Kim Holder back to the program for a 1 hour 56 minute discussion about Kim's Moonwards concept and project. Visit www.moonwards.com for more information. Also check out her blog postings at www.moonwards1.blogspot.com. During the first segment of our program, Kim explained the origins of the Moonwards project and what it is she wants to accomplish with this virtual reality hands on model of a lunar colony. She explains where Moonwards stands today, how to participate, the skills needed and wanted and they WHY of it all. Kim also talked about technology for the virtual colony, why the Moon over Mars or other possible destinations, and much more. In the second segment, she discussed why she chose to do this program on 9/11. don't miss this discussion. Listeners asked her questions about her lunar location and the lunar choice over othe rpossible destinations. Near the end of the program, Doug called to talk about her use of basalt rather than inflatable technology, radiation and other issues. The last questions came from Adrian who suggested her concept would never get off the ground. I read his entire email on air so listen to how Kim replied. Post your comments and thoughts on TSS blog in the comments section for this show on this date at www.thespaceshow.com.||11/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Dr. Marc Rayman, Friday, 9-9-16 Dawn Mission||We welcomed back Dr. Mark Rayman of JPL to discuss the Dawn mission and Ceres updates. We also talked about science and exploration, but we got some updates on the Vesta data as well. Read the full summary of this 90 minute program at www.thespaceshow.com for this program on this date, Sept. 9, 2016.||10/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||The John Batchelor Show Hotel Mars, Wednesday, 9-7-16||We welcome you to Hotel Mars with our special guest Dr. Jared Espley to discuss the early photographs being taken by JUNO in orbit around Jupiter. We also played some of the sounds from Jupiter which are explained in the full summary of this program which you can read at www.thespaceshow.com for this program on this date, Sept. 7, 2016.||10/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Dr. Sandy Magnus, Tuesday, 9-6-16||We welcomed Dr. Sandy Magnus, Executive Director of AIAA back to the show to discuss the upcoming Space 2016 Conference in Long Beach starting Sept. 13, 2016. Dr. Magnus talked about special plenary programs and speakers, panels, special topics, Mars, and more. Later in the 60 minute segment we discussed her AWST Op-Ed from May 27, 2016, "Help Commercial Space And Go To Mars---How NASA Can Do Both." Our guest summarized the article and discussed the big picture and visionary strategy. Read the full summary for this program on The Space Show website (www.thespaceshow.com) for the archives for this show on this date, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016.||6/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Dr. Grace Wolf-Chase, Friday, 9-2-16||We welcomed Dr. Grace Wolf-Chase, an Astronomer at the Adler Planetarium at the University of Chicago, to our program. In the first segment of our 90 minute program, Dr. Wolf-Chase introduced us to the Adler Planetarium and many of its in-house and out reach programs. Some of the programs have an online presence with more coming out in that format. We also talked about the 50th anniversary of Star Trek which is coming up and the significance of Star Trek both on our guest and on many others influencing them in their conduct, academic studies and careers. We also talked about many of the astronomy related academic fields of study, why Antares is the favorite star of our guest plus lots more. In the second segment, we spoke about true citizen science through www.zooniverse.org. Read the full program summary at www.thespaceshow.com for this program on this date, Sept. 2, 2016.||3/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Dr. Patricia (Pat) Hynes, Thursday, 9-1-16||We welcomed back to the show Dr. Patricia (Pat) Hynes to discus this year's International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight (www.ispcs.com). During our 86 minute program (it was scheduled for 60 minutes) without a break, Dr. Hynes not only talked about the conference theme and its meaning, but she also went through many of the panels, keynote speaking topics, conference logistics and more. She also made a point of talking about how the Symposium reaches out across and beyond just the space community which she said was very important. The Symposium is in Las Cruces, NM from Oct. 12-13, 2016. There are also events before and after the main event. Read the full summary of this program at www.thespaceshow.com for this program on this date, Sept. 1, 2016.||2/9/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Dr. Dorit Donoviel, Tuesday, 8-30-16||We welcomed back Dr. Dorit Donoviel for this 2 hour 28 minute human factors discussion regarding long duration spaceflight. We started off with a comprehensive discussion regarding the VIIP vision problem but then we moved on to talk about other microgravity issues and radiation. Other human factors issues came up involving life support and psychological issues. Please read the fully summary of this program at www.thespaceshow.com for this guest on this day, August 30, 2016||31/8/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||Keri Kukral, Monday, 8-29-16||Welcome to our program with Keri Kukral of www.rawscience.tv. Keri was back with us for this 1 hour 29 minute program on this year's Raw Science film awards, the announcement of new categories, a discussion of artificial gravity and dance plus much more. This is a fascinating discussion about science fiction, space and science promotion through film and so much more. Read the full summary of the program at www.thespaceshow.com for this program on this date, August 29, 2016.||30/8/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
||The John Batchelor Show Hotel Mars, Wednesday, 8-24-16||Welcome to Hotel Mars with Dr. Scott Sandford. During our double segment discussion, we talked about the upcoming asteroid sample return mission OSIRIS REx. We discussed all aspects of the mission including how the sample would be taken and returned to Earth. Read the full program summary at www.thespaceshow.com for this program on this date, August 24, 2016.||30/8/2016||Grátis||Ver no iTunes|
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Great resource for space news and discussion
I try to never miss an episode !