Monthly Archive for May, 2007

The Space Show Interviews Walt Anderson

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Space entrepreneur and convicted tax evader Walt Anderson speaks to David Livingston from DC Jail in this special edition of the Space Show.
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Dr. Ken Cox and Bruce Pittman Discuss Space Commerce

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Dr. Ken Cox and Bruce Pittman were the special guests for this Space Show program to discuss space commerce.
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Space Show Interview with NM Space Port Authority Director

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Rick Homans, the Executive Director of the New Mexico Spaceport Authority, discusses plans for tourism flights from the desert.
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Space Show Interview with Dr. John Jurist on Space Investment

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Dr. John Jurist speaks with David Livingston about investing in alt.space businesses.
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The Space Show Highlights Space Investment Summit

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Paul Eckert, Tom Olson and Eva-Jane Lark discussed the recently held Space Investment Summit with Dr. David Livingston.
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Space Show Interview with Dr. Charles Lurio

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Dr. Charles Lurio talks about developments in commercial spaceflight, NASA’s VSE, and more with Dr. David Livingston.
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Space Show Podcast with LiftPort’s Michael Laine

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Michael Laine, the President of LiftPort, talks to David Livingston about his company and the prospects for the space elevator.
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The Space Show Podcast Interview with Esther Dyson

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Esther Dyson talks to David Livingston about her company, EDventure, and her Flight School workshop for new air and space entrepreneurs.
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Masten Space Systems blog » More multiple engine tests

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Masten Space Systems has posted new videos of multiple engine tests on its web site.
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“Radio” Helps Win Man Suborbital Ride

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British data analyst Ian Anderson won a contest for a suborbital ride that will be arranged by Space Adventures by naming radio as the greatest invention of all time.
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