This week on The Space Show With David Livingston….
SPECIAL TIME WEBINAR 7-9 PM PDT: 1. Monday, August 29, 2011, 7-9 PM PDT: This is a Space Show webinar panel continuing our human factors theme. We will be looking at what it takes for life support for a deep space/Mars Mission. Our panel consists of Dr. Vadim Rygalov of Space Studies at the University of North Dakota, Brian Enke of the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, CO, and Dr. John Jurist, lifetime member of the Aerospace Medical Association. Adjunct Professors in Space Studies at UND.
This program will stream as usual on our audio streaming sites. If you want to watch the webinar video stream, use www.ustream.tv/channel/the-space-show. During the day on Monday, one or more of the panel members will upload presentation material to The Space Show blog. As instructed by the respected panel member, you will want to refer to this material during the webinar. Please do not post comments on the Presentation Material blog entry. Save your comments for the actual archiving of the program on the blog. Again, no comments please on the presentation material blog entry.
Tuesday, August 30, 2011, 7-8:30 PM PDT: We welcome Matt Billie to the program. Mr. Billie of Booz Allen Hamilton will discuss his paper from Small Sat, “Distant Horizons: Smallsat Evolution in the Mid-to Far-Term,” looking at the likely future for microsatellite technologies and applications.” Matt is also an invited panelist at the DARPA 100-Year Starship Symposium at the end of September.
Friday, September 2, 2011, 9:30-11 AM PDT: We will not have a show today as Space Show equipment needs to be taken offline, repaired, and adjusted. We have scheduled this repair day for this Friday.
Sunday, August 4, 2011,12-2 PM PDT: We welcome back Space Show guest and friend, Dr. Jeff Bell from Hawaii. Dr. Bell will share his shuttle retirement perspectives with us, though on space policy developments and budget issues, and much more. Dr. Bell is always an interesting and often a controversial guest. Don’t miss his program.