Silicon Valley, CA (SFF PR) — You don’t want to miss the networking and business opportunities at the industry event of the year, but for those who cannot make it in person to the NewSpace 2013 Conference, you can still catch the programming on our live stream at Spacevidcast.com. You can even submit questions for the panelists by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or texting 408-461-8159. NewSpace 2013 takes place July 25-27 in Silicon Valley, CA.
All panels will be streamed live from 8:00 am on Thursday, July 25 through the end of the conference at 5:30 pm Saturday, July 27. Pacific Time. The Space Frontier Foundation is grateful to the Spacevidcast team for continuing to make the NewSpace Conference available to all around the world.
Bay Area space fans along with conference attendees are invited to our #NewSpaceTweetup at the conference venue, the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Jose at 6pm. Expect legos, prizes, and a chance to mingle with fellow space enthusiasts. Hosted by the Space Frontier Foundation, this fun event is free and open to public (donations welcome!) For the latest news, follow @NewSpaceTweetup!
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Editor’s Note: Well, this is good news for anyone who can’t make the conference this year. I even considered not going myself and just watching the whole thing from home. Then I looked outside and remembered where home is these days. I’m in the middle of the Mojave Desert, my backyard is nothing but dirt, and it’s mid-summer.
Video Caption: In Season 6 Episode 12 of Spacevidcast Live we take a look at all the NewSpace companies located in Mojave and what they are up to! Doug Messier of ParabolicArc.com walks us through that exciting area.
In Space News we have Orbital nominally launching their Antares rocket, SpaceX Grasshopper jumps 250m and lands smoothly and the wraps come off Atlantis!
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Spacevidcast News: A new bill to protect NewSpace companies, Nexus S in Near Space, a new master plan for the KSC Visitor Complex with a space shuttle orbiter home design, iPods in space, Virgin Galactic’s plans to go into orbit, shuttle fueling tests on Friday, and launch costs are going up, not down.
On our 100th live show we have special guest Andrew Chaikin, who is best known as the author of “A Man on the Moon: The Voyages of the Apollo Astronauts.” First published in 1994, this acclaimed work was the main basis for Tom Hanks’ 12-part HBO miniseries, From the Earth to the Moon, which won the Emmy for best miniseries in 1998.
In space news we have a confirmed UFO sighting as well as a very awesome explanation as to what it is, Send your face to space, and wrapping up the Moon (AKA @toddthemoon) with a bow to deliver clean and limitless power back to Earth. Pipe dream or valuable reason to push for human space flight? After the commercial break we’re joined by Tim Bailey and George Schellenger of SpaceTaskForce.com to talk about space flight, human exploration and putting sharks in space.
Jeffrey Manber, author of â€œSelling Peaceâ€ joins us to talk about the long forgotten lessons of the Russian Space Agency and how we can turn the American Space Agency in to a profit center. Having been a key player in MIRCorp and more recently NanoRacks, Manber has help commercialize space before and is ready to help do it again!