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This Week On The Space Show

Published by Klaus Schmidt on Mon May 30, 2011 8:54 am
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The Space Show, hosted by David Livingston under www.TheSpaceShow.com, will have the following guests this week:

1. Monday, May 30, 2011, 2-3:30 PM PDT (21-22:30 GMT)
Marimikel Charrier
comes to the program to discuss the upcoming New Space Conference in Mountain View, CA from July 38-31, 2011. For more information on the conference, the registration, speakers, and agenda, please visit http://newspace2011.spacefrontier.org.
Marimikel Charrier is the press manager of the Space Frontier Foundation. She is striving to promote the Space Frontier Foundation’s programs and the NewSpace industry to a greater audience. She has been a space enthusiast since she was a child, and is thrilled to be supporting mankind’s space endeavors.



Marimikel is also a freelance marketing consultant. She provides social media, PR, web development, and writing services to aerospace and entertainment communities. She also has a background in non-profit work and had a fulfilling career fundraising and marketing for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society as a campaign manager for their sports training program, Team In Training. Marimikel graduated with Professional Performance and Music Production & Engineering degrees from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Upon graduating, Marimikel worked as an engineer and producer at Mix One Studios.

2. Tuesday, May 31, 2011, 7-8:30 PM PDT (June 1, 2-3:30 GMT)
Dr. Tom Matula
returns to discuss commercial space beyond NASA for the future
Dr. Thomas Matula is a space commerce consultant and policy analyst. He has a Bachelors degree from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (1983) and both an MBA degree (1984) and Ph.D. in Business Administration from New Mexico State University (1994). His Ph.D. dissertation focused on development of a model designed to identify factors that would influence public support for commercial spaceports. He since has published numerous articles on space policy and economic development strategies for the space industry. His academic career includes over 20 years of teaching/research and writing on space commerce, business strategy and marketing. Dr. Matula’s research focuses on both the role of spaceports in regional economic development and on lunar economic development.

3. Friday, June 3, 2011, 9:30-11 AM PDT (16:30-18 GMT)
Dr. John Brandenburg
returns to discuss Mars. This discussion is a follow up to our Feb. 22, 2011 discussion.
Dr. John Brandenburg is a Mars research scientist, he is aka Victor Norgarde, author of “Morningstar Pass: The Collapse of the UFO Cover-up” and a prolific writer. Dr. Brandenburg is a researcher at Florida Space Institute having come from The Aerospace Corporation, where one of his duties was as principle investigator of the MET (Microwave Electro-Thermal) propulsion project. He also performed an architecture study for a Human Mars Mission using solar electric propulsion. He also performed research on Fusion Propulsion and Kaluza-Klein theory of Field Unification for purposes of space propulsion. Before coming to Aerospace corporation Dr. Brandenburg was a researcher at Research Support Instruments (RSI) where he specialized in making controlled laboratory plasmas for uses ranging from Fusion research to the MET thruster. He also worked as an independent consultant on Space Missile Defense, Directed Energy Weapons, and space rocket plume phenomenology, and also at Mission Research Corporation and Sandia National Laboratories on plasmas for controlled fusion and similar topics. Inspired by the Apollo missions to choose a career in Physics he has always been an avid fan of space exploration and science fiction. He is the author the “Dead Mars, Dying Earth”(1999) with Monica Rix Paxson , which dealt with the problems of energy and global warming from a comparative planetary science ( Earth-Mars) perspective and has been published the USA, Great Britain, Germany and Japan. It was the winner of the Silver Medal in the Ben Franklin awards for books on science and environment. He has recently completed writing a science fiction novel “Morningstar Pass” dealing with the problems of initial contact between humanity and extraterrestrial intelligence and the development of the human race into a space-faring civilization. He has dedicated his career to problems of space, energy and national defense. We will also be discussing with Dr. Brandenburg what the rovers are possibly finding on Mars.

4. Sunday, June 5, 2011, 12-1:30 PM PDT (19-20:30 GMT)
Tom Hoffmann
comes to the program to talk about future scenarios for commercial space. Tom is a grad student in the Space Studies program at UND and wrote a terrific paper on this subject for my commercial space class this past semester. I know you will find this discussion to be most interesting.
Thomas Hoffmann is the principal and chief consultant of FastForeward, LLC, a strategic foresight consulting consortium, resourcing non-profit organizations.  He has a Master’s degree in Studies of the Future from the University of Houston—Clear Lake and is a member of the Association of Professional Futurists.  He is also a United Methodist pastor and has written on “exomissiology”—the relationship between religious organizations and space.  He is currently a first-year student in the graduate Space Studies program at the University of North Dakota.

You can listen to the shows under www.TheSpaceShow.com
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