Ted Spitzmiller

TED SPITZMILLER began his professional career in the military at the
U.S. Army’s Ordnance Guided Missile School in Huntsville, Alabama.
He went on to nuclear weapons training at Sandia Base in New Mexico,
where he taught for two years in the Atomic Weapons Training Group. He
has worked for IBM, INTEL, and the Los Alamos National Laboratory from
which he retired in 2001 to teach at the university level. Spitzmiller is a
flight instructor (CFII) who has logged over 4,500 hours in more than 80
different types of aircraft. Combining his skills in writing with his knowledge
of aerospace, he has previously published six books and a number
of articles in major aviation magazines over the past 35 years.

Broadcast 2924 Ted Spitzmiller & co-host Dr. John Jurist

Guests:  Ted Spitzmiller with co-host Dr. John Jurist:  We discussed Ted's excellent book detailing the classic USAF Century Series fighter jets plus related topics.  Please direct all comments and questions regarding specific Space Show programs & guest(s) to the Space Show blog which is part of archived program on our website, www.thespaceshow.com.   Comments and questions should be relevant to the specific Space Show program.

Broadcast 839 (Special Edition)

Ted Spitzmiller returned to The Space Show to discuss his newly published "Astronautics: Book 2 - To The Moon And Towards The Future, A Historical Perspective of Mankind's Efforts To Conquer the Cosmos." We began our discussion with a bit of history regarding the circumstances that led us to the Moon and then we looked forward to examine our national as well as the international environment of today at a time when we are working to return to the Moon. This proved to be a most interesting discussion, visionary, and educational. You do not want to miss it.

Broadcast 800 (Special Edition)

Ted Spitzmiller was the guest for this special Space Show program. As a space historian and author of the newly published series of books by Apogee, "Astronautics: Book 1-Dawn Of The Space Age" and "Book 2-To The Moon and To The Future," we talked important space history starting with Sputnik 1. As this week is the 50th anniversary of Sputnik, we did focus on the impact of Sputnik on America and the world, plus the early days of the American space program. Many listener questions came in for Ted.

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