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Keay Davidson has been a science writer for the San Francisco Chronicle since 2000 and THE science writer for the San Francisco Examiner from 1986-2000. He is also the biographer for a 1999 book on Carl Sagan and the biographer for a forthcoming book on Thomas S. Kuhn. In addition, he has had a...

An entrepreneur by nature Irene Schneider is founder of ISE – IHRENES SPACE ENTERPRISES. With a superb team of experts, ISE is the first US commercial scientific consulting firm to specialize in offering comprehensive space radiation protection, space radiation mission planning, and dosimetry...

Charles Pooley is self employed as a consultant and designer with 40 years experience in the fields of circuit design, servos, electrooptics. His background ranges from two years on an oceanographic research ship, involvement in startups, four patents, design of a sounding rocket. Believing that...

Kerry Scarlott is a Director in Goulston & Storrs Corporate group, where he is resident in the firm’s Boston and Washington D.C. offices. Kerry focuses his practice on business law and international trade law. He serves as general outside counsel to companies and entrepreneurs, providing...

Monte Davis is a science and technology writer who has been following space activity since the 1960s. He covered the development of the Shuttle, helped launch OMNI and Discover magazines, and since the mid-1980s has worked with Fortune 100 corporations bringing new technologies to market in...

Robert Zimmerman is a well known and respected space historian and author. He posts regularly at his website, http://behindtheblack.com, on space, science, and other matters relating to cultural and political issues. Mr. Zimmerman is also an award winning...

Space News named Rick Tumlinson one of the 100 most influential people in the space field and is considered one of the people who helped create the current commercial space industry. He led the team that took over the Mir Space Station as the world’s first commercial space facility, signed up...

One day in 1978 Al Globus’ housemate brought home a stack of CoEvolution Quarterly issues, including an issue discussing Princeton professor Gerard O’Neill’s vision of free space settlements.  Al was electrified.  As soon as he graduated he got a job as a contractor at NASA Ames Research Center...

PHILIP ROBERT HARRIS, Ph.D., is a management/space psychologist, as well as a prolific author and futurist. He is president of Harris International, Ltd. in La Jolla, California, founded in 1971 as a global management consultancy for human resource and organization development. A former college...

ELIGAR SADEH, Ph.D. (www.linkedin.com/in/eligarsadeh), is President and CEO of Astroconsulting International LLC, which empowers space, defense, and environmental programs and projects with the critical skills to optimize outcomes, and he...

Dr. Criswell joined TRW-Houston in the 1968 after graduating from Rice University. Under the direction of the operations manager, he worked in the five departments supporting the Apollo missions and in advanced planning for post Apollo programs. In 1970 he took an educational leave from TRW and...

Michael Mealling is the VP for Business Development at Masten Space Systems and regularly blogs at Rocketforge.org on the business of space. Masten Space Systems is developing a line of VTVL launch vehicles and is looking to radically change the cost and processes for space access. Prior to...

Space News named Rick Tumlinson one of the 100 most influential people in the space field and is considered one of the people who helped create the current commercial space industry. He led the team that took over the Mir Space Station as the world’s first commercial space facility, signed up...

Gary C. Hudson is Co-Founder of the Transformational Space Corporation, AirLaunch LLC and HMX Inc. He has worked in the field of commercial space for 42 years with an emphasis on development of innovative low-cost systems. In 1996, he co-founded Rotary Rocket, dedicated to the development of a...

Dr. Mike Gruntman is professor of astronautics at the Viterbi School of Engineering of the University of Southern California (USC).  He served as the founding chairman (2004-2007) of the new Department of Astronautical Engineering at USC (http://...

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