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Robert Godwin is the owner and founder of Apogee Space Books. He was the Space Curator at the Canadian Air & Space Museum in Toronto and has written or edited almost 200 books including the award winning series "The NASA Mission Reports". Robert has appeared on dozens of radio and...

Scot Stride is a senior engineer at NASA JPL in Pasadena, CA. Mr. Stride holds a BSEE in Computer Engineering. Scot began his career at JPL in 1982 and has worked on flight telecommunications and radar hardware for several NASA missions including Galileo, NSCAT, Mars Pathfinder Rover, Mars 2001...

Dr. George C. Nield serves as the Associate Administrator for Commercial Space Transportation at the FAA. He has over 30 years of aerospace experience with the Air Force, at NASA, and in private industry. Dr. Nield came to the FAA from the Orbital Sciences Corporation, where he served as Senior...

Tim Pickens is a Commercial Space Advisor and Technical Consultant, an inventor, entrepreneur, innovator, engineer and educator. His business, Pickens Innovations, specializes in commercial space, technical product development and solutions, and business consulting for space and technical...

Daniel Bateman is the Community Outreach Manager for the Kansas Cosmophere and Space Center. Mr. Bateman is an authority on the Space Shuttle and International Space Station. He has been a presenter at the Annual International Space Station Educators Conference. He has also presented for...

As a Senior Space Research Analyst at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado, Brian Enke researches Mars and asteroid science, artificial intelligence and robotics algorithms, and remote sensing technologies. Prior to 2001, he worked for 17 years as a senior integrator and complex...

Tim Ventura is the CEO of American Antigravity (www.americanantigravity.com). Tim Ventura started doing independent research into Antigravity in 1992, but didn't begin sharing his work with the pubic until 2002, when he realized the need for an...

Dr. Alan Hale is an astronomer and the co-discoverer of Comet Hale-Bopp in 1995. Dr. Hale is the founder of Southwest Institute for Space Research which is dedicated to furthering space research, diplomacy and education through space studies, and space commerce. Dr. Hale is also an expert on...

David Ashford graduated from Imperial College in aeronautical engineering and spent one year at Princeton doing post-graduate research on rocket motor combustion instability. His first job, starting in 1961, was with the Hawker Siddeley Aviation spaceplane design team. He has worked as an...

Mr. Walker is the author of the newly released Apogee book, "Atlas, The Ultimate Weapon. " Mr. Walker was a key participant in the Atlas program from 1953-1963 with the prime contractor, Convair-Astronautics (later General Dynamics). Mr. Walker began his career with Convair in 1945 as an...

Leonard David is a space journalist, reporting on space activities for over 50 years.

 

Mr. David is author of Mars – Our Future on the Red Planet -- published by National Geographic in October 2016. The book is the companion book to Mars...

Jeff Feige is the CEO of Orbital Outfitters, a recently formed NewSpace company to make spaceflight participant spacesuits. Mr. Feige will be discussing the upcoming Return to the Moon Conference sponsored by The Space Frontier Foundation. The conference is scheduled for July 21-23 in Las Vegas...

Dr. Jim Pass received his Ph.D. in sociology in 1991 from the University of Southern California (USC) with a specialty in deviance. He became increasingly uninterested about the topic as he neared graduation. Being interested in both sociology and space exploration, he put the two together after...

Dr. Louis Friedman is a native of New York City. He received a B.S. in Applied Mathematics and Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin in 1961, an M.S. in Engineering Mechanics at Cornell University in 1963, and a Ph.D. from the Aeronautics and Astronautics Department at M.I.T. in...

Dr. Bradley Carl Edwards, received his Ph.D. in Physics in 1990, spent 11 years as a staff member at Los Alamos National laboratory (LANL) leading advanced technology efforts for lunar missions, optical cryocooler development , detector system development astrophysical satellites, and a Europa...

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