Broadcast 1006 (Special Edition)

Guests: Retired General Bob Dickman, Executive Director of AIAA, Col. Richard White, USAF SMC LAAFB, and Maureen Heath of Northrop Grumman Corporation were our guests tonight regarding the upcoming AIAA Space 2008 Conference to be held in San Diego, CA from Sept. 9-11. For conference information and registration, please visit We started our discussion with Ms. Heath and the Civil Space Day programming that she has been organizing for Wednesday, Sept. 10th.

Broadcast 926 (Special Edition)

Guests: Dr. Jim Pass, Dr. Al Harrison, and Tom Gangale were the guests for today's Space Show program to discuss astrosociology and the social science role in space education as well as space development. We started our discussion with an update from Jim, Al, and Tom about their panel discussion at the recent Contact Conference, "Astrosociology and 21st Century Space Exploration." You will not want to miss this comprehensive, far reaching, and important discussion.

Broadcast 922 (Special Edition)

Guest: Jim Lewis was the guest for this Space Show program. Jim is the managing director of the Deep Space Communications Network and is the facilitator of The Space Show Deep Space Messages. Jim returns for this program to update us on deep space communications and to discuss this topic in a broad and general way. All of their deep space communications, including those by Space Show guests, can be found on their archive page, Also, all Space Show Deep Space Messages are archived on The Space Show website.

Broadcast 762 (Special Edition)

Dr. Al Harrison was the guest for this Space Show program. Note that this program has phone line audio issues that cannot be processed out of the recording. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes you in listening to this exceptional program. Dr. Harrison is the author of the new book, "Starstruck: Cosmic Visions in Science, Religion, and Folklore." As a psychologist, Dr. Harrison is certainly qualified to examine the relationships we have with space, cultures, physics, astronomy, myths, and extraterrestrial life.

Broadcast 359 (Special Edition)

Scot Stride, a senior engineer at NASA JPL in Pasadena, California, was the guest for this Space Show program. Mr. Stride discussed SETI programs with us and highlighted his discussion with the SETI alternatives, SETV (Search for ET Visitation) and S3ETI (Solar System SETI). Mr. Stride provided listeners with a superb background and history on SETI, how it started and how it became what it is today. Mr. Stride also discussed the Allen Telescope Array and what it will mean for future SETI efforts. Mr.

Broadcast 284 (Special Edition)

Frank White, author of "The Overview Effect" and the new book, "Decision: Earth," was the guest for this program. Frank began the interview by letting us know that an update to "The Overview Effect" is in the works. We discussed the perspectives he is using in the updated version and I suggested he talk to people who represent the overview effect as well. We also talked about his new novel, "Decision: Earth, which is a book about extraterrestrial life and lots more.


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