Dr. Jeffrey Foust

Dr. Jeff Foust is the editor of The Space Review (www.thespacereview.com), a weekly online publication of articles and commentary on space-related topics. He also publishes Spacetoday.net, which provides links to and summaries of space news from around the web, as well as spacepolitics.com, a weblog devoted to space policy topics. He has written articles on a variety of astronomy and space Jeff has a BS with honors in geophysics from Caltech and a PhD in planetary sciences from MIT. Jeff is also a full time journalist with Space News.

Broadcast 997 (Special Edition)

Guests: Dr. Jeff Foust and Charles Miller returned to The Space Show to discuss their three part series, "The Vision for Space Exploration and the retirement of the Baby Boomers," in The Space Review. We started the discussion today with the introduction to the problem as they see it. Baby Boomers will soon be retiring and taxing the entitlement and other support aspects of the U.S. budget. Thus, there will be fewer funds available for the discretionary budget including NASA and programs such as the VSE.

Broadcast 793 (Special Edition)

Dr. Jeff Foust was the guest for this Space Show program. We started the discussion by asking Jeff how one submits an article to The Space Review (www.thespacereview.com). After talking about The Space Review, we asked Jeff for his comments on the New Space 2007 conference he attended this past week. Jeff provided a with a day by day accounting of the programming, starting with Thursday which was a commercial-military space plane day.

Broadcast 230 (Special Edition)

Dr. Jeff Foust, editor of The Space Review, was the guest on this edition of The Space Show. Dr. Foust shared with Space Show listeners new perspectives regarding the Aldridge Commission final report which has been leaked to the press and which is due out on June 16. In light of the preliminary information on the recommendations of this final report, we talked with Dr. Foust about possible reactions to the recommendations by Congress, the White House, space advocates, and the general public. Dr.


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