Greg Zsidisin

Greg Zsidisin [pronounced "citizen" with a "z" at the front] is an engineer and technical writer. He is a former president of the National Space Society's New York City chapter, served a two-year appointment on the Society's Board of Directors, and chaired the Society's annual ISDC convention in Manhattan in 1996. He also organized a number of space rallies and protest events in the 1990s, notably in 1992 outside the Democratic National Convention, and in 1997 in support of the nuclear-powered Cassini mission.

Broadcast 1058 (Special Edition)

Guest: Greg Zsidisin was the guest for this Space Show program. We began our discussion with Greg about the type of space policy to expect from the new Obama administration. We focused in on the space policy transition team as Greg was asked to give us insights into their thinking and space interests. He concluded that space policy would likely unfold more or less traditionally rather than anything out of the box.

Broadcast 965 (Special Edition)

Guest: Greg Zsidisin returned for this Space Show program to discuss the SpaceContest.org site and the program for winning $1,000 with the best 3 minute YouTube space video of why support the human space program. You can get the rules and all the needed information for entering this contest at the website, www.spacecontest.org. Greg responded to several listener questions about the contest rules and format, so if you are thinking of entering, make sure you listen to the added information provided by Greg.

Broadcast 942 (Special Edition)

Guest: Greg Zsidisin was the guest for this special extra-long Mother's Day Space Show program clocking in at around 2 hours, 12 minutes. During the program, Dr. Buzz Aldrin called in twice . Bill Haynes , who was with Skylab and the Minuteman missile program , also called Greg. We started the discussion with Greg talking about his recent series of articles in The Space Review (www.thespacereview.com). To find them, go to "The Space Review" homepage and in the search box in the upper right, put in Greg's last name.

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