Michael Paul

Michael Paul is a space systems engineer with experience on systems flown to the innermost planet, Mercury, to Earth orbit and out to the farther reaches of our solar system. Michael is the leader of Penn State’s Google Lunar X Prize team, the Lunar Lion, directing Penn State’s first mission to another body in our solar system. Michael is leading the PSU Applied Research Laboratory’s efforts in developing a space mission leadership capability in the emerging private space exploration industry. Michael is an engaging public speaker, recently giving talks on space exploration at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry, and just last week, at TEDxPSU.

Broadcast 1980 (Special Edition)

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