Mr Hubert P Davis

Hu Davis was a manager of Apollo spacecraft power and propulsion systems at NASA Johnson Space Center, and also managed assembly and checkout of four Lunar Modules (including LM-5, the Apollo 11 lunar landing vehicle). After Apollo, he served as JSC Future Programs manager. working on the Inertial Upper Stage and Shuttle C Heavy Lift vehicles. After Peter Glaser introduced him to the SPS, he was responsible for NASA’s involvement with the DOE in the CDEP and was a major contributor to that study. He remains a strong supporter, working on several concepts for economical launch to orbit that can make Space-Based Solar Power competitive with terrestrial sources of energy.

Broadcast 2002 (Special Edition)

Guests: Hu Davis & William (Bill) Ketchum. Topics: Space infrastructure, SSP, SLS, Falcon Heavy, reusability, space policy and U.S. space leadership. Please direct all comments and questions regarding Space Show programs/guest(s) to the Space Show blog, http://thespaceshow.wordpress.com. Comments and questions should be relevant to the specific Space Show program. Written Transcripts of Space Show programs are a violation of our copyright and are not permitted without prior written consent, even if for your own use.

Broadcast 1409 (Special Edition)

Guest: Hu Davis. Topics: Space Solar Power. We welcomed back to the program Hu Davis to talk about SSP. In our first segment, Hu went over the history of SSP and earlier studies that showed SSP to be very promising as a source of power for our grid. He referenced many of these studies so you can find them on the net if you are so inclined to do so. He referenced earlier EIR reports that showed positive impact for land use, water usage, and safety.

Broadcast 244 (Special Edition)

Hu Davis was the guest for this Space Show program. Having worked with NASA and the Apollo program, and now with Starcraft Boosters, Mr. Davis talked to Space Show listeners about the importance of returning to the Moon to stay and why we should be developing lunar resources. Mr. Davis also addressed issues relating to the space vision proposed by President Bush, why we should be more focused on going back to the Moon to stay and develop it rather than on using the Moon as a stopping off or training point for going on to Mars and beyond. We also talked to Mr.

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