Taylor Dinerman

Taylor Dinerman is a senior editor at the Gatestone Institute in New York. He is also a well-known and respected space writer regarding military and civilian space activities since 1983. From 1999 until 2003, Mr. Dinerman ran Space Equity.com. Taylor Dinerman has now been writing for a variety of publications including Ad Astra, The Wall Street Journal and the American Spectator. He was a regular contributor with a weekly piece for Jeff Foust's Space Review. Mr. Dinerman’s articles on a wide range of important space topics can be read at www.thespacereview.com. His work also appears in the Wall Street Journal, the National Review, and he was the author fo the text book, "Space Sciences for Students." He is a part-time consultant for the US Defense Department.

Broadcast 1538 (Special Edition)

Guest: Taylor Dinerman. Topics: Nuclear power, Japanese accident civil & commercial space programs, DOD space programs. Please note that you are invited to comment, ask questions, and discuss the Space Show program/guest(s) on the Space Show blog, http://thespaceshow.wordpress.com. Comments, questions, and any discussion must be relevant and applicable to Space Show programming. We welcomed back Taylor Dinerman for this one hour special discussion, followed by a look ahead at some upcoming unique Space Show programs.

Broadcast 1419 (Special Edition)

Guest: Taylor Dinerman. Topics: Military space reorganization and policy, NASA and U.S. space policy. We welcomed back Taylor Dinerman to update us on important changes happening with the reorganization of military space within the Air Force, along with updates pertinent to the ongoing space policy debate. Please remember that you can comment on this program and rate it by visiting the newest Space Show Out of the Box blog at http://thespaceshowoutsidethebox.blogspot.com.

Broadcast 1376 (Special Edition)

Guest: Taylor Dinerman. Topics: Falcon 9, commercial space, ISDC, SSP. We welcomed back Taylor Dinerman and learned that he is no longer writing for The Space Review but is now writing for the Hudson Institute New York. You can find his new posts at www.hudsonny.org/mt/mt-cp.cgi?__mode=view&blog_id=1&id=138. In our first segment, Mr. Dinerman started out by commending the Falcon 9 for a near flawless launch and Space X. Taylor talked about the U.S.

Broadcast 1283 (Special Edition)

Guest: Taylor Dinerman. Topics: NASA and commercial space; Climategate, China, SSP, space policy. Taylor Dinerman returned for the first program of 2010 which went almost two hours. In segment one, Mr. Dinerman talked about the coming NASA space policy announcement and programs. He suggested there might be a coming "train wreck." Listen to his analysis in this important discussion. Taylor talked about Constellation, politics, the coming 2010 congressional elections, and possible budget fights.

Broadcast 1089 (Special Edition)

Guest: Taylor Dinerman. Topics: New NASA Administrator, DOD space policy, space weaponization, ITAR, Space Pearl Harbor, Obama space policy challenges, COTS, RLV. Taylor Dinerman returned to The Space Show to discuss DOD/Military space policy for 2009 and beyond. However, we started off by announcing the Obama choice for NASA Administrator, Retired AF Major General Scott Gration. Taylor spent most of the first segment discussing General Gration and what this might mean for NASA and various NASA programs including COTS.

Broadcast 892 (Special Edition)

Guest: Taylor Dinerman. Taylor Dinerman returned to The Space Show in order to discuss U.S. space policy, the current U.S. plans to shoot down a malfucnctioning U.S. spy satellite, and much more. During our first segment, we discussed the plans to use a U.S. Navy SM-3 missile to bring down the spy satellite, NRL- 21/USA 193. This prompted several listener questions about possible Outer Space Treaty violations, space debris, and why is this OK when the anti-satellite test that China performed in early 2007 was not ok?

Broadcast 259 (Special Edition)

Taylor Dinerman, space investigative writer and military space expert was the guest on this edition of The Space Show. Mr. Dinerman provided Space Show listeners with new insights into the military space program, the role of the U.S. Air Force in space, and also the role of the military from other nations in space activities. He also discussed the reality of dual use technology and infrastructure items with the civilian/private-sector and the military. Mr.

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