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Alfred Zaehringer started out by building his own rockets and then, in World War II, saw V-1’s and V-2’s in use against London. Moving onto the continent, he fired at them on the front lines in Germany, and also came under the attack of the first jet and rocket fighters when he crossed the...

Sam Dinkin is just back from spending 3 months in India helping one of the cellular operators there buy billions of dollars of spectrum for 3G cell phone and WiMax internet service. Dr. Dinkin has been beating the drum for space commercialization since 2004 when he started writing for the Space...

Dr. Jurist was simultaneously a physicist and a medical researcher before becoming involved in business. He earned degrees in biophysics and nuclear medicine while he was at the UCLA School of Medicine with his dissertation work performed in the Division of Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. Jurist has...

Henry Vanderbilt was a space-struck kid watching a Mercury launch on TV when someone explained that the Atlas rocket cost ten million dollars and they threw it away each flight. It precociously dawned on him that nobody was ever likely to pay for him to go to...

Dr. Alan Binder is author of both "Lunar Prospector: Against All Odds" "Moon Quake" which is a science faction book published by Apogee. He is also the Director and Founder of the Lunar Research Institute in Tucson, AZ and a Lunar and Planetary Scientist with over 40 years of experience working...

Dr. David Schrunk is an author and specialist on quality laws and space development. Dr. Schrunk will be discussing his new book, THE END OF CHAOS: Quality Laws and The Ascendancy of Democracy, an important subject for the space program as indirectly quality programs for laws in the space arena...

Nathan Horsley is a space enthusiast attorney and a life-long space enthusiast who currently makes his living as a trial lawyer in Georgia. Mr. Horsley’s academic background includes an LL.M. from the International Institute of Air and Space Law in the Netherlands. After his studies in Leiden,...

Sam Dinkin is just back from spending 3 months in India helping one of the cellular operators there buy billions of dollars of spectrum for 3G cell phone and WiMax internet service. Dr. Dinkin has been beating the drum for space commercialization since 2004 when he started writing for the Space...

Sy Liebergot, author and NASA flight controller during the Apollo and post-Apollo years began his engineering career with North American Aviation in Downey, CA before graduating from California State University-Los Angeles with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1963. His space career began at...

Dr. Jurist was simultaneously a physicist and a medical researcher before becoming involved in business. He earned degrees in biophysics and nuclear medicine while he was at the UCLA School of Medicine with his dissertation work performed in the Division of Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. Jurist has...

Theron Lutz has been interested in space exploration and electronic since a child. While he was in the Navy he was train on the operation and how to maintain of several of the Navy's guided missile systems including the standard missile, harpoon and ASROC missile system. He also received...

Terry McNeeley is the founder and site owner of www.nuclearspace.com, a website dedicated to teaching, discussing, and explaining nuclear power options for space travel, development, and exploration. Mr. McNeeley grew up in the '60s when the manned space...

Ed Buckbee is the author of the book by Apogee publishing, “The Real Space Cowboys.” Mr. Buckbee is a noted author, lecturer, space expert and director emeritus, and has been associated with the U.S. space program for four decades. Buckbee began his NASA career in 1959 when America’s first...

George Whitesides is the CEO of Virgin Galactic, the US based and regulated Space Tourism Company. Virgin Galactic has developed the WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo air launched space system over the past six years using technology developed by Scaled Composites based on the X Prize winning...

Dr Pascal Lee is director of the Mars Institute, a planetary scientist at the SETI Institute, and director of the NASA Haughton-Mars Project on Devon Island in the High Arctic. He is based at NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California. He is internationally recognized for his work on...

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