Guests

Jeff Krukin’s space career began with boyhood evenings in the back yard gazing at the Moon. He has been an IBM Systems Engineer at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Executive Director of the Space Frontier Foundation, Chairman of ProSpace and award-winning Director of its annual March Storm...

Marc Schlather is the President of Pro Space. ProSpace, a grassroots space policy organization, was founded ten years ago to focus attention on Capitol Hill toward needed changes in American space policy, and to facilitate the opening of space to new ventures and to more Americans. Mr. Schlather...

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...

Peter Kokh joined NSS, then NSI (National Space Institute) as "Life Member #2" shortly after it was founded by Werner von Braun in 1974. As a result of an L5 Society chapter colonizing effort by members of the Chicago and Minnesota chapters in September 1986, he helped confound the (Milwaukee)...

For over three decades, Mr. Olson has been a business systems engineer and analyst in the Communications, Aerospace, and Publishing sectors. In addition, he has worked in analysis and operations roles in the Financial Services sector (cash and fund management). A serial entrepreneur, he co-...

John Garvey is the CEO of Garvey Spacecraft Corporation. Garvey Spacecraft is a small aerospace company in Long Beach, CA that focuses on launch vehicle research and development. The company has carried out the first powered liquid-propellant aerospike flight tests, first flight with the LOX/...

Frank Sietzen, author of the upcoming book "Go Fever: The Race to Build the Reusable and Affordable Rocket" returns to The Space Show. Mr. Sietzen is also columnist for three magazines and the internet site Spaceref.com. He was the first reporter to publish details of the Bush space policy...

Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz is the Director, National Center for Remote Sensing, and the Air and Space Law and Research Professor of Law at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, MS. She has her B.A. from Hunter College , her J.D., Yeshiva University Cardozo School of Law and was a founding...

Robert Zimmerman is a well known and respected space historian and author. He posts regularly at his website, http://behindtheblack.com, on space, science, and other matters relating to cultural and political issues. Mr. Zimmerman is also an award winning...

Scott Sullivan is the author of “Virtual LM” and “Virtual Apollo.” He received his Associates Degree in Computer Aided Design and mechanical drafting from ITT Technical Institute in Phoenix and he has worked for companies such as McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company, Intel, and Honeywell. In...

Ann B. Parson is the author of “The Proteus Effect: Stem Cells and Their Promise for Medicine" and its now in paperback. This book was also a finalist for an LA Times Book Price and it make the Library Journal's 2004 list of best science/tech books for general readers. The Space Show goes off...

Dr. Criswell joined TRW-Houston in the 1968 after graduating from Rice University. Under the direction of the operations manager, he worked in the five departments supporting the Apollo missions and in advanced planning for post Apollo programs. In 1970 he took an educational leave from TRW and...

Frank White is a writer who has spent much of his career thinking about the implications of space exploration for human evolution. He has authored a total of 10 books, including: The Overview Effect, The SETI Factor, The New Camelot, March of the Millennia and Think About Space (with Isaac...

Robert Zimmerman is a well known and respected space historian and author. He posts regularly at his website, http://behindtheblack.com, on space, science, and other matters relating to cultural and political issues. Mr. Zimmerman is also an award winning...

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