George and Tim talk about the highlights of ISDC 2009 in Orlando, Florida.
Click here to download: ISDC09 – June 3, 2009
One of the most innovative private space companies is Masten Space Systems. When you decide to go into space – Masten wants to make it as simple as making a retail purchase – and it looks like they’re already well on their way to doing just that. Michael Mealing, the CFO and VP of Business Development stopped by to tell us why it doesn’t need to cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to go into space and why you can start making your plans right now.
One of the coolest parts of ISDC was getting to spend some time with Robert Zubrin, the Founder and President of the Mars Society. In this interview, he gives his take on why going to Mars is critical – and how you can play a role. He also tells us about the 10th International Mars Society Convention, August 30 to September 2 at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Listen here: Here’s that interview: Space Task Force Episode 6.3 Dr. Robert Zubrin
If you want a piece of space history, collectSPACE.com is a good place to start. The site offers everything you need to know about artifacts – but also breaks news as well. The founder of collectSPACE, Robert Pearlman, stopped by to talk with us about everything from Project Apollo – to the Shuttle Launch Experience at the Kennedy Space Center.
Here’s that interview: Space Task Force Episode 6.2 Robert Pearlman
We talked with a lot of great people in Dallas, and one of those was Ken Davidian. In this interview he talks about the NASA Centennial Challenges for 2006, what’s to come – and some great things to expect at the 2007 Wirefly X PRIZE Cup.
Here’s that interview: Space Task Force Episode 6.1 Ken Davidian
Tim and I had a great time in Dallas, Texas at ISDC. Special thanks to the National Space Society for outstanding hospitality. So let’s get started with the podcasts. Here’s an overview from Tim and I on the floor of the conference.
Listen here: Space Task Force Episode 6.0
A great set up here in the heart of Texas – and we look forward to bringing you some great interviews.
A big thanks goes out to the National Space Society for helping us out and making us feel right at home.
More to come soon…