Nov 21 2013
It’s a pleasure to announce that I’m returning again to The Space Show (www.thespaceshow.com) global internet live radio program, on Friday, December 6, 2013, from 9:30 am – 11 am Pacific time.
My most recent appearance on The Space Show was last March and you can listen to it by clicking http://www.thespaceshow.com/detail.asp?q=1983
Thanks to Dr. David Livingston, the show’s host, for inviting me. You can learn about him by visiting his personal website, www.davidlivingston.com.
We’ll explore the state-of-the-wave in U.S. and international space today — Surprisingly, all indicators suggest that the ignition of a new, international Apollo-level Space Age is just around the corner.
We’re currently waiting for only one final step on the new Space Age “checklist” to occur before we can enter into another transformative, 1960s-style Golden Age of human expansion.
Plus, we’ll do a year-end evaluation of my annual look at space-related trends; Click: 10 Space Trends for 2013 — Featuring the Approach of the New International Space Age..
And who can resist examining current prospects for near-term human exploration of the Red Planet, including Dennis Tito’s 2018 manned Mars flyby, Mars One, and possible U.S.-Russia joint manned Mars expeditions.
See you on December 6!