Auditions and Co-host Program, Tuesday, 2-10-15 February 11, 2015Posted by The Space Show in Uncategorized.
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Auditions and Co-host Program, Tuesday, 2-10-15
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Welcome to our Audition and Co-host program. During the first segment of our nearly 2 hour program, we did not get any audition calls from people contacting me to put themselves on The Space Show as a guest. Toward the end of the program I took a call from Andrew regarding his being a co-host and one from Tim with an excellent suggestion for how to be on the program. More about those calls when we get to the second segment. For the first segment, Marshall called and talked about three sci-fi books he is writing plus I asked about his daughter who won a Space Show contest years ago and she got a tour of Loral and their satellite mfg. business. Pooley called and talked about SpaceX, then he talked about the next several books being planned in the Microlaunchers series.
In the second segment, John in Ft. Worth called to talk about seeing the video on rocket reusability with Tori Bruno at Stanford. Mr. Bruno is the ULA CEO. The better link to use when seeing this hour long video is http://youtu.be/iVFz67WCPIw. John and I strongly recommend it. Doug began emailing questions to John about depots and his previous calculations regarding the Falcon Heavy. John admitted to an error in his previous analysis which he discussed that with Doug who was communicating via email. Our next caller was Tim in Huntsville who suggested blogtalker.com for people who contact me wanting to be on the show. Clearly such people do not follow my suggestion which is to call an Open Lines show or call when I do the auditions show but with blogtalker.com, they can actually make a short demo talk on their subject or topic for TSS and send me the URL. Based on how well they do, the interest in the topic plus other factors, that would help me decide if a self-invited guest should be on the show. Andrew was our last caller and he talked about himself being a co-host for topics dealing with astronomy, telescopes, engineering, machine tools, and more. Doug communicated with Andrew by email to discuss the role of machining in the setting of an initial base (Moon or Mars) when in situ metals are accessed. What all could be made? I am working on this show with Andrew.
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