Evadot Podcast #57 – Hacking Space with Ariel Waldman

Guest: Ariel Waldman Website: spacehack.org Twitter: @arielwaldman Wiki: arielwaldman.pbworks.com Tumblr: arielwaldman.tumblr.com Learn from Ariel and her terrific site spacehack.org how to participate in Space Exploration yourself. Host: Michael Doornbos Email podcast@evadot.com or leave a comment and let us know your thoughts. Subscribe to the Evadot Podcast via iTunes and all other podcast players

Evadot Podcast #49 – So you’re en entrepreneur huh? What about in space? with Kentucky Space

Guest: Kris Kimel Organization: Kentucky Space Twitter: @kyspace Facebook: Kentucky-Space We're right on the edge of a new frontier.  Kentucky Space is positioned to enable widespread space exploration for a huge number of people with the will to do it. Hosts: Michael Doornbos Email podcast@evadot.com or leave a comment and let us know your thoughts. Subscribe to... Continue Reading →

Evadot Podcast #38 – Pulispace

Tibor Pacher from Pulispace joins Michael to talk about their plans to become a Google Lunar X PRIZE competitor.  Despite the appearance of being a latecomer to the game, they have a great perspective and attitude and are looking to restore nation pride in space exploration to the nation of Hungary. Plus, there's a little Hungarian... Continue Reading →

Evadot Podcast #33 – SpaceUp DC, the aftermath

Joining Michael today is a great group of SpaceUp DC participants.  Michael called them "attendees" in the beginning which isn't correct.  There are only participants at SpaceUp. These 4 people are some of the true leaders in Space exploration. Jen Scheer Tim Bailey Aleya Littleton Ben Higginbotham We chat about SpaceUp DC, Washington DC's first... Continue Reading →

If you could reboot the space program…

If you could reboot the space program, no strings attached, what would it look like? It's kind of a crazy idea isn't it? It would be an interesting exercise to remove the boundaries that we unconsciously place on ourselves because we feel like we have to operate within the current environment. It seems too often... Continue Reading →

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