Special Space Show Alert Program, April 11, 2005


From "David Livingston" <dlivings@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date Sun, 10 Apr 2005 13:58:04 -0700
Importance High

 
Please note this special University of North Dakota Dept. of Space Studies is webcamming a special presentation by the Space Show's Dr. Livingston, Dr. John Jurist, and Dr. Sam Dinkin regarding the myth of obtaining low cost space access with chemical rockets.  See the details below for Monday evening.
 
Dr. David Livingston 
 
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Special Space Show Program Alert
Special Presentation at UND School of Space Studies
April 11, 2005
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Special Program For Monday, 7:30-9:30 PM CDT, April 11, 2005:
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Subject: 4/11 Orbital Access to Space Workshop Reminder A special UND School of Space Studies webcast will take place at: www.asn.und.edu:7070/ramgen/encoder/live.rm. Questions during the actual workshop can be emailed to Professor Eligar Sadeh at esadeh@xxxxxxxxxx Space Studies Workshop: When Physics, Economics and Reality Collide: The Challenges of Cheap Orbital Access to Space Interactive workshop: 7:30-9:30 pm Central Daylight Time, Monday, April 11, 2005 Workshop presenters and leaders: Dr. David Livingston, Space Show, www.thespaceshow.com Dr. John Jurist, Space Consultant, Human Factors Dr. Sam Dinkin, Space Review, www.thespacereview.com The workshop is open to all faculty and students, and it will be highly interactive. The workshop leaders have worked out various launch industry segments for the participants to role play with- that is to view cheap orbital access to space from the perspective of a government regulator, t he large aerospace industry, the parent of a space flight participant, the participant, etc... The leaders will invite the questions largely from the perspective that each participant is assigned. The intent is to get some good thought behind the issues from a broad view perspective across many segments of the traditional plus the alternative space industry and developing industry. The workshop will also involve a series of short presentations and it will be 2 hours in duration, including questions and the role playing activities. 

 

Special Program For Monday, 7:30-9:30 PM CDT, April 11, 2005:

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