- RPR 21 – Dirk Schulze-Makuch, Astrobiologist, Author, “The Cosmic Zoo”.
- RPR 20 – James L Burk IT Director & MarsVR, The Mars Society
- RPR 19 – Dr. Dava Newman, Former NASA Deputy Administrator, MIT Professor.
- RPR 18 – Dr. Robert Zubrin, President of The Mars Society.
- RPR 17 – Cassandra Klos, Commander, MDRS Crew 181
Monthly Archives: September 2016
Bill Hargenrader, bestselling author of the Mars Journey series, interviews Chris Hoftun Chairman and co-founder of the Mars Institute Norway, and Program Manager Space Systems at Zaptec where he is currently investigating a new plasma drilling system under development (PLASMARS). … Continue reading
Bill Hargenrader, bestselling author of the Mars Journey series, interviews Lucinda Offer, Executive Director of the Mars Society, who has devoted over 10 years to Humans to Mars advocacy and analog research. Lucinda has been an extremely effective Executive Director … Continue reading
Podcast host John King, interviews Tom Myers, physicist and blogger at The Physics of SpaceX. We delve into Mars colonisation logistics and future potential technologies. See below for detailed breakdown of discussion. Link to listen in iTunes: RPR 03 Tom Myers (Physics … Continue reading
Bill Hargenrader, bestselling author of the Mars Journey series, hosts Andrew Rader, SpaceX mission integrator with a PhD from MIT in human long duration spaceflight, and holder of the title of Canada’s Greatest Know-it-All. Andrew runs New Horizon Games which … Continue reading
This episode features and interview with Dr. Robert Zubrin, Founder and President of the Mars Society, an American aerospace engineer and author of The Case for Mars, best known for his advocacy of the manned exploration of Mars. Today’s host is … Continue reading
Red Planet Radio is Live! First up in the series are: RPR 01 – Dr. Robert Zubrin, Founder and President of the Mars Society RPR 02 – SpaceX Mission Integrator: Andrew Rader RPR 03 – Physics of SpaceX blogger: Tom … Continue reading
The Mars Society will be re-launching its popular online podcast, Red Planet Radio, beginning Monday, September 19th, three days before the start of the 19th Annual International Mars Society Convention, being held this year at Catholic University in Washington, D.C. … Continue reading