Nov 9th: Colin Stuart ‘s “How to Live in Space”

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Podcaster:  Host : Fraser Cain ; Guest :Colin Stuart , Dr. Morgan Rehnberg, & Dr. Paul M. Sutter

Title: Weekly Space Hangout – Guest: Colin Stuart ‘s “How to Live in Space”

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Description: This week topics:

  • What the US election means for space.
  • Baby BFR!
  • OsirisREX one month from Bennu.
  • Oumuamua craziness…

Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )

Special Guest: “Tonight Fraser interviews Colin Stuart, author of How to Live in Space, which is available now. Visit… for information about buying your own copy.

Colin is a science speaker and author, as well as a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society. He has written articles for the London Mathematical Society and the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, and has spoken to more than 250k people about the wonders of the universe in which we live.

You can learn more about Colin by visiting his website at
Dr. Morgan Rehnberg ( & @MorganRehnberg )
Dr. Paul Matt Sutter ( & @PaulMattSutter )


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