Podcaster: Host : Fraser Cain ; Guest: Anita Gale , Dr. Pamela Gay, Dr. Brian Koberlein, Pam Hoffman
Title: Weekly Space Hangout : Guest: Anita Gale of Space Settlement Design Competitions
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Description: Today’s story:
- OSIRIS-REx sample sites have been selected.
- Annular solar eclipse in Indonesia.
- Ursids meteor shower, Dec 17 – 26. Peak on Dec 22
- UV Auroras on Mars.
Host: Fraser Cain
Special Guest: Tonight we welcome Anita Gale, retired Boeing Associate Technical Fellow with over 40 years of experience in Payload and Cargo Integration on crewed spacecraft, including Space Shuttle and Commercial Crew. She is currently an elected member of the National Space Society (NSS) Executive Committee.
Anita co-founded Space Settlement Design Competitions which give high school students on six continents the experience of working on an aerospace industry proposal team to design and sell a space settlement in the context of “future history.”
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