SOME ITEMS BROADCAST DURING 2013

LECTURES
recorded by Andrew Rennie

BROADCAST
DATE
LECTURERTOPIC
February 13David Jarrett
Program Executive
Landsat Data Continuity Mission
NASA Headquarters
Washington D.C.

Ken Schwer
Project Manager
Landsat Data Continuity Mission
Goddard Space Flight Center
Geenbelt
Maryland

Jim Irons
Project Scientist
Landsat Data Continuity Mission
Goddard Space Flight Center
Geenbelt
Maryland

The characteristics of the Landsat Data Continuity Mission spacecraft and Atlas 5 launch vehicle. Satellite to be called Landsat 8 after commisioning.
February 20Matthew Larson
Associate Director
Climate and Land Use Change
United States Geological Survey
Reston
Virginia
The uses of the data to be gathered by the Landsat Data Continuity Mission.
February 27Marlene Kanga
National President
Engineers Australia
Canberra
Welcome address at the 15th Australian International Aerospace Congress. The Australian aerospace industry in the context of the Asian Century. Also introduction by Noel Martin, Congress Chair. (Recorded Melbourne Convention Centre)
Listen or download (15 min 45 s - 14.4 MB)
February 27Gordon Rich-Phillips
MLC- State member for South Eastern Metropolitan Region
Assistant Treasurer
Minister for Technology
Minister for Aviation Industry
Melbourne
Opening address to the Australian International Aerospace Congress. The aviation industry in Victoria. Also introduction by Noel Martin, Congress Chair. (Recorded Melbourne Convention Centre)
Listen or download introduction (1 min 32 s - 1.4 MB)
Listen or download address (8 min 50 s - 8.0 MB)
March 6Tom Burbage
Executive Vice President
Joint Strike Fighter Program Integration
Lockheed Martin
USA
A detailed description of the F-35 Joint Strike Force Fighter Programme - the rationale, the capabilities and the other aircraft it replaces. Australia's involvement.
Listen or download Part 1( 8 min 38 s - 7.9 MB)
Listen or download Part 2 (7 min 33 s - 6.6 MB)
Listen or download Part 3 (10 min 33 s - 9.6 MB)
IMAGES: A full scale mock-up of the F-35 was displayed at the 2014 Point Cook Centenary of Military Aviation airshow. The Space Show was given special access when the cockpit was opened for us. View photos: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  
March 13Charlie Bolden
Administrator
NASA
Washington, D.C.
Remarks on the handing over of the Space Shuttle Orbiter Atlantis to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Center.
March 20Bobby Fogel
Program Scientist
GRAIL
NASA HQ
Washington, D.C.

Maria Zuber
Principal Investigator
Massachussetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge
Massachussetts

Sami Asmar
Deputy Project Scientist
GRAIL
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pasadena

Leesa Hubbard
Teacher In Residence
Sally Ride Science
San Diego
California

A look back at a briefing on the GRAIL mission. Included the idea that the Earth may once have had two moons.
April 10Michael Solomon
Program Manager
Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer
Office of Science
Department of Energy
Washington, D.C.
The early results from the AMS instrument aboard the International Space Station give hints about the antimatter imbalance and the nature of dark matter. (Courtesy NASA HQ)
April 10Kate Lundy
Senator
Australian Parliament
Canberra
Announcement of the Australian Satellie Utilisation Policy. (Recorded at Mount Stromlo for The Space Show by DIISRTE)
Listen or download (9 min 18 s - 6.4 MB)
Picture: Senator Lundy launching policy (CourtesyANU)
April 17Jeffrey Bleich
Ambassador
United States of America
Canberra

Mike Whelan
Deputy Chief Executive Operations
CSIRO

Jon Walker
Operations Manager
SCaN
NASA

Ed Kuzins
Director
Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex
Tidbinbilla

The 40th anniversary ceremony for the Deep Space Station 43. Recorded at Tidbinbilla.
Listen or download (25 min 8 s - 23.6 MB)
Photographs by The Space Show:
Antennae
DSS 43 Antenna
At base of DSS 43
Attendees 1
Attendees 2
Attendees 3
Ambassador Bleich, Mike Whelan and John Walker with Andrew Rennie behind starting recording
Ambassador Bleich 1
Ambassador Bleich 2
Ambassador Bleich 3
Ed Kruzins, Mike Whelan and Jon Walker
Mike Whelan 1
Mike Whelan 2
Mike Whelan with Ed Kuzins and Jon Walker behind
The DSS 43 antenna
May 15Michael Davis
Chair
Space Industry Association of Australia
Adelaide

Jennifer Doyle
Manager
Space Policy Unit
Department of Industry Innovation Climate Change Science Research and Tertiary Education
Canberra

John Le Marshall
Research Program Leader
Bureau of Meteorology
Melbourne

Peter Woodgate
CEO
Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information

Implementing the New National Satellite Utilisation Policy: An explanation of the Australian Satellite Utilisation Policy and how two organisations are developing space applications. (Recorded at Space Industry Forum, Melbourne)
Listen or download broadcast (49 min 34 s - 45.3 MB)
Listen or download introduction (3 min 11 s - 2.9 MB)
Listen or download Jennifer Doyle (11 min 6 s - 10.4 MB)
Listen or download John Le Marshall (17 min 55 s - 16.8 MB)
Listen or download Peter Woodgate (18 min 10 s - 17.0 MB)
May 22Michael Davis
Chair
Space Industry Association of Australia
Adelaide

Jennifer Doyle
Manager
Space Policy Unit
Department of Industry Innovation Climate Change Science Research and Tertiary Education
Canberra

John Le Marshall
Research Program Leader
Bureau of Meteorology
Melbourne

Peter Woodgate
CEO
Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information

Implementing the New National Satellite Utilisation Policy: A questions and answer session about the Australian Satellite Utilisation Policy and its implementation. (Recorded at Space Industry Forum, Melbourne)
Listen or download Q&A Session Part 1 (13 min 02 s- 11.9 MB)
Listen or download raw recording of Q&A Session (25 min 3 s - 23.4 MB)
May 29Michael Davis
Chair
Space Industry Association of Australia
Adelaide

Jennifer Doyle
Manager
Space Policy Unit
Department of Industry Innovation Climate Change Science Research and Tertiary Education
Canberra

John Le Marshall
Research Program Leader
Bureau of Meteorology
Melbourne

Peter Woodgate
CEO
Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information

Implementing the New National Satellite Utilisation Policy: A questions and answer session about the Australian Satellite Utilisation Policy and its implementation. (Recorded at Space Industry Forum, Melbourne)
Listen or download Q&A Session Part 2 (19 min 8 s - 17.5 MB)
June 19Opportunity Departs Cape York for Solander PointOpportunity is being driven towards a winter haven on Solnder Point. To mark the tenth anniversary of the launch of the Mars Exploration Rovers Spirit and Opportunity three people take stock of what it has achieved and what is planned for the coming months. Participants were: John Callas (Project Manager, Mars Exploration Rovers, Jet Propulsion Laboratotory, Pasadena, California); Steve Squyres (Principal Investigator, Mars Exploration Rovers, Cornell University, Ithica, New York); and Ray Arvidson, Deputy Principal Investigator, Mars Exploration Rovers, Washington University, St Louis, Missouri).
July 10Richard Morgan
Research Scientist
Queensland University
The origins of hypersonic research in 1962, shock tubes, scramjet research in the 1980s, Japan's Hyflex tests, Australia's Hyshot programme and the good and the bad about scramjets. (Recorded Australian Space Research Institute, Adelaide)
Listen or download part 1 (9 min 47 s - 8.9 MB)
Listen or download part 2 (4 min 55 s - 4.5 MB)
July 31The IRIS SatelliteThe announcement of the first IRIS observations of the Sun. Featured John Grunsfeld (Associate Administrator, Science Mission Directorate, NASA HQ, Washington, D.C.), Alan Weston (Director, Programs and Projects, Ames Research Center, Mountain View, California) and from Lockheed martin's Advanced Technology Center in Palo Alto, California: Gary Kushner (Project Manager), Alan Title (Principal Investigator) and Bart De Pontieu (Research Scientist). (Courtesy NASA)
August 14David Southwood
Director of Science
European Space Agency
Paris
Some European science missions that were underway in 2006 and an update for 2013. (Recorded at State Library of Victoria)
Listen or download lecture only (5 min 40 s - 5.1 MB)
Listen or download lecture and update (8 min 33 s - 7.8 MB)
August 14Jared Letto (Musician, 30 Seconds To Mars) and Tom Marshburn (NASA Astronaut, ISS)Discussion about life on the international Space Station and the music of 30 Seconds To Mars. (Audio inserts courtesy JSC)
September 13John Grunsfeld
Associate Administrator
Science Mission Directorate
NASA HQ
Washington, D.C.

Joan Salute
LADEE Program Executive
NASA HQ
Washington, D.C.

Butler Hine
LADEE Project Manager
Ames Research Center
Mountain View
California

Sarah Noble
LADEE Program Scientist
NASA HQ
Washington, D.C.

Dan Cornwell
Mission Manager
Lunar Laser Communications Demonstration
Johnson Space Center
Houston
Texas

Doug Voss
Launch Manager
Wallops Flight research Facility
Virginia
Peter Warden
Center Director
Ames Research Center
Mountain View
California

The Lunar Atmosphere Dust Environment Explorer mission to the Moon. Its aims, launch and gyroscope problems following launch.
September 25Daniel Solomon
Scientist
Jindalee project
Defence Science Technology Organisation
Adelaide
Using Meteor Trails To Improve Radar Performance. How DSTO has been able to enhance the capabilities of the Jindalee over the horizon radar system by using the ionisation trails of meteors. (Recorded at Melbourne Exhibition Centre)
Listen or download (22 min 37 s - 21.1 MB)
October 9William Pickering
Director (Retired)
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pasadena
California
A summary of the space age as seen from his perspective of involvement from its inception. (Recorded at Auckland University, 1983 October)
Listen or download (22 min 37 s - 21.1 MB)
October 16William Pickering
Director (Retired)
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pasadena
California
What New Zealand could do to use space technology. (Recorded at Auckland University, 1983 October)
Listen or download (13 min 31 s - 12.3 MB)
October 23Anne Brumfitt
Education Consultant
ESTEC
Nordwijk
Netherlands
The efforts of the European Space Agency to promote science and engineering education. (Recorded at Victorian Space Science Education Centre, Strathmore)
Listen or download introduction to event (1 min 26 s - 1.3 MB)
Listen or download lecture (40 min 15 s - 37.7 MB)
Listen or download unbroadcast Q&A session (16 min 51 s - 15.8 MB)
Listen or download Thompson's vote of thanks (2 min 21 s - 2.2 MB)
November 20John Grunsfeld
Associate Administrator
Science Mission Directorate
NASA HQ
Washington, D.C.
Reasons for studying Mars. (Courtesy NASA HQ)
November 20Bruce Jakosky
Principal Investigator
MAVEN
Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
University of Colorado
Boulder
Colorado
The science objectives of the MAVEN spacecraft. (Courtesy NASA HQ)
November 20Jim Green
Director
Planetary Science Division
NASA HQ
Washington, D.C.
An overview of current Mars missions. (Courtesy NASA HQ)
November 20Kelly Fast
Program Scientist
MAVEN
NASA HQ
Washington, D.C.
The Sun, Mars and MAVEN. (Courtesy NASA HQ)
November 27Hans Schlegal
Astronaut
ESTEC
European Space Agency
Noordwijk
The Netherlands
How he became an astronaut. (Recorded at Victorian Space Science Education Centre, Strathmore)
* Listen or download introduction (1 min 23 s - 1.2 MB)
* Listen or download lecture (9 min 38 s - 8.7 MB)
December 4Hans Schlegal
Astronaut
ESTEC
European Space Agency
Noordwijk
The Netherlands
His training as an astronaut. (Recorded at Victorian Space Science Education Centre, Strathmore)
Listen or download (12 min 45 s - 11.6 MB)
December 11Hans Schlegal
Astronaut
ESTEC
European Space Agency
Noordwijk
The Netherlands
His early experiences in space. (Recorded at Victorian Space Science Education Centre, Strathmore)
Listen or download (12 min 55 s - 11.8 MB)
December 18Hans Schlegal
Astronaut
ESTEC
European Space Agency
Noordwijk
The Netherlands
Spacewalking, the Columbus module, in space aboard the Space Shuttle and the future of the International Space Station in the post Shuttle era. (Recorded at Victorian Space Science Education Centre, Strathmore)
Listen or download Columbus and EVA (5 min 23 s - 4.9 MB)
Listen or download Aboard Shuttle (2 min 15 s - 2.0 MB)
Listen or download ISS after STS (3 min 49 s - 3.5 MB)
December 18TV Science - Fact or Fiction?A panel of television science documentary makers discuss the pressures on them to conform to executive pressures. Includes Nigel Henbest (science writer), Heather Couper (TV/Radio documentary presenter), David Smith (Museum Victoria) and several science communicators from ABC TV. (Recorded at Melbourne Exhibition Centre)
Listen or download (32 min 49 s - 30.0 MB)