Episode 205: No Moon, No Mars, No Service

On this episode of the Talking Space Podcast, the crew discusses the recent rumors surrounding what is to come of NASA’s budget. Just a reminder, this was recorded on Sunday, Jan 31 and the budget was just released the day after we recorded on February 1. We go over the pros and cons to canceling Constellation as well as turning human spaceflight over to private entities and many other subjects related to the budget. We then go on to remember the crews of Apollo 1, STS-51L (Challenger) and STS-107 (Columbia) and talk about how their sacrifices have bettered human spaceflight as a whole.

Don’t miss our next show on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 at around 9:15-9:30pm EST as we welcome on special guest Neil Wiser from SaveNASA and open up our phone lines via http://twalk.in and let you the listener call in. For more info, please read our facts sheet on this at http://drop.io/talkingspace and to register your number as well as to see our Twalk, check out their website at http://twalk.in

Host this week: Sawyer Rosenstein. Panel Members: Gina Herlihy, Gene Mikulka, and Mark Ratterman.

Show Recorded - Sunday, 1/31/2010