space policy

Motherboard: The Space Shuttle Was Never About Science


Comments on the purpose of the human space exploration and the space shuttle program.

Point of Inquiry: Communicating Science


Comments on the latest season of NOVA ScienceNOW, how to restore a science "Zeitgeist" in our culture, Bill O'Reilly's recent foot-in-mouth remarks about how the world works, and Richard Dawkins.

Making Science Hip


Interview with Maureen Cavanaugh on KPBS's These Days about space exploration policy and NOVA ScienceNOW.

The 'Nova' Man Is Bursting With Bright Ideas

The Washington Post

The Washington Post covered a discussion with Neil deGrasse Tyson and Paula Aspell regarding NOVA and science policy.

Ask Magazine Interview

Ask Magazine Cover

An interview in NASA's Ask Magazine about the future of NASA, space travel, and space policy.

Living On Earth: Shared Space

Living On Earth

In two and a half years the United States will decommission the three remaining shuttles capable of taking astronauts to the International Space Station. The only option after that will be to hitch a ride on a Russian shuttle, a collaboration may be just what we need in the space program.

Living On Earth: NASA Pick

Living On Earth

Interview about President Bush's new choice to take the helm at NASA, Michael Griffin, and whether he has all the qualifications it takes to lead the nation's space agency through the 21st century.

American Scientist Interview

American Scientist Magazine

Interview about cosmic origins with American Scientist, the magazine of Sigma Xi, the scientific research society.

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