Planetary Radio • May 27, 2013
Live at the Space Tech Expo with Bill Nye, Xcor and Zero-G
On This Episode
COO and Vice President of Business Development for Xcor Aerospace
Chief Executive Officer for The Planetary Society
Director of Research and Education for Zero Gravity Corporation
PlanRad Live takes to the road again, this time visiting the Space Tech Expo in Long Beach, California for a conversation with enthusiastic team members from Xcor Aerospace, where they are building the Lynx spaceplane, and the Zero Gravity Corporation, whose “G-Force One” plane has allowed thousands of men and women to experience weightlessness. Bill Nye joined the fun on stage, and Bruce Betts arrived with t-shirts for the winners of the live What’s Up space trivia contest.
This week's prize is Bill Nye the Science Guy's voice welcoming your voicemail callers!
This week's question:
In what year did more humans launch into space than any other year?
To submit your answer:
Complete the contest entry form at http:planetary.org/radiocontest no later than Monday, June 3rd, at 2pm Pacific Time.
Last week's question:
What planet in our solar system has the longest solar day?
The answer will be revealed next week.
Question from the week before:
Who was the only American astronaut to fly on consecutive missions?
Astronaut Stephen Bowen, who flew on STS-132 and 133.