Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Life On Mars Rod Pyle

Tonight Rod Pyle returns & we are headed to "where no one has gone before": space! Tonight we are going to look at the possibilities of a human mission to Mars to establish living quarters. We will look at all the logistics of such a mission & its sustainability. We also will look at the recent Cassini project coming to an end & look at what JFK meant to it.

It's the perfect night jump in your most comfy chair, kick your feet back & take this time for yourself. Get the coffee going, get the tea going or a beverage of choice. Rod Pyle is a space historian who has worked with NASA at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory & Johnson Space Center. He has written 10 books including “Mars: Making Contact”, “Blueprint for a Battlestar” & “Amazing Stories of the Space Age”. Rod’s work has appeared in the Huffington Post, Popular Science, The History Channel, Discovery, and the TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Rod is a graduate of Stanford University.


Rod Pyle Website