Future of Space Travel
Stephen Hawking and others spoke about the future of space exploration as part of a lecture series to mark the 50th anniversary of… read more
Stephen Hawking and others spoke about the future of space exploration as part of a lecture series to mark the 50th anniversary of NASA. In his remarks titled “Why we should go into space,” he addressed the scientific and social benefits of manned space programs, the educational benefits of the space program, and knowledge gained from past endeavors in space. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Knapp, Steven President George Washington University
- Logsdon, John Director George Washington University->Space Policy Institute
- Russell, Richard Deputy Director White House Office of Science and Technology Policy->Technology Division
Fiscal Year 2009 NASA Budget Proposal
NASA officials talked with reporters about President Bush’s fiscal year 2009 budget proposal for their department…
NASA First 50 Years: A Historical Perspective
Howard McCurdy talked about NASA’s first 50 years and the possibilities for the future.
Science Update on Mercury Flyby
A panel of scientists who have worked on the MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER)…
Extra-Solar Planet Discovery
NASA reported a significant discovery about planets orbiting other stars made by the Hubble Space Telescope’s…