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NASA Exhibits Moon Rock At The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library hosted an exhibit by NASA—the National Aeronautics & Space Administration. The highlight of the exhibit was a moon rock collected by Apollo 17—the final Apollo mission to the moon. In addition to the moon rock, NASA also exhibited renderings of the next generation spacecraft.

Al Worden Tells His Story Of Life During And After The Apollo Moon Program From His Book Falling To Earth

Al Worden belongs to a rarefied club—that small group of men who have flown to the Moon and back successfully. He’s also had the hardest landing since returning back to Earth. We discuss his “tell-all” book Falling to Earth in which he reveals his story for the first time in over 36 years.

Guests for August 30, 2011

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My guests on BRAINSTORMIN’ with Billy the Brain for Tuesday, August 30, 2011 will be: Al Worden, Apollo 15 astronaut—one of only 24 men to have flown to the moon and back—tells all about his dismissal from NASA following his moon flight from his book Falling to Earth. Billy the Brain will entertain any and […]

Rod Pyle Discusses The End Of The Space Shuttle Program And Speculates On What’s Next For NASA

Rod Pyle is a producer, writer and director of documentary programming for The History Channel and Discovery Communications. He is also an author of non-fiction books. Notable work includes Modern Marvels: Apollo 11 and In Their Own Words: The Space Race. Rod was formerly the Vice President of Communications for the World Space Foundation, a […]

Guests for May 18, 2011

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Here is the lineup of guests on BRAINSTORMIN’ with Billy the Brain for Wednesday, May 18, 2011. Listen at www.BrainstorminOnline.com or on AM 1400 in Ventura at 9 o’clock am Pacific time.

Tanya Stone Discusses 13 Women Who Had “The Right Stuff” To Be Astronauts

Tayna Stone explores the final frontier—women as astronauts. She examined the careers of 13 women who dared to show the “right stuff” in NASA’s space program, but who were washed out because of the times. We talk about the near-fame experience of these women from her book Almost Astronauts.

Pat Duggins Thinks The U.S. Should Trailblaze To Mars

Pat Duggins is news director at Alabama Public Radio. He’s covered more than 100 space shuttle missions for NPR—including the 1986 Challenger accident and the loss of Columbia. We discuss NASA’s future and the reasons to go to Mars.

Guests on January 4, 2011

Here is the lineup of guests on BRAINSTORMIN’ with Billy the Brain for Tuesday, January 4, 2010. Listen at www.BrainstorminOnline.com or on AM 1400 in Ventura at 10 o’clock am Pacific time.

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Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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