"Astronomy Today," a monthly cable TV show broadcast monthly on Staten Island (NY) publc access television, will feature a live on-air program with National Space Society New York Chapter President Candace Pankanin and Vice President Harold Egeln on Monday evening, February 2 from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m.

They will be talking about the future of space exploration in the United States and pro-space activism.

The program is hosted by Karl Hricko, a retired science teacher, who initiated the show two years ago, backed by a lifelong interest in astronomy, including as a science and astronomy teacher. The first 30 minutes is the interview portion and the last 30 minutes is the question and answer period, with phone call-ins and by the in-studio audience.

Nearly two years Elaine Walker, then the NSS/NY chapter president, and Paul Contursi, president of the Mars Society/NY chapter, were interviewed about NSS activities. "Astronomy Today" has also done live interviews with astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Scott Carpenter, Gordon Cooper and Storey Musgrave.



Written by Harold Egeln , Vice President NSS New York Chapter.


This Report was taken from COSMIC QUESTORS Space-Zine a web-TV magazine published by Harold Egeln, NSS-NY Chapter VP