2 mins read 24 Feb 2020

Our Place in Space (with Kerrie Dougherty) - Part 1 of 2

Our Place in Space (with Kerrie Dougherty) - Part 1 of 2


In this episode, I speak with Australian space historian Kerrie Dougherty about Australia's place in the history of space exploration. We reflect on Australia’s history with the Apollo program, and how we see our place in the universe.

Kerrie will be on a panel that I will be moderating on 26 Feb 2020 at 6:15pm at the MPavillion in Melbourne. Other panelists are Alice Gorman (aka Dr. Spacejunk), Donna Lawler, Gabrielle Harris, and Ceridwen Dovey. The event is a public forum on the Moon, put on by the Moon Village Association and the Office of Other Spaces. If you’re in Melbourne and are interested in attending, you can head to https://www.mvapublicforum.com/.

Space Junk Podcast

Annie Handmer, currently doing a Ph.D. on international cooperation in Space, shares her conversations with people working in niche areas of the Astro industry around the world. Sometimes topical, sometimes philosophical, and always fascinating, Space Junk Podcast is an eclectic collection of insights into the Space world that will leave you with a new perspective on the final frontier.

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