Space historian Rod Pyle, will give you an inside look at the next few decades of spaceflight, new technology being used, and long-term plans for exploration, utilization, and settlement.
Rod Pyle is a space author, journalist and historian who has authored 15 books on space history, exploration and development for major publishers that have been published in seven languages. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of “Ad Astra,” the print quarterly of the National Space Society. His frequent articles have appeared in Space.com, LiveScience, Futurity, Huffington Post and WIRED. He has written extensively for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the Johnson Space Center and Caltech.. His most recent book release is “Space 2.0,” and is currently under option for television. He appears frequently on national radio and television, with regular slots on KFI/Los Angeles, and WGN/Chicago. He was recently featured on PBS’s “Between the Lines” and C-SPAN’s “Book TV.” Rod holds an MA from Stanford University and a BFA from the Art Center College of Design. He lives in Southern California.