Universe Today Welcomes Spacevidcast

You may have noticed a couple of recent posts that included videos from the great folks at Spacevidcast. Universe Today is proud to announce that Spacevidcast will now be a regular feature here on UT, so we hope you’ll enjoy all the additional content and videos you’ll see from Spacevidcast — which has the stated (and honorable!) goals of educating “the planet on the values of space flight” and to “open up the cosmos and truly make space commonplace for everyone on the planet.”

In addition to the features you’ll see on Universe Today, Spacevidcast also does daily on-demand episodes, weekly live shows and live HD coverage of major space events. So check out Spacevidcast’s site for more information. And give Benjamin and Cariann Higginbotham and their team a warm, Universe Today welcome!

6 Replies to “Universe Today Welcomes Spacevidcast”

  1. To Benjamin and Cariann Higginbotham. GOOD JOB! Welcome aboard… and keep up the good work!

  2. I went to the SPACEVIDCAST’s website and watched a video of what looked like the most interesting topic… aka… “Nuclear Rocket with James Dewar – Live show 3.25″… and was VERY under-impressed with Mr. Dewar’s analysis of the dangers of exhausting fissionables into the atmosphere. His understanding of the effects of the release of radioactive nucleotides sounded dated at best… i.e. VERY 50’s style. I wonder what Dr. Linus Pauling would have said about all this?

    I for one would not advocate the use of nuclear rockets in the atmosphere. Their use In space is a whole different story and where they have a future. I feel that ANYONE who “poo-poo’s” the effects of released radioactive materials into the atmosphere has some further studying to do.

  3. Hmmm…epic + epic = uberepic

    New you only have to get the Space Show aboard then you’ll have every new media type covered. Universe Today + The Space Show + SpaceVidCast would be unstoppable. Congrats SpaceVidCast, they do it all out of pocket and the deserve full support from the space community.

    But, I dare them to top my video version of the Carnival of Space 🙂

  4. We’re excited to be here! Should be a lot of fun and I can’t wait to see what the future brings. Hopefully it will bring a lunar base. Or a Martian base. OR BOTH!

  5. The Spacevidcast crew do great work. I’ve always enjoyed there take on space topics and knew they’d put in an appearance here someday. Check them out 🙂

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