November 2010


Space News and Commentary Lunar Mining, space veggies taste better than the ones here on earth, Dogs in Space, Hollywood’s space race, Elon Musk is redefining how business is done

  • Seeding the Future, Calling Private Money by Dennis Wingo
  • Why space is the impossible frontier by Dr. Theunis Piersma
  • An experiment in sustainability and spaceflight by Kit Martin
  • VIDEO / “Space” vegetables: More tasty and healthful than “Earth” vegetables? Video by RiaNovosti
  • From Dogs to Frogs, the Creatures That Rocketed Into Space by David A. Graham
  • Mining on the moon is a not-so-distant possibility by Missouri S&T
  • Hollywood’s new space race by Steven Zeitchik
  • To Infinity, and Beyond  Elon Musk is redefining how business is done … in a model that includes outer space

As part of our periodic interview series, 62MileClub interviews GRAMMY nominated musician Theo Bleckmann. We agree that he’s an unlikely interview candidate for a series focused on space, but sometimes the unexpected is just what the doctor ordered.

Hear Theo perform live by checking his tour schedule here.

Catch Theo in San Diego and New York City( 4/20 & 4/24) the week of April 17.

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Theo Bleckmann, musician and composer

About Theo

Theo Bleckmann. A jazz singer and new music composer of eclectic tastes and prodigious gifts, GRAMMY NOMINATED Theo Bleckmann makes music that is accessibly sophisticated, unsentimentally emotional, and seriously playful. His work provokes the mind to wonder, but connects immediately with the heart.

Singer. Bleckmann has released a series of gorgeous and irreverent albums on Winter & Winter, including recordings of Las Vegas standards, of Berlin kabarett, and of popular “bar songs” (all with pianist Fumio Yasuda), a recording of newly-arranged songs by Charles Ives (with the improvisational jazz/funk collective Kneebody), and most recently Solos for Voice and Toys, where Bleckmann brought just his stunning vocal technique, his emotional commitment, and his suitcase full of oddly evocative voice-altering gadgets to the project of recording delicate songs and poems alone at a monastery in the Swiss Alps.

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As part of our periodic  interview series, we bring you an interview with Dr. Dario Nardi. Download audio file. Find out more about Dario Nardi.

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