Robert Bigelow graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. In 1999, he founded Bigelow Aerospace ( BA ). BA is a general contracting, investment, research and development company that concentrates on achieving economic breakthroughs in the costs associated with the design, development and construction of habitable space stations, space transportation and launch facilities to the extent that they will be affordable for private enterprise use.
Robert Bigelow is active and a member in various business, scientific and community organizations. He is a member of the UNLV Foundation and an associate member of the Society for Scientific Exploration.
Joining George Knapp in the first half, President of Bigelow Aerospace, Bob Bigelow, broke the news about a new NASA contract involving his company that will pave the way for long term exploration of the solar system. Ufologist Dr. Roger Leir joined the program during the second half to discuss an amazing UFO sighting that was recorded in Kumburgaz, Turkey UFO in 2009 (similar sightings were reported in the area throughout 2007, 2008, and 2009). ... More »Host: George Knapp
During the first half of the program, George Knapp was joined by entrepreneur Bob Bigelow, who shared his concerns that China is poised to own the Moon. In the second half, engineer, author and building contractor Mat Stein will discuss preparing for social collapse, environmental catastrophes and inevitable disasters. ... More »Host: George Knapp
During the first half of the program, entrepreneur Bob Bigelow discussed Bigelow Aerospace, the decline of NASA, and the formation of a new company aimed at finding exotic technologies. Detailing the goals of Bigelow Aerospace, he explained that they hope to lease their facilities to countries that are developing their own space agencies and to corporations wanting to perform experiments in a zero gravity environment. This model would allow for clients to save money by not having to create their own massively expensive hardware. Bigelow was critical of the decline of NASA, but also stressed that the problems with the space agency were systemic of a larger problem in America. "I see that America has, and is, squandering its leadership in many areas, not just in the area of space," he said. Bigelow was also skeptical about the future of manned space flight vehicles being developed by NASA, pointing out that there have been about a half dozen such programs initiated and then shut ... More »Host: George Knapp
Entrepreneur Robert Bigelow, the founder of Bigelow Aerospace, joined Art for the entire program for a discussion about his private space ventures. ... More »Host: Art Bell
In a rebroadcast from 8/13/06, Art Bell apoke with Robert Bigelow followed by Sir Charles Shults.Dr. John Jay Harper will be rescheduled. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Aerospace and defense systems developer Sir Charles Shults revealed the positive and negative sides to nanotechnology, as well as the latest advancements in artificial intelligence and virtual reality. ... More »Host: Art Bell