Rockets Away! Radio presents its first interview with SpaceDev Founder and CEO, Jim Benson. SpaceDev is world's first publicly-traded company dealing exclusively in space technology.
(PRWEB) April 21, 2005 -- Rockets Away! now launches its first radio
interview with SpaceDev’s Founder and CEO, Jim Benson. Jim Benson is interviewed
by Rockets Away! talk show host and newscaster, Bill McCoy. It is now available
to all new subscribers to Rockets Away! following a special pre-launch email to
its current subscriber base. A special “teaser” can be heard by clicking on http://www.rocketsaway.net/audio/jim_benson/teaser_benson.mp3.
The current eZine, with the new Benson audio interview, also includes a special print interview with Jim Benson, CEO and Founder of SpaceDev, the world’s first publicly-traded exclusively space technology company; an interview with SpaceDev President and C.F.O., Richard Slansky and Vice President of Engineering, Frank Macklin.
The current issue features SpaceDev’s unique Space Technology Roadmap; the development of commercial space stations by private sector companies; the mining of asteroids and the importance of finding a source of water in space. Will there soon be private launches to the moon? How did SpaceDev develop the hybrid rocket propulsion system for SpaceShipOne? Hear for yourself, through our special audio links, the last quarter/annual report of SpaceDev, the company that is taking business into the future of space. Get a special report on the details of SpaceDev's special hybrid rockets.
Rockets Away! is an emerging media/public relations platform for new, emerging and established commercial space companies. Rockets Away is going into its fifth issue as an eZine and is currently developing a website devoted to commercial spacecraft and a regular radio show, now in its formative stages.
To get a free subscription to Rockets Away! the eZine devoted to commercial space travel and to be able to hear the entire Jim Benson interview, just click on http://www.rocketsaway.net. For more information on SpaceDev, go directly to http://www.spacedev.com.
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