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A spaceflight blogger and author based on Saint Petersburg, Florida, Emily has written for Ars
Technica, The Space Review, and AmericaSpace. She founded the Facebook group Space
Hipsters in 2011. Her own spaceflight blog is This Space Available (http://this-space-
available.blogspot.com). She can be reached at Emily.Carney1@gmail.com.
A clinical pharmacist by training, with a sub-specialization in cardiovascular pharmacology. She maintains an active interest in microgravity pharmacokinetics /dynamics and has lectured and written on the subject.
Eleanor was a pharmacology member of the Nutrition and Clinical Care Integrated Projects
Team at NASA-Johnson Space Center, whose mission was to provide non-agency perspective
on pharmacology and nutrition research needs for the U.S. Manned Spaceflight Program.
Eleanor also contributed to development of drug reference monographs for Space Shuttle and
International Space Station medications. Most recently, Eleanor participated as an Exploration
Medical Capability Pharmacist Expert Panelist to advise the agency on medication stability and
formulary considerations for future expedition-class space missions.
Eleanor has been a guest on The Space Show and “Travel Medicine Podcast”, and co-wrote
and participated in several Emergency at Corpates Base; serials which appear on the “Travel
Medicine Podcast”Eleanor volunteers at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., where she has been a docent since 1995.
Tom Hill grew up in Pennsylvania. He attended Penn State University under an Air Force
Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) scholarship and graduated in 1990 with a degree in
Aerospace Engineering. The night before graduation he received a commission in the Air Force
as a second lieutenant.
Called to active duty in May of 1991, he entered Undergraduate Space and Missile Training to
enter Air Force Space Command. As an orbital analyst, he carried out early orbit and station
keeping maneuver planning as well as orbital refinement for the Global Positioning System
(GPS) and the Defense Support Program (DSP), along with some work on the Defense
Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP).
Tom enjoyed several additional assignments with Space Command as a crew commander,
chief of training and operations support flight commander in Turkey and at Vandenburg AFB in
California. While at Vandenburg, he was involved in Titan II and IV launches.
Outside of his paid career, Tom maintains an interest in all things related to space. He is an active member of The Mars Society, having led the Analog Rover Project, and founded The Kepler Prize for Mars Mission Design within the organization. He has authored several papers for presentation there, as well as articles for the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets and Space Operations Online Magazine, The Space Review, High Frontier (the Air Force journal for space professionals), and Space Times (the Magazine of the American Astronautical Society). As the Mars Society project manager for the Tethered Experiment for Mars inter-Planetary Operations (TEMPO) mission, Tom led project development, public affairs, and fund raising efforts. In this effort, he became an amateur radio operator with the call-sign KB3RXN He currently serves as a JPL Solar System Ambassador. Space: What Now? Is his first published book. He followed it with an illustrated childrens book entitled I Want to go to Mars. Tom is married and he and his wife Deborah have two children. Tom may be reached at: Tom@SpaceWhatNow.com.
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