Tuesday, Aug 21 10 a.m. (ET)

Space Based Weapons & Technology

We've heard a lot about plans for a space-based missile defense shield, but that's only part of the technology that's intended for use in space. A panel talks about lasers, radar, cameras, and other systems being developed by the military...

Tuesday, Aug 21 11 a.m. (ET)

Tom Stanton: “The Final Season” (St. Martin’s)

In 1999, with Detroit's 88-year-old baseball stadium slated for destruction, journalist Tom Stanton determined to attend every one of the 81 remaining home games in the old park. He'll talk about his longtime love of baseball and of his...

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