An Astronaut's Path To Inner Space with Brian O’Leary, Ph.D.

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Trained as a "hard" scientist and Ph.D. astronomer, former astronaut O'Leary talks about the possibility of expanding science to include the serious study of such paranormal events as telepathy, UFO's, and the Faces on Mars project. He encourages science to stand in a new place because "No problem can be solved from the place it was created." O'Leary gives an uplifting view of the possibilities of space exploration as having the potential for global cooperation. (hosted by Michael Toms)


Brian O’Leary, Ph.D. (1940–2011) was an American scientist, author, and NASA astronaut. He was part of NASA Astronaut Group 6, a group of scientist-astronauts chosen with the intention of training for the Apollo Applications Program. With artist Meredith Miller, his wife, he co-founded the Montesueños Eco-Retreat in Vilcabamba Ecuador in 2008, which is devoted to "peace, sustainability, the arts and new science.” 

Brian O’Leary is the author of:

  • Exploring Inner and Outer Space: A Scientist's Perspective on Personal and Planetary Transformation (North Atlantic Books 1989).
  • The Second Coming of Science: An Intimate Report on the New Science (North Atlantic Books 1992)

Host: Michael  Toms   Interview Date: 3/9/1990   Program Number: 2177