Bill Nye has been in the news quite a bit over the last few years defending the science behind climate change and debating those who try to debunk it. He is also the CEO of the Planetary Society and has some things he would like to see from President Trump over the next four years.

In case you missed it, Politico reported last month, that Trump would like to see some of these things happen during his presidency. 

The Trump administration is considering a bold and controversial vision for the U.S. space program that calls for a "rapid and affordable" return to the moon by 2020, the construction of privately operated space stations and the redirection of NASA's mission to "the large-scale economic development of space," according to internal documents obtained by POLITICO.

The proposed strategy, whose potential for igniting a new industry appeals to Trump’s business background and job-creation pledges, is influencing the White House’s search for leaders to run the space agency. And it is setting off a struggle for supremacy between traditional aerospace contractors and the tech billionaires who have put big money into private space ventures.

It is always tough to tell what Trump will do (we all know he has a tendency to change his mind quicker than he changes his underwear) but it's hard to imagine him not wanting the first gold plated hotel on MARS.