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Planetary Radio Show Archives - 2006

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You Can Search for Stardust!

08/07/2006 | 0:28:52

Guests

  • Andrew Westphal, Stardust science team member and Stardust@home project director, University of California, Berkeley

You Can Search for Stardust!

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Lakes on Titan and an International Lunar Decade

07/31/2006 | 0:28:52

Guests

  • Louis D. Friedman, Board of Directors, The Planetary Society
  • Rosaly Lopes, Planetary Scientist and Leading Volcanologist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Lakes on Titan and an International Lunar Decade

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Putting the Universe on Canvas With Astronomical Artist Don Dixon

07/24/2006 | 0:28:52

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Putting the Universe on Canvas With Astronomical Artist Don Dixon

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Turning the Spotlight to Uranus and Neptune with Heidi Hammel

07/17/2006 | 0:28:52

Guests

  • Heidi Hammel, Vice President of the Board of Directors, The Planetary Society

Turning the Spotlight to Uranus and Neptune with Heidi Hammel

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John Rummel: Protecting the Planets from Earth Invaders

07/10/2006 | 0:28:52

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John Rummel: Protecting the Planets from Earth Invaders

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Talking With the Top of the World: Stephen Grasby at the Europa Analog on Ellesmere Island

07/03/2006 | 0:28:52

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Talking With the Top of the World: Stephen Grasby at the Europa Analog on Ellesmere Island

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Bob Pappalardo and the Mysteries of Europa

06/26/2006 | 0:28:52

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Bob Pappalardo and the Mysteries of Europa

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A Planetary System That Looks Like Home

06/19/2006 | 0:28:52

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A Planetary System That Looks Like Home

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Solving Cosmic Mysteries Deep Under the Earth

06/12/2006 | 0:28:52

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Art McDonald is Director of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, two kilometers deep in a nickel mine in northern Canada.

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Sending an SOS to Congress: Save Our Science!

06/05/2006 | 0:28:52

Guests

Planetary Society Executive Director Lou Friedman talks about the Save Our Science campaign's recent trip to Washington.

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Big Eye in the Martian Sky: Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Project Scientist Rich Zurek

05/29/2006 | 0:28:52

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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Project Scientist Rich Zurek returns with an update on the craft now orbiting Mars.

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The Many Missions of JPL's Kevin Baines

05/22/2006 | 0:28:52

Guests

  • Kevin Baines, planetary scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

The Many Missions of JPL's Kevin Baines

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Rusty Schweickart and More from the International Space Development Conference

05/15/2006 | 0:28:52

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More from ISDC, including Apollo astronaut Rusty Schweickart on asteroid deflection, Elon Musk of SpaceX, and X Prize Foundation's Peter Diamandis.

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Join Us at the International Space Development Conference

05/08/2006 | 0:28:52

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Special coverage from the 25th annual ISDC in Los Angeles, featuring Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye the Science Guy, and Burt Rutan.

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Help Us Find Star Dust at Home!

05/01/2006 | 0:28:52

Guests

  • Andrew Westphal, Stardust science team member and Stardust@home project director, University of California, Berkeley

Stardust mission researcher Andrew Westphal returns with news about what the spacecraft brought back to Earth, and how the public will help find more.

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Rob Manning Says Landing on Mars is Hard!

04/24/2006 | 0:28:52

Guests

  • Rob Manning, Chief Engineer, Mars Exploration Directorate, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Landing people on Mars will be hard, but JPL's Rob Manning and other engineers are working on solutions.

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News from Saturn and a New Companion for Venus

04/17/2006 | 0:28:52

Guests

  • Linda Spilker, Cassini Project Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Emily Lakdawalla, Senior Editor and Planetary Evangelist, The Planetary Society

The Planetary Society's Emily Lakdawalla reports on the arrival of Venus Express; Cassini Deputy Project Scientist Linda Spilker has news from Saturn.

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Looking for Life with Chris McKay

04/10/2006 | 0:28:52

Guests

  • Chris McKay, Famed planetary scientist, NASA Ames Research Center

Planetary scientist Chris McKay talks about where and how we should look for life in the universe, including Europa and Mars.

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A Bright New Star in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

04/03/2006 | 0:28:52

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Paul Horowitz talks about his new attempt to detect pulses of laser light from distant civilizations with the Optical SETI Dedicated Observatory.

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Oceanographer John Delaney Jumps in Europa's Ocean

03/27/2006 | 0:28:50

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Oceanographer John Delaney believes our growing knowledge of Earth's oceans will help us explore the sea under Europa's ice.

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News From the 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

03/20/2006 | 0:28:50

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Emily Lakdawalla reports on the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, while Stardust co-investigator Scott Sandford describes exciting results.

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Harvard Physicist Lisa Randall on Hidden Dimensions and New Universes to Explore

03/13/2006 | 0:28:50

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Harvard physicist and author Lisa Randall talks about hidden dimensions and other universes.

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Europa: Life Beneath the Ice?

03/06/2006 | 0:28:50

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Highlights from a public forum on what may be found in Europa's ocean and how to reach it, w/ Chris McKay, Bob Pappalardo, Torrence Johnson, and more.

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Third Time's the Charm for Dan McCleese and the Mars Climate Sounder

02/27/2006 | 0:28:50

Guests

  • Dan McCleese, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mars Climate Sounder principal investigator, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Mars Climate Sounder Principal Investigator Dan McCleese on instrument's third chance to reach the red planet, on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

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On the Way to Pluto with New Horizons Principal Investigator Alan Stern

02/20/2006 | 0:28:50

Guests

  • Alan Stern, New Horizons Principal Investigator, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Principal Investigator Alan Stern returns for the first time since launch of New Horizons toward Jupiter, Pluto and beyond.

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Has NASA's Vision for Space Exploration Become Nearsighted?

02/13/2006 | 0:28:50

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Has NASA's Vision for Space Exploration Become Nearsighted?

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Closing In On An Interplanetary Mystery: The Pioneer Anomaly

02/06/2006 | 0:28:50

Guests

  • John Anderson, Senior Research Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Closing In On An Interplanetary Mystery: The Pioneer Anomaly

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The Orion Nebula As You've Never Seen It

01/30/2006 | 0:28:50

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The Orion Nebula As You've Never Seen It

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A Great Week for Space Exploration

01/23/2006 | 0:28:50

Guests

  • John Spencer, New Horizons science team member, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Andrew Westphal, Stardust science team member and Stardust@home project director, University of California, Berkeley

Andrew Westphal on what's been found in the Stardust Sample Return Capsule and John Spencer on the New Horizons launch and the upcoming Jupiter flyby.

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Stardust Samples Streak Safely Home

01/16/2006 | 0:28:50

Guests

  • Don Brownlee, Principal Investigator for the Stardust mission
  • Andrew Westphal, Stardust science team member and Stardust@home project director, University of California, Berkeley

Stardust Samples Streak Safely Home

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A Special Reprise: The Planetary Society's 25th Anniversary Gala

01/09/2006 | 0:28:50

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A Special Reprise: The Planetary Society's 25th Anniversary Gala

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Countdown to Sample Return: A Stardust Special

01/02/2006 | 0:28:50

Guests

  • Don Brownlee, Principal Investigator for the Stardust mission

Countdown to Sample Return: A Stardust Special

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