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Planetary Society Hangout Thursday noon PT / 2000 UT: GRAIL's Demise, Curiosity Arrives, and the 2020 Rover Surprise

Posted by Casey Dreier

13-12-2012 12:15 CST

Topics: Space Policy, GRAIL, mission status, podcasts and videos, Future Mission Concepts, events and announcements, Planetary Society Video, the Moon, Mars, Curiosity (Mars Science Laboratory)

Join us for the next episode of our weekly hangout series with the Planetary Society.

On Thursday, December 13th, at noon PST, we'll feature Emily Lakdawalla and Bruce Betts from the Planetary Society to discuss the new announcment of where the GRAIL spacecraft will "deorbit" (i.e. crash) into the Moon, learn what the Curiosity rover is doing, and understand how we'll get to the new rover in 2020 and how the mission will be defined.

Background reading:

We'll embed the hangout video right into this page or you can sign up to watch on our Google+ Event page.

As usual, we'll be taking questions from our viewers via Twitter (use hashtag #planetarylive), comments on the G+ event page, or comments on the YouTube page that will be broadcasting the hangout.

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Comments:

Bill Campbell: 12/13/2012 09:49 CST

Oops. Forgot about the hangout. Need to catch the next. :(

Emily Lakdawalla: 12/14/2012 12:57 CST

At least you can watch the recording, right?

frankbevan: 12/14/2012 02:12 CST

yep it all works next 1 should just be you doing teh show explaining how things work

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