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Please send me your questions for Planetary Radio Q and A

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

22-01-2009 13:46 CST


In less than two weeks I'll be moving to a new house, so I am going to be frazzled and crazy and distracted and probably not quite as regular in my posting as usual. In an effort to reduce the work I'll have to do through next month, I would love to be able to write and record a pile of Q and A segments this weekend in advance for our weekly Planetary Radio show. But I'm running low on questions! So please send me your questions -- or your kids' questions, or your coworkers' questions. Keep in mind of course that the Q and A segments are only two minutes long; my scripted answers are one double-spaced page of text. And that I usually stick to planetary science topics (not, say, deep-sky astronomy, solar physics, or cosmology) because that's what I know best!

On the topic of Planetary Radio, this week's show features Jim Bell, excerpts from his "Mars in 3D" talk that he gave here in Pasadena last week, celebrating the fifth anniversary of the rovers' landings.

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