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Cosmoquest Astronomy Hour, Wednesday: What's up with Curiosity on Mars

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

09-10-2012 15:45 CDT

Topics: mission status, podcasts and videos, events and announcements, Curiosity (Mars Science Laboratory)

Join me for what's become a biweekly event, an update on Curiosity through the Cosmoquest Science Hour Google+ Hangout. Join me, Fraser Cain, and now Casey Dreier for an update on Curiosity and a chance for you to get your Curiosity questions answered! The Google+ Hangout is on Wednesday, October 10, at 16:00 PDT / 23:00 UTC. Here is the Google+ Event page; I will also embed the Hangout below once it goes live. If you can't watch live, come back here to watch the replay on Youtube once it's over.

 
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Comments:

NucSubVet: 10/09/2012 06:26 CDT

I've been a member of TPS for many years and it is great to find you folks on Google+. And your blog has the latest information, presented in a concise manner. You filter through a ton of information to bring us the best. And Ms. Lakdawalla, you have the perfect job, and you show that you really like it. Thanks Gary

Emily: 10/12/2012 03:02 CDT

Thank you for your support!

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