Join me on "Virtually Speaking Science" August 6
Posted by Emily Lakdawalla
05-08-2014 18:27 CDT
On Wednesday, August 6, I'll be speaking with Alan Boyle on the "Virtually Speaking Science" podcast about Curiosity. Virtually Speaking Science is an hourlong talk show that airs on BlogTalkRadio and in the Exploratorium's Second Life virtual auditorium. If you miss the live show, never fear: You can catch up with the podcast via BlogTalkRadio or iTunes. Here's a blurb about the show:
The Planetary Society’s Emily Lakdawalla and Space.com contributor Rod Pyle look back at the first two years of the Curiosity Rover’s mission on Mars, and look ahead to the future of Mars exploration. Pyle is the author of the newly published book “Curiosity: An Inside Look at the Mars Rover Mission and the People Who Made It Happen.” Lakdawalla is working on a book tentatively titled “Curiosity on Mars: Design, Planning and the First Mars Year of Operations,” due to be published in 2015. NBC News science editor Alan Boyle is the host for the show, which marks the second anniversary (in Earth years) of Curiosity’s Mars landing.
The show is at 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern / midnight UTC, but it will also be available for later listening if you can't tune in live. While you wait for the show, you can catch up on all my coverage of the Curiosity mission!
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