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Erin's Blog

From the Director of Communications

by Erin Greeson

News and updates from the Communications team at Planetary Society Headquarters in Pasadena, California.

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“Upside Down & Inside Out” - OK Go Makes Art at Zero-G

Posted by Erin Greeson on 2016/02/12 08:00 CST

OK Go just dropped their most spectacular - and daring - music video yet, “Upside Down & Inside Out.” Filmed in microgravity over many parabolic flights in Russia, “Upside Down & Inside Out” sets a new precedent for what’s possible as artists consider our future in space.

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Bill Nye’s “Unstoppable” Book & New Greatest Generation

Posted by Erin Greeson on 2015/11/10 08:00 CST | 9 comments

In his new book, “Unstoppable: Harnessing Science to Change the World,” Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye addresses a “New Greatest Generation” -- today’s young leaders who embrace science and optimism for a viable future.

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Bill Nye’s Earth Day Visit with the President of the United States

Posted by Erin Greeson on 2015/04/27 02:41 CDT

Last week, our CEO Bill Nye joined The President of the United States for an Earth Day visit to The Everglades, one of the country's renowned National Parks and a vital global ecosystem. The Washington Post covered the news, and we at The Planetary Society shared in the excitement.

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Undeniable Commitment to Education, Empowerment & Understanding the Cosmos

Posted by Erin Greeson on 2014/11/04 06:07 CST | 2 comments

Today, The Planetary Society celebrates our CEO Bill Nye’s latest science education feat: the release of his book, Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation. Erin Greeson, The Planetary Society's director of communications, tells us about it.

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