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VIDEO: Watch Jim Bell's Public Lecture at Caltech

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Posted by Mat Kaplan

06-03-2013 18:00 CST


Our friends at Caltech's Keck Institute for Space Studies have made a video of Jim Bell's terrific presentation available online.  The Planetary Society partnered with KISS on this event that attracted a huge audience.  It's a kick.  Jim is a world-class presenter, and it's not for nothing that I call him the Ansel Adams of Mars.  As you can tell from the title, he includes beautiful images from elsewhere in the solar system that have been sent home by our robotic emissaries.  Enjoy.

Jim Bell at Caltech

Bob Paz / Keck Institute for Space Studies

Jim Bell at Caltech
Planetary Society President Jim Bell delivering a public lecture for the Planetary Society and Caltech's Keck Institute for Space Studies.
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Mark Adler: 03/07/2013 09:43 CST

Per Caltech, it's spelled "Caltech". The T is not capitalized.

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