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with Mat Kaplan

The voice of our flagship Planetary Radio radio program, Mat Kaplan brings you unique perspectives every week through his interviews with scientists, engineers, and all sorts of cool space people.

See What's NEXT for Humanity

Mat Kaplan • August 16, 2012 • 5

A new monthly series of Southern California Public Radio events begins with a look at how intelligent machines and virtual humans will change what it means to be a real human. Attend or watch the live webcast tonight, Thursday, August 16.

Talking Climate With Bill Nye

Mat Kaplan • July 03, 2012 • 2

Talk about changing climates on this world and others brought 600 people to the Boulder Theater.

Every Planet in the Galaxy!

Mat Kaplan • June 20, 2012 • 2

Okay, just the ones we know about. xkcd does it again.

Planetary Radio is Back on iTunes!

Mat Kaplan • June 14, 2012

With help from Apple, we've once again made Planetary Radio, our weekly podcast and public radio series, available from the most popular spot on the Net to find and subscribe to podcasts.

Celestron Video From USA Science & Engineering Festival

Mat Kaplan • June 06, 2012 • 1

Telescope maker Celestron joined the Planetary Society at April's big festival in Washington. Their new video about the experience features our Emily Lakdawalla.

Remembering Ray Bradbury

Mat Kaplan • June 06, 2012 • 3

Mat recalls stories from his many interactions with Ray Bradbury, and provides links to Ray's Planetary Radio episodes.

Planetary Radio: Taking Back the Night

Mat Kaplan • April 17, 2012

Planetary Radio for April 16, 2012 features an interview with Scott Kardel of the International Dark Sky Association.

Snapshots From Space Video: Revealing Jupiter's (Mostly) Unseen Treasures

Mat Kaplan • March 18, 2012 • 2

Tens of thousands of Jupiter images were taken by the Voyager spacecraft, but relatively few have been processed to reveal their true beauty and wonder. The latest Snapshots video from Emily Lakdawalla explains why.

Visiting a Solar Sail in the OC

Mat Kaplan • March 16, 2012

The city of Tustin is about an hour's drive from Planetary Society HQ in Pasadena. That's when the freeway gods are kind, which they never are. The trip I made there yesterday was well worth the trouble.

New "Snapshot From Space": Defending Our Planet

Mat Kaplan • March 06, 2012

A new installment of our "Snapshots" video series examines the threat posed by asteroids on collision courses with our home planet. Emily Lakdawalla explains why it's so important to find, understand and learn to deflect these potential civilization enders.

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