Mike Malaska has a Ph.D. in organic chemistry and explores the interface of chemistry, planetary geology, and astrobiology. His current research involves the geology and chemistry of Saturn’s giant moon Titan. He is also involved in planetary science education and public outreach.
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01/16/2012 | 0:28:50
Outside In is a spectacular IMAX movie being made out of nothing but actual photos of our solar system and beyond -- no computer-generated images. Hear how and why it's coming together from its creator, Stephen van Vuuren, and his associate Mike Malaska.
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