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04/08/2014 | 42:43
- Cheryl Nickerson, Professor, Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University
You may have heard that the sometimes deadly Salmonella bacterium becomes stronger in microgravity. Cheryl Nickerson tell us about this and other results her team has conducted in low Earth orbit.
02/04/2014 | 38:52
- Jim Bell, President of the Board of Directors, The Planetary Society
- John Grotzinger, Curiosity Project Scientist, California Institute of Technology
- Bill Nye, Chief Executive Officer
- Rob Manning, Chief Engineer, Mars Exploration Directorate, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Our celebration of the Mars rovers continues from Southern California Public Radio’s Crawford Family Forum, this week featuring planetary scientist and author Jim Bell, Curiosity Project Scientist John Grotzinger, JPL Mars Engineering Manager Rob Manning and Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye. Emily takes us to Curiosity’s latest find on the red planet, and Bruce Betts joins Mat to gaze at the night sky and give away ISS-Above, the little device that tells you when the International Space Station is overhead.