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06/06/2011 | 0:28:52
- Mike Brown, Planetary Astronomer, California Institute of Technology
Planetary Radio Live! Featuring Mike 'Pluto-Killer' Brown
05/16/2011 | 0:28:52
- Marc Rayman, Dawn chief engineer and mission director, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
After three-and-a-half years of ion-propelled flight, Dawn is finally on final approach to Vesta. We'll get a mission status report from Marc Rayman.
05/02/2011 | 0:28:52
- Linda Spilker, Cassini Project Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Another Cassini Update from Project Scientist Linda Spilker
04/25/2011 | 0:28:52
- Rick Hanton, Chair, SEDS-USA
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space