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03/19/2012 | 0:28:50
- Michael Carroll, Astronomical Artist
"Drifting on Alien Winds" With Author and Artist Michael Carroll
03/05/2012 | 0:28:50
- Alison Gibbings, Laser Bees Researcher, University of Glasgow
Can Laser Bees Save Earth? Exploring Asteroid Deflection With Alison Gibbings
02/27/2012 | 0:28:50
- Alan Stern, New Horizons Principal Investigator, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Alan Stern: Organics on Pluto and Fairy Castles on the Moon
02/13/2012 | 0:28:50
Rocketplanes, Space Yachts and New Space Geeks at SpaceUp!
02/06/2012 | 0:28:50
- Eric Smith, JWST Deputy Program Director
James Webb Space Telescope Status Report from Deputy Program Director Eric Smith
01/30/2012 | 0:28:50
Planck Project Scientist Jan Tauber on a Mission Milestone
01/23/2012 | 0:28:50
- Chris Radcliff, Creator, SpaceUp Unconference
- Bruce Betts, Director of Projects, The Planetary Society
- Marimikel Charrier, SpaceUp Foundation
The SpaceUp Unconference and A Free Online Astronomy Class
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.