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Getting a Rover's-Eye View of Mars

Mars Exploration Rover

Air Date: 05/12/2003
Run Time: 0:28:56

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  • Jim Bell, President of the Board of Directors, The Planetary Society

Topics: lunar eclipse, Opportunity, Spirit, Planetary Radio, Mars Exploration Rovers, life, the Moon, Mars

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Cornell University astronomy professor Jim Bell leads the main imaging team for the Mars Exploration Rovers, which will launch toward the Red Planet in June. You'll hear excerpts of his presentation last week at Planetary Society headquarters. Emily looks for life on the moon, while Bruce Betts says to get ready for this week's lunar eclipse!


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