Planetary Radio Show Archives: 2004
12/27/2004 | 0:28:50
- Claudio Sollazzo, Mission Operations Manager
- Jean-Pierre Lebreton, Mission Manager and Project Scientist, Huygens
Huygens Probe Sets Off On Its Own for Saturn's Moon Titan
12/20/2004 | 0:28:50
Wes Huntress on the NASA Administrator's Resignation and a New Super Mars Rover
11/29/2004 | 0:28:50
- Mark Wolverton, Author
The Depths of Space: A New Book About the Pioneer Planetary Probes
11/08/2004 | 0:28:50
- Robert Cassanova, Director, NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts
On The Edge of Science: The NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts
11/01/2004 | 0:28:50
- Toby Owen, Planetary Scientist
Black Cats and Other Mysteries--Cassini-Huygens at Saturn's Moon Titan
10/18/2004 | 0:28:50
- Charles Elachi, Director, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
A Conversation With Jet Propulsion Lab Director Charles Elachi
10/11/2004 | 0:28:50
A Special Planetary Radio: SpaceShipOne Wins the X Prize!
10/04/2004 | 0:28:50
- Roald Sagdeev, former Director, Soviet Space Research Institute
Former Soviet Space Program Director Roald Sagdeev on the Sputnik 1 Anniversary
09/20/2004 | 0:28:50
- Dan Wertheimer, SETI Chief Scientist, University of California, Berkeley
SETI@Home Chief Scientist Dan Werthimer Says Sorry, Wrong Number
08/23/2004 | 0:28:50
- Neil deGrasse Tyson, Board of Directors, The Planetary Society
In the Footsteps of Carl Sagan: Neil Tyson of the Hayden Planetarium
08/16/2004 | 0:30:42
- Ray Bradbury, Author, poet, and visionary
Encore Presentation: Ray Bradbury's 83rd Birthday Party!
08/09/2004 | 0:28:50
- Harrison Schmitt, Moonwalker, geologist, engineer, entrepreneur and former US Senator
Moonwalker Harrison Schmitt Visits Planetary Radio
07/26/2004 | 0:28:50
- Jonathan Frakes, Director, Thunderbirds
Thunderbirds Director Jonathan Frakes of Star Trek Fame
07/12/2004 | 0:28:50
- Edward Weiler, Associate Administrator, NASA
A Visit With NASA Associate Administrator Ed Weiler
05/10/2004 | 0:28:50
- Phil Christensen, TES and THEMIS Principal Investigator, Arizona State University
Steve Squyres and Phil Christensen discuss Opportunity's latest goal, Endeavour Crater; Emily Lakdawalla knows how to find a spacecraft sailing out beyond Pluto, and Bruce Betts has a lock on a couple of comets.
05/03/2004 | 0:28:50
- Charley Kohlhase, Engineer, Artist, Cassini Mission Designer
Charley Kohlhase: Engineer, Artist, Cassini Mission Designer
04/05/2004 | 0:29:54
- Andrew Knoll, Harvard biologist and science team member, Mars Exploration Rover mission
We visit Harvard biologist Andrew Knoll for a conversation about finding life on the red planet. Emily Lakdawalla is seeing red on another of Earth's neighbors, and Bruce Betts spins a tale of Death Stars, cockroaches and trivia contests on What's Up!
03/01/2004 | 0:29:22
- Jim Bell, President of the Board of Directors, The Planetary Society
Planetary Radio talks with the developer of the Pancam on the Mars Exploration Rovers, Jim Bell. We also feature the last pair of Student Astronauts, and another visit with Astrobots Biff Starling and Sandy Moondust.
02/09/2004 | 0:26:19
- Wayne Lee, Entry, Descent and Landing Chief Engineer, Mars Exploration Rover mission
After a long hiatus, Biff Starling and Sandy Moondust return to the air. You'll also hear from Mars Exploration Rover Entry, Descent and Landing Chief Engineer Wayne Lee, and from two more of the Student Astronauts.
02/02/2004 | 0:29:11
- Chris Lewicki, President and Chief Asteroid Miner, Planetary Resources
Opportunity is on a roll and Spirit is almost back to full health as we visit with the young Flight Director for the mission. We also hear from two more of the Student Astronauts.
01/26/2004 | 0:34:16
- Rob Manning, Chief Engineer, Mars Exploration Directorate, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
We celebrate the perfect landing of Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity with special guest Rob Manning, plus lots more, including two more Student Astronauts, and a "name that outcropping" contest from Bruce Betts.
01/12/2004 | 0:28:25
- Courtney Dressing, Student Astronaut, The Planetary Society's Red Rover Goes to Mars project
- Rafael Morozowski, Student Astronaut, The Planetary Society's Red Rover Goes to Mars project
The First Student Astronauts Arrive
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