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How's the Weather on Mars?

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Air Date: 06/07/2004
Run Time: 0:28:50

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Cornell planetary scientist Don Banfield knows which way the Martian wind blows. He hopes to put much more sophisticated weather instruments on the Red Planet. Emily Lakdawalla says size is only one thing that matters in planetary composition. Bruce Betts is watching Venus cross the Sun and delivering another space trivia contest.

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