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Stardust Status Report

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Air Date: 02/16/2004
Run Time: 0:30:02

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  • Don Brownlee, Principal Investigator for the Stardust mission


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The spacecraft called Stardust is on its long voyage back to Earth, laden with genuine comet bits. Principal Investigator Don Brownlee reports on the startling images and data already returned. Bruce Betts hits the lunar links in this week's trivia contest, and we hear from two more of the Student Astronauts at the Jet Propulsion Lab.


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