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Planetary Radio Show Archives: 2004

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Huygens Probe Sets Off On Its Own for Saturn's Moon Titan

December 27, 2004 • 0:28:50

Huygens Probe Sets Off On Its Own for Saturn's Moon Titan

Wes Huntress on the NASA Administrator's Resignation and a New Super Mars Rover

December 20, 2004 • 0:28:50

Wes Huntress on the NASA Administrator's Resignation and a New Super Mars Rover

Deflecting Asteroids Headed Our Way

December 13, 2004 • 0:28:50

Deflecting Asteroids Headed Our Way

IBM Enters [email protected]'s Game

December 06, 2004 • 0:28:50

IBM Enters [email protected]'s Game

The Depths of Space: A New Book About the Pioneer Planetary Probes

November 29, 2004 • 0:28:50

The Depths of Space: A New Book About the Pioneer Planetary Probes

Europe's SMART-1 Reaches the Moon!

November 22, 2004 • 0:28:50

Europe's SMART-1 Reaches the Moon!

Solar Sail Ready for Liftoff

November 15, 2004 • 0:28:50

Solar Sail Ready for Liftoff

On The Edge of Science: The NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts

November 08, 2004 • 0:28:50

On The Edge of Science: The NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts

Black Cats and Other Mysteries--Cassini-Huygens at Saturn's Moon Titan

November 01, 2004 • 0:28:50

Black Cats and Other Mysteries--Cassini-Huygens at Saturn's Moon Titan

Getting Ready for Titan with Chris McKay

October 25, 2004 • 0:28:50

Getting Ready for Titan with Chris McKay

A Conversation With Jet Propulsion Lab Director Charles Elachi

October 18, 2004 • 0:28:50

A Conversation With Jet Propulsion Lab Director Charles Elachi

A Special Planetary Radio: SpaceShipOne Wins the X Prize!

October 11, 2004 • 0:28:50

A Special Planetary Radio: SpaceShipOne Wins the X Prize!

Former Soviet Space Program Director Roald Sagdeev on the Sputnik 1 Anniversary

October 04, 2004 • 0:28:50

Former Soviet Space Program Director Roald Sagdeev on the Sputnik 1 Anniversary

Amateur Astronomers Work to Save the Planet

September 27, 2004 • 0:28:50

Amateur Astronomers Work to Save the Planet

[email protected] Chief Scientist Dan Werthimer Says Sorry, Wrong Number

September 20, 2004 • 0:28:50

[email protected] Chief Scientist Dan Werthimer Says Sorry, Wrong Number

Genesis Rises From the Ashes/Planetary Protection

September 13, 2004 • 0:28:50

Genesis Rises From the Ashes/Planetary Protection

Billions of Earths?

September 06, 2004 • 0:28:50

Billions of Earths?

Genesis Returns With a Bit of the Sun

August 30, 2004 • 0:28:50

Genesis Returns With a Bit of the Sun

In the Footsteps of Carl Sagan: Neil Tyson of the Hayden Planetarium

August 23, 2004 • 0:28:50

In the Footsteps of Carl Sagan: Neil Tyson of the Hayden Planetarium

Encore Presentation: Ray Bradbury's 83rd Birthday Party!

August 16, 2004 • 0:30:42

Encore Presentation: Ray Bradbury's 83rd Birthday Party!

Moonwalker Harrison Schmitt Visits Planetary Radio

August 09, 2004 • 0:28:50

Moonwalker Harrison Schmitt Visits Planetary Radio

MESSENGER Spacecraft Heads for Mercury

August 02, 2004 • 0:28:50

MESSENGER Spacecraft Heads for Mercury

Thunderbirds Director Jonathan Frakes of Star Trek Fame

July 26, 2004 • 0:28:50

Thunderbirds Director Jonathan Frakes of Star Trek Fame

Apollo Astronauts Visit Planetary Radio

July 19, 2004 • 0:28:50

Apollo Astronauts Visit Planetary Radio

A Visit With NASA Associate Administrator Ed Weiler

July 12, 2004 • 0:28:50

A Visit With NASA Associate Administrator Ed Weiler

Cassini-Huygens Reaches Saturn

July 05, 2004 • 0:28:50

Cassini-Huygens Reaches Saturn

A SpaceShipOne Special!

June 28, 2004 • 0:28:50

A SpaceShipOne Special!

Cassini Visits Phoebe at Saturn!

June 21, 2004 • 0:28:50

Cassini Visits Phoebe at Saturn!

Donna Shirley and Science Fiction's New Home

June 14, 2004 • 0:28:50

Donna Shirley and Science Fiction's New Home

How's the Weather on Mars?

June 07, 2004 • 0:28:50

How's the Weather on Mars?

Hunting for Extrasolar Planets

May 31, 2004 • 0:28:50

Hunting for Extrasolar Planets

A Teenager in Space?

May 24, 2004 • 0:28:50

A Teenager in Space?

[email protected] Turns Five!

May 17, 2004 • 0:28:50

[email protected] Turns Five!

Opportunity Reaches Endurance Crater on Mars

May 10, 2004 • 0:28:50

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.

Charley Kohlhase: Engineer, Artist, Cassini Mission Designer

May 03, 2004 • 0:28:50

Charley Kohlhase: Engineer, Artist, Cassini Mission Designer

Ray Bradbury Returns!

April 26, 2004 • 0:28:56

Ray Bradbury Returns!

Magnets Roving on Mars

April 19, 2004 • 0:25:15

This week we hear about the strategically located magnets on the Mars Exploration Rovers and how are telling us more about the red planet.

Celebrate With The Mars Exploration Rover Team

April 12, 2004 • 0:22:40

With lots to celebrate, The Planetary Society threw a party for the scientists and engineers who have made Spirit and Opportunity such amazing successes, and you're invited!

Life on Mars...and Earth

April 05, 2004 • 0:29:54

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!

A Salty Sea on Mars

March 29, 2004 • 0:29:17

A Salty Sea on Mars

Far Out Sedna

March 22, 2004 • 0:31:07

Far Out Sedna

Defending Earth From Asteroids

March 15, 2004 • 0:28:36

Defending Earth From Asteroids

Confirmed: Water Was on Mars!

March 08, 2004 • 0:26:58

Confirmed: Water Was on Mars!

Jim Bell, The Pancam Man!

March 01, 2004 • 0:29:22

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.

RATs, Astrobots, and a Six Iron on the Moon!

February 23, 2004 • 0:26:41

RATs, Astrobots, and a Six Iron on the Moon!

Stardust Status Report

February 16, 2004 • 0:30:02

Stardust Status Report

The Astrobots are Back on Our Show!

February 09, 2004 • 0:26:19

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.

Mars Exploration Rover Flight Director Chris Lewicki

February 02, 2004 • 0:29:11

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.

Opportunity Lands and Hope Builds for Spirit

January 26, 2004 • 0:34:16

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.

The First Student Astronauts Arrive

January 12, 2004 • 0:28:25

The First Student Astronauts Arrive

Spirit Lands on Mars!

January 05, 2004 • 0:30:35

Follow the incredibly exciting and finally triumphant arrival on Mars of the Mars Exploration Rover as it happened at Wild About Mars, the Planetary Society's big weekend event at the Pasadena Convention Center.

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