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NASA Goes for Star Trek Science: Bob Cassanova of the Institute for Advanced Concepts

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Air Date: 07/25/2005
Run Time: 0:28:50

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Bob Cassanova heads the NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts, which has just awarded twelve grants for development of projects that are on the edge of technology, including antimatter propulsion and a food replicator. Emily Lakdawalla tells us where old satellites go to die...often, nowhere at all. And Bruce Betts delivers his weekly What's Up! report on the night sky, and a new trivia contest. Space news, too.


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