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Bob Pappalardo and the Mysteries of Europa

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Air Date: 06/26/2006
Run Time: 0:28:52

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Newly-arrived at the Jet Propulsion Lab as a Principal Scientist, Bob Pappalardo is prepared to continue his investigations of Jupiter's icy moon Europa, including the push for a dedicated mission. He joins us at The Planetary Society studio for a conversation, including a description of the current expedition to the spot on Earth that may be most like Europa's surface. Emily Lakdawalla looks at another mysterious moon in Q&A, and Bruce Betts has all the dirt on the the trial separation of Mars and Jupiter and a new space trivia contest in What's Up!

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