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Planetary Radio Show Archives: 2008

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Andrew Chaikin on the 40th Anniversary of Apollo 8

December 29, 2008 • 0:28:52

Andrew Chaikin on the 40th Anniversary of Apollo 8

Report on the Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union

December 22, 2008 • 0:28:52

Report on the Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union

Armadillos in Space: Neil Milburn of Armadillo Aerospace

December 15, 2008 • 0:28:52

Armadillos in Space: Neil Milburn of Armadillo Aerospace

Martian Ice is Everywhere...Almost

December 08, 2008 • 0:28:52

Martian Ice is Everywhere...Almost

An Enormous New Eye on the Universe

December 01, 2008 • 0:28:50

Astronomer Richard Ellis looks forward to the Thirty Meter Telescope.

Going to the Moon With India!

November 24, 2008 • 0:28:52

Going to the Moon With India!

Lou Friedman on the Roadmap to Space

November 17, 2008 • 0:28:50

Planetary Society Exec. Director Lou Friedman on the new plan for human exploration of space.

Future American Space Policy, Part 1: President-Elect Barack Obama's Plan

November 10, 2008 • 0:28:52

Future American Space Policy, Part 1: President-Elect Barack Obama's Plan

The Journey To Palomar -- A New Documentary

November 03, 2008 • 0:28:52

The Journey To Palomar -- A New Documentary

Andrew Chaikin's Passion for Mars

October 27, 2008 • 0:28:52

Andrew Chaikin's Passion for Mars

MESSENGER Sails by Mercury for a Second Flyby

October 20, 2008 • 0:28:52

MESSENGER Sails by Mercury for a Second Flyby

Cassini at Saturn: An Update From Linda Spilker

October 13, 2008 • 0:28:52

Cassini at Saturn: An Update From Linda Spilker

Where to Look for Life on Mars

October 06, 2008 • 0:28:52

Where to Look for Life on Mars

Public Outreach and Amateurs in Space!

September 29, 2008 • 0:28:52

Public Outreach and Amateurs in Space!

Ann Druyan on New Honors for Carl Sagan

September 22, 2008 • 0:28:52

Longtime partner Ann Druyan is proud of NASA's new Carl Sagan Fellowships. Bill Nye has a tribute for his old professor.

Astropulse: A New Way for ET to Phone Home

September 15, 2008 • 0:28:52

Astropulse: A New Way for ET to Phone Home

Northrop Grumman Space Technology President Alexis Livanos

September 08, 2008 • 0:28:52

Northrop Grumman Space Technology President Alexis Livanos

The Illustrated Guide to Astronomical Wonders

September 01, 2008 • 0:28:52

The Illustrated Guide to Astronomical Wonders

Ulysses Mission Operations Manager Nigel Angold on the End of the Solar Polar Journey

August 25, 2008 • 0:28:52

Ulysses Mission Operations Manager Nigel Angold on the End of the Solar Polar Journey

Jut Wynne in the Caves of the Atacama

August 18, 2008 • 0:28:52

Jut Wynne in the Caves of the Atacama

David Morrison of NASA's Lunar Science Institute and Jack Gregg on the Lunar Regolith Challenge

August 11, 2008 • 0:28:52

Distinguished scientist David Morrison of NASA's Lunar Science Institute, while Jack Gregg heads speaks about the 2nd Lunar Regolith Challenge.

Phoenix Mars Lander Update: Taste the Water!

August 04, 2008 • 0:28:52

An exciting update from the Phoenix Mars Lander team, with further insights from Emily Lakdawalla. Bill Nye also celebrates Phoenix.

Observing Earth With Space Studies Board Chair Charles Kennel

July 28, 2008 • 0:28:52

Observing Earth With Space Studies Board Chair Charles Kennel

Astonishing Mercury, With MESSENGER Principal Investigator Sean Solomon

July 21, 2008 • 0:28:52

Astonishing Mercury, With MESSENGER Principal Investigator Sean Solomon

Why We Need Missions to Earth

July 14, 2008 • 0:28:52

Why We Need Missions to Earth

WALL*E and the Future of Robots in Space

July 07, 2008 • 0:28:52

WALL*E and the Future of Robots in Space

William Hartmann on 100th Anniversary of Tunguska's Big Bang

June 30, 2008 • 0:28:52

William Hartmann on 100th Anniversary of Tunguska's Big Bang

The Milky Way: A New Galactic Self-Portrait

June 23, 2008 • 0:28:52

The Milky Way: A New Galactic Self-Portrait

Ralph Lorenz and Titan Unveiled

June 16, 2008 • 0:28:52

Ralph Lorenz and Titan Unveiled

Landing on Mars: How Hard Can It Be?

June 09, 2008 • 0:28:52

JPL's Rob Manning explores just a few of the challenges of landing a spacecraft on another planet. We also get a Phoenix mission update from Emily Lakdawalla, who says not everything is going well.

Phoenix on Ice: One Week in the Martian Arctic Circle

June 02, 2008 • 0:28:52

Phoenix on Ice: One Week in the Martian Arctic Circle

Seven Minutes of Terror and Triumph: Phoenix Lands on Mars

May 26, 2008 • 0:28:52

Seven Minutes of Terror and Triumph: Phoenix Lands on Mars

Countdown to Touchdown on Mars

May 19, 2008 • 0:28:52

Countdown to Touchdown on Mars

XCOR's Lynx: Another Ride Into Space

May 12, 2008 • 0:28:52

XCOR's Lynx: Another Ride Into Space

Turning Moondust Into Air and Water

May 05, 2008 • 0:28:52

Turning Moondust Into Air and Water

The Brightest Light in the Universe

April 28, 2008 • 0:28:52

The Brightest Light in the Universe

Billions and Billions of Earthlike Planets?

April 21, 2008 • 0:28:52

Billions and Billions of Earthlike Planets?

A Mars Rover Update From Steve Squyres

April 14, 2008 • 0:28:52

Steve Squyres gives us a status report on Spirit and Opportunity, and Bill Nye comments on the rings that appear to surround one of Saturn's small moons. Last week Emily Lakdawalla told us why objects in space are round, but this time her Q&A explains why they're not.

Analyzing Alien Atmospheres

April 07, 2008 • 0:28:52

Analyzing Alien Atmospheres

Flying Through the Geysers of Enceladus

March 31, 2008 • 0:28:52

Flying Through the Geysers of Enceladus

Sir Arthur Clarke: A Tribute

March 24, 2008 • 0:28:52

Sir Arthur Clarke: A Tribute

Look Out! It's a Martian Avalanche!

March 17, 2008 • 0:28:52

Look Out! It's a Martian Avalanche!

John Anderson and the Flyby Anomaly

March 10, 2008 • 0:28:52

John Anderson and the Flyby Anomaly

Saving the Planet: The Apophis Mission Design Competition

March 03, 2008 • 0:28:52

Saving the Planet: The Apophis Mission Design Competition

More From JPL's Linda and Tom Spilker

February 25, 2008 • 0:28:52

More From JPL's Linda and Tom Spilker

A Cassini at Saturn Progress Report with Linda and Tom Spilker

February 18, 2008 • 0:28:52

A Cassini at Saturn Progress Report with Linda and Tom Spilker

Celebrating the MESSENGER Mercury Flyby With Sean Solomon

February 11, 2008 • 0:28:52

Celebrating the MESSENGER Mercury Flyby With Sean Solomon

Astronaut Clay Anderson: Staying In Shape In Space

February 04, 2008 • 0:28:52

Astronaut Clay Anderson: Staying In Shape In Space

Examining the Vision for Space Exploration: A Workshop Preview

January 28, 2008 • 0:28:52

Examining the Vision for Space Exploration: A Workshop Preview

MESSENGER Reveals Mercury

January 21, 2008 • 0:28:52

MESSENGER Reveals Mercury

A Near Miss for Mars and Bill Nye Pays Tribute to Mercury!

January 14, 2008 • 0:28:52

A Near Miss for Mars and Bill Nye Pays Tribute to Mercury!

A Winged MESSENGER Reaches Mercury, and Bill Nye Premieres!

January 07, 2008 • 0:28:52

A Winged MESSENGER Reaches Mercury, and Bill Nye Premieres!

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