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Ray Bradbury Looks Back at Apollo 11

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Air Date: 07/20/2009
Run Time: 0:30:00

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The beloved author, poet, dramatist, and visionary Ray Bradbury revisits Planetary Radio to share his memories of the first Moon landing forty years ago this week. Ray also talks about Mars and other favorite topics. Bill Nye joins our celebration of one of the greatest days in all of human history. Bruce Betts and Mat Kaplan learn what listeners might have said if they had been in Neil Armstrong's boots. That's after sharing news of the night sky in What's Up, and offering a new space trivia contest..


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