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Talking With Mary Roach, Author of Packing for Mars

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Air Date: 08/16/2010
Run Time: 0:28:52

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The author of Stiff says life in the void is hard but worth the trouble. She joins us to talk about her hilarious and very informative new book that looks at the indignities and trials of space travel. Emily Lakdawalla reveals her new animations of Enceladus geysers and the Martian north pole, and Bruce Betts gives Mat Kaplan meteor shower viewing tips in What's Up. A new space trivia contest offers a Planetary Radio t-shirt. Bill Nye is on vacation.

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