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Planetary Radio Live at the Aquarium of the Pacific

Earth rose over the lunar horizon as Apollo 8 completed the first manned trip behind the far side of the Moon.

Air Date: 07/23/2012
Run Time: 28:50

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Topics: podcasts and videos, interview, Planetary Radio, Mars, Europa, Enceladus, Titan, ice worlds, hydrology, Voyager 1 and 2, Galileo

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Planetary Radio Live visits the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California to consider oceans on Earth and on other worlds.  Panelists include biologist David Bader, the Aquarium's Director of Education, JPL Deputy Chief Scientist for Solar System Exploration Kevin Hand, and Bill Nye the Science Guy. You'll also enjoy an original space shanty by Michael Nieto, and a video tour of Curiosity's cameras from Emily Lakdawalla. Bruce Betts tosses a few Red Planets to audience members who play the space trivia game.

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What are all features on Enceladus named after? (Naming convention.)

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Who comprises International Space Station Expedition 32?

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Where in the solar system is crater Nyele?

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Carter Nyele is on Venus

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