PLANETARY RADIO LIVE: Special Curiosity Report Continues
Air Date: 12/24/2012
Run Time: 28:50
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- Richard Cook, Curiosity Project Manager, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- John Grotzinger, Curiosity Project Scientist, California Institute of Technology
- Emily Lakdawalla, Senior Editor and Planetary Evangelist, The Planetary Society
- Bill Nye, Chief Executive Officer
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More of our great conversation with the leaders of the Curiosity mission. Project Manager Richard Cook and Project Scientist John Grotzinger are joined by Bill Nye, Emily Lakdawalla and host Mat Kaplan at the Crawford Family Forum in Pasadena, California. Bruce Betts and Mat get all starry-eyed in this week's What's Up, and you'll live long and prosper with another tune from jazz quartet Hedgehog Swing. Watch the entire Planetary Radio Live webcast at the link below.
- Watch the Complete Planetary Radio Live Video!
- Emily Lakdawalla's Latest Curiosity Blog Entry
- JPL Curiosity Rover Website
- Hedgehog Swing Jazz Quartet
This week's prize is a beautiful and informative 2013 Year In Space wall calendar.
This week's question:
How many stars make up the Capella system?
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Last week's question:
From what country did Curiosity's REMS instrument package come?
The answer will be revealed next week.
Question from the week before:
What is the most common graphical symbol for Neptune designed to look like?
The trident wielded by King Neptune.
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