Looking Back, Looking Forward: Beginning a New Year In Space
Air Date: 12/31/2012
Run Time: 28:50
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- Bruce Betts, Director of Science and Technology, The Planetary Society
- Casey Dreier, Director of Advocacy, The Planetary Society
- Emily Lakdawalla, Senior Editor and Planetary Evangelist, The Planetary Society
- Bill Nye, Chief Executive Officer
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Planetary Society experts review the challenges and triumphs of 2012 and look forward to a new and exciting year with host Mat Kaplan. You’ll hear Bill Nye the Science Guy, Emily Lakdawalla on new missions, Casey Dreier on “Saving our Science,” and Bruce Betts’ review of great projects, as well as a musical rendition of “Random Space Fact.”
- Bill Nye's End of Year Thank You Video
- Planetary Society's Featured Projects
- "Save Our Science" With the Planetary Society
- A GIFT FOR YOU: New edition of Emily's Asteroids & Comets Montage
This week's prize is a beautiful and informative 2013 Year In Space wall calendar.
This week's question:
Who was the third person planned to perform extravehicular activity (a spacewalk)?
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Last week's question:
How many stars make up the Capella system?
The answer will be revealed next week.
Question from the week before:
From what country did Curiosity's REMS instrument package come?
Primarily Spain, with contributions from Finland.
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