Emily Lakawalla's DPS Report
Air Date: 10/14/2013
Run Time: 28:50
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- Emily Lakdawalla, Senior Editor and Planetary Evangelist, The Planetary Society
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The Planetary Society’s Senior Editor and Planetary Evangelist recaps this year’s revealing meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS). Bill Nye tracks Juno’s fall to Earth last week, while Bruce Betts and Mat Kaplan enjoy an “eccentric” What’s Up segment, including the weekly space trivia contest.
- BLOG: Tidbits from Titan (DPS Meeting)
- BLOG: Juno is in Safe Mode, But Okay and On Course
- 45th Annual Meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences
- "Why With Nye" Bill Nye's New Juno Mission Videos
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This week's question:
What was the name of Scott Carpenter's Mercury spacecraft?
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Last week's question:
What nebula would fit best in the movie, "The Godfather?"
The answer will be revealed next week.
Question from the week before:
What is Mercury's eccentricity? (Give us at least 2 or 3 digits.)
Mercury's orbit is the most eccentric of the solar system's planets, at 0.2056.
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