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Keith Cowing and the ISEE-3 Rebooters

ISEE-3 Reboot Mission Patch

Air Date: 07/22/2014
Run Time: 28:50

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Topics: citizen science, mission status, comet Halley armada

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They have generated excitement, enthusiasm and support throughout the world. The ISEE-3 Reboot Project has succeeded in gaining control over the 36-year old spacecraft, but will they be able to move it? Emily Lakdawalla returns with comet news and her very own asteroid. Bill Nye gets us from the Pacific Ocean to the edge of the solar system. Bruce Betts and Mat Kaplan explain why pieces of a space station shared the stage with Miss Universe.

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