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A Planetary Radio Special Feature: NASA Unveils Its Proposed FY2015 Budget

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Air Date: 03/05/2014
Run Time: 35:47

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  • Casey Dreier, Director of Space Policy, The Planetary Society

Topics: FY2014 NASA Budget, Future Mission Concepts, Planetary Radio

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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden unveiled the agency’s 2015 budget plans in a March 4 media briefing. Minutes later, Planetary Radio host Mat Kaplan got an enlightening and engaging analysis from Planetary Society Director of Advocacy Casey Dreier. You’ll hear about the winners, the losers, and the uncertain futures of many NASA initiatives and missions. Casey also asks all of us to get involved in the future of space exploration.

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No trivia contest spoilers please!

Roman Bodnar: 03/05/2014 11:59 CST

Grammatically, it is not 'The Ukraine', it's just 'Ukraine'. Thanks!

Thomas Griffin: 03/06/2014 06:55 CST

More special reports? You bet!!! I can't ever get enough Planetary Radio.

Corey Chapman: 03/06/2014 02:05 CST

I really like the special report, especially since there are so few places in the media that cover this kind of stuff in detail. Thanks guys.

Dan Cook: 03/06/2014 05:13 CST

More please. As I am currently driving for a living I have more opportunities to listen than read. This was great!

Chris Campbell: 03/13/2014 11:54 CDT

What a great surprise -- TWO episodes of Planetary Radio this week! More! Yes! Go!

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