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Zero-G With OK Go!

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Air Date: 02/16/2016
Run Time: 38:49

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Topics: interview, Planetary Society Projects, fun, Planetary Radio, FY2017 NASA Budget

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Have you seen it? OK Go has gone where no band has gone before to make a music video. Mat talks with Damian Kulash and Tim Nordwind about the hazards, thrill and promise of making art in free fall. Emily Lakdawalla reveals another attempt to put a microphone on Mars. Bill Nye steps aside so that Casey Dreier can give us his first impression of the new budget proposed for NASA. And Mat drops in on Bruce’s live, online astronomy class to learn What’s Up.

Mat Kaplan interviews Damian Kulash and Tim Nordwind of OK Go

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Mat Kaplan interviews Damian Kulash and Tim Nordwind of OK Go

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What is the peak wavelength of the Sun’s electromagnetic radiation to the nearest 100 nanometers?

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What was famous astronomer Herschel’s first and middle names?


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In Earth days, how long is a Pluto day (as well as a Charon day)?


A day on Pluto (and on Charon) lasts about 6.4 Earth days.


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