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Planetary RadioJuly 19, 2016

The Eagle Has Landed: Remembering Neil Armstrong

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Jay Barbree
Jay Barbree

Space Correspondent, NBC

We celebrate the 47th anniversary of the first moon landing with the reprise of a conversation with author and NBC space reporter Jay Barbree about his trusted friend Neil Armstrong. Jason Davis brings us a special report on NASA’s 2020 Mars rover. Emily Lakdawalla reminds us that New Horizons at Pluto was anything but the end of exploration in our solar system. Bruce Betts poses a fascinating question in this week’s What’s Up trivia contest.

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Trivia Contest

This week's prizes are a Planetary Radio t-shirt, a Planetary Society rubber asteroid and a 200-point iTelescope.net astronomy account.

This week's question:

If you landed at the same latitude and longitude on Earth as Apollo 11 did on the moon, what country would you be in?

To submit your answer:

Complete the contest entry form at http://planetary.org/radiocontest or write to us at [email protected] no later than Tuesday, July 26th at 8am Pacific Time. Be sure to include your name and mailing address.

Last week's question:

What instrument on Juno sounds most like something from a Star Wars movie?

Answer:

The answer will be revealed next week.

Question from the week before:

What is the total power output of Juno at the distance of Jupiter from the Sun?

Answer:

Juno’s giant solar panels are generating between 400 and 500 watts of electricity as it orbits Jupiter.

Listen more: Mars 2020, New Horizons, NASA lunar missions before 2005, Pluto, history, mission status, personal stories, human spaceflight, Planetary Radio, astronaut, Mars

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