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Space Policy Edition #2: Why Juno? Why Jupiter? Why Now?

White House with Solar System

Air Date: 07/01/2016
Run Time: 1:09:14

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Topics: Space Policy, Planetary Radio, the Moon, Mars, Juno, Jupiter

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Jason Callahan, Casey Dreier and Mat Kaplan of the Planetary Society return with another in-depth conversation about the politics and policies of space exploration. This month they ask whether the Moon vs. Mars human destination debate makes sense, examine a new report on CubeSats by the National Academies, and explain how a thrilling planetary science mission like Juno gets a thumbs up from NASA. It’s a complex but effective ordeal.

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A new episode of Space Policy Edition will be posted on the first Friday of each month. Let us know what you think about our topics and our approach! Comment on this page or write to planetaryradio@planetary.org.


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Jack Waldbewohner: 07/04/2016 01:07 CDT

I m soon a 20 year member. I meta lot of the team at Explore Mars in DC. Your podcasts are incredible.

Anthony Hennig: 07/05/2016 09:45 CDT

One of the biggest things you guys did not talk about is that the actual Title Code leading NASA after the 2010 reauthorization act actually heavily restricted that long-term moon base stuff. If you restrict the capacity to make plans, then it gets really difficult! https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/51/70505

LocalFluff: 07/16/2016 12:30 CDT

Great shows! Do you think you can get an interview with Newt Gingrich now that he is campaigning? He's a space enthusiast, a historian and a top political insider who could explain the process. You know how intellectual he is, he won't repeat slogans but talk about something interesting.

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