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Planetary Society Hangout Dec 6 2012: Curiosity update and the 2020 rover

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Join Emily Lakdawalla and Casey Dreier for a discussion of the Curiosity kerfuffle and NASA's future rover plans. Casey reported on location from the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco.

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AGU Day 1: Curiosity News Update

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  • Emily Lakdawalla, Senior Editor and Planetary Evangelist, The Planetary Society

Planetary Society Senior Editor Emily Lakdawalla summarizes the latest science returns from NASA's Curiosity rover as presented on day one of the American Geophysical Union's 2012 Fall conference in San Francisco.

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Cosmoquest Science Hour, November 21, 2012: No, Curiosity did not find life on Mars

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In which Emily Lakdawalla tries to tamp down Fraser Cain's enthusiasm about whatever it was that SAM found on Mars. We're discussing this NPR story.

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Cosmoquest Science Hour, November 7, 2012: Curiosity update with SAM deputy principal investigator Pamela Conrad

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Enjoy an hour of explanation of Curiosity's Sample Analysis at Mars instrument with Emily Lakdawalla and Pamela Conrad.

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Cosmoquest Science Hour, October 24, 2012: Curiosity and DPS updates

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Emily Lakdawalla and Fraser Cain discuss Curiosity's recent (in)activity as well as cool exoplanet, moon, and Vesta science from the Division of Planetary Sciences meeting.

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At Home In Space: Dawn Mission's Marc Rayman Takes Us on a Tour of His Home

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  • Marc Rayman, Dawn chief engineer and mission director, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Dawn Mission Director Marc Rayman is a lifelong space enthusiast. His tasteful home provides the evidence.

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Carl Sagan Day 2012 Tribute

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The Planetary Society held a special tribute show for our co-founder, Carl Sagan, on what would have been his 78th birthday. We were joined by Carl's friends and colleagues, including Louis Friedman, Kip Thorne, and Lynda Obst.

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Learning About PlanetVac at Honeybee Robotics

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  • Kris Zacny, Vice President and Director of Exploration Technology, Honeybee Robotics
  • Bruce Betts, Director of Science and Technology, The Planetary Society

Bruce Betts tours Honeybee Robotics, creator of PlanetVac, an elegantly simple soil sample collection technology that will be tested with support from the Planetary Society.

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Emily Gets a JPL Booth Tour at DPS

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The Jet Propulsion Lab brought a big exhibit to the 44th annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society's Division for Planetary Sciences. The Lab's Doug Ellison plays tour guide and forces a reluctant Emily to try her hand at getting Curiosity safely to the surface of Mars.

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Bill Nye Asks You to Write the President for Planetary Exploration

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Bill Nye asks you to take a minute and write President Obama on behalf of NASA's planetary exploration program.

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Bruce Betts' Online College Intro Astronomy Course 2014

Planetary Society Director of Projects Dr. Bruce Betts is teaching an online introductory college Astronomy class during Spring semester 2014. Find out how to watch live or watch the archive here. The course is through California State University Dominguez Hills.

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Consider the Following

Videos produced by Toshiba and The Planetary Society, originally aired in Times Square.

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Snapshots from Space

The Planetary Society's video series that takes you to the final frontier.

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