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Cosmoquest Astronomy Hour: Oct 10, 2012: Curiosity Update

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Emily Lakdawalla and Casey Dreier discuss the latest news of the MSL Curiosity mission and the proposed future of the Mars program in light of proposed budget cuts.

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Endeavour Comes Home--Shuttle Flies Over its Birthplace

Shuttle Endeavour flies over the former Rockwell plant where it was designed and built as a crowd at the adjacent Columbia Memorial Space Center watches and cheers.

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Emily Lakdawalla at the first SpaceUp Europe, Sept 22, 2012

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

Emily talks to the SpaceUp Europe attendees about seeing Mars through Curiosity's eyes, and then takes questions about improving mission public outreach and tough choices among space missions.

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Cosmoquest Astronomy Hour, Sept. 26, 2012: Curiosity update

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Emily Lakdawalla and Fraser Cain talk about Gale crater, the site of Curiosity's investigation on Mars, and how to look at HiRISE images of the site.

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Curiosity is Cheap T-5 Talk at SpaceUp LA

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Planetary Society Staff Casey Dreier presents his T-5 talk about why Curiosity and Planetary Science is not as expensive as people tend to think.

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Cosmoquest Astronomy Hour, Sept. 12, 2012: Curiosity update

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Emily Lakdawalla and Fraser Cain talk about the status of the Curiosity mission at about sol 37, with Fraser asking Emily audience questions. At the time, Curiosity was wrapping up the commissioning of its robotic arm with its MAHLI and APXS instruments.

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Cosmoquest Science Hour, August 15, 2012: Curiosity's on Mars!

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Emily Lakdawalla and Fraser Cain talk about the status of the Curiosity mission about a week after its landing, with Fraser asking Emily audience questions.

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Ann Druyan Celebrates Voyager's 35th Anniversary

Carl Sagan's collaborator and wife, Ann Druyan, recorded this eloquent and passionate greeting for the Planetary Society's celebration of the Voyager mission. Ann served as Creative Director for the creation of the Golden Record carried by both Voyager spacecraft.

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Final minutes of Curiosity EDL and first pictures from Planetfest 2012

This is the feed from Planetfest 2012 as we watched NASA TV during the final stages of the MSL Curiosity landing at JPL mission control. Bill Nye and Bruce Betts provided additional narration, and the crowd of thousands provided the huge applause. It's as close as we can get to conveying the excitement and emotion of witnessing this event.

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JPL Director Charles Elachi Encourages You to Attend Planetfest 2012

Dr. Elachi shares his passion for the landing of Curiosity, the Mars Science Laboratory Rover, and encourages you to join thousands of fans who will witness the dramatic landing at Planetfest 2012 in Pasadena. Everything you need is at planetfest.org, including information about Landing Parties around the world, and our live webcast.

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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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