Take a tour of the Solar System in class 1 of Dr. Bruce Betts' online Introductory Planetary Science and Astronomy course at California State University Dominguez Hills.
Bruce heads the California Science Center for this week's Random Space Fact about the International Space Station. And we get a visit from his other dimensional twin, Ecurb.
Bruce heads the California Science Center for this week's Random Space Fact about different passenger vehicles that went to space. Vrooom!
Bruce gets profound at the field test of the Planetary Deep Drill.
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The Bruce Awakens in this new Star Wars themed episode of Random Space Fact about studying dunes on worlds far, far away! (No spoilers)
Someday the Planetary Deep Drill could be spinning down into the surface of a distant, frozen world. Recently, Honeybee Robotics took their drill out to a Gypsum Mine near the Salton Sea for its first field test.
At the 35th Anniversary of the Planetary Society's special event called: More to Explore, Neil deGrasse Tyson gracefully accepted the Cosmos Award from Nichelle Nichols.
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