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Prior to the New Horizon's flyby, NASA's flying observatory, SOFIA, traveled all the way to New Zealand to observe Pluto's occultation.
Go to new heights in this week's Random Space Fact.
This desert episode of RSF will quench your thirst for Random Space Facts. Mars Madness!
In honor of MARS MADNESS, Bruce shows us some of the evidence that led scientists to understand that Ancient Mars had running water.
Hold on to your hats! This week's RSF is all about high wind speeds.
MARS MADNESS!! Bruce is back at the California Science Center for this week's RSF about the Viking 1 Lander and the first clear image of the surface of Mars.
Bruce heads the California Science Center for this week's Random Space Fact about the Apollo-Soyuz Project.
Bruce heads the California Science Center for this week's Random Space Fact about the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
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!
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