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Bruce gets profound at the field test of the Planetary Deep Drill.
The Bruce Awakens in this new Star Wars themed episode of Random Space Fact about studying dunes on worlds far, far away! (No spoilers)
ESA's Rosetta Philae Lander was tiny compared to the comet it landed on.
Nichelle Nichols played Lt. Uhura, Star Trek's most famous communications officer, and now she's here to tell us about how NASA communicates with deep space missions like Voyager 1.
Pluto and Charon orbit each other much different than the Earth and Moon. Dr. Bruce Betts and Emily Lakdawalla have this special New Horizons themed Random Space Fact!
After 9 years, New Horizons is getting closer and closer to Pluto! Dr. Bruce Betts has a special RSF about the amazing speed of this spacecraft.
JAXA's Hayabusa spacecraft takes a sample of Dr. Bruce Betts' property in this week's Random Space Fact! (Roma Edition)
Meanwhile, back in Rome...Twins are the subject of temples and constellations far off in the distance. Dr. Bruce Betts has this week's Random Space Fact!
This very special episode of RSF is here just in time for the LightSail test flight on May 20th. Dr. Bruce Betts and his new friend tell you about the power of light and solar sailing!
Planet George? Dr. Bruce Betts has this week's Random Space Fact!
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