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Special Event: Planetary Radio Live in London
Celebrating The Moons Symphony at the Intersection of Art and Science
Mon, May 23, 2022
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM BST
Clore Lecture Theater, Imperial College London
180 Queen's Gate
This free public event is hosted in collaboration with Imperial College London. We’ll hear recorded excerpts from The Moons Symphony, featuring movements inspired by the diverse and fascinating moons of our solar system, along with a discussion with some very special guests.
Suit up for an up-close encounter with the Psyche spacecraft that will soon launch toward the asteroid belt.
Britain’s Astronomer Royal Martin Rees and science writer Don Goldsmith question the value of putting astronauts in harm’s way at great expense in their new book.
Thousands celebrated the 61st anniversary of the first human voyage into space. We’ll take you to the Los Angeles party under the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
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