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How's the Weather on Mars?
Hunting for Extrasolar Planets
A Teenager in Space?
SETI@Home Turns Five!
Steve Squyres and Phil Christensen discuss Opportunity's latest goal, Endeavour Crater; Emily Lakdawalla knows how to find a spacecraft sailing out beyond Pluto, and Bruce Betts has a lock on a couple of comets.
Charley Kohlhase: Engineer, Artist, Cassini Mission Designer
Ray Bradbury Returns!
This week we hear about the strategically located magnets on the Mars Exploration Rovers and how are telling us more about the red planet.
With lots to celebrate, The Planetary Society threw a party for the scientists and engineers who have made Spirit and Opportunity such amazing successes, and you're invited!
We visit Harvard biologist Andrew Knoll for a conversation about finding life on the red planet. Emily Lakdawalla is seeing red on another of Earth's neighbors, and Bruce Betts spins a tale of Death Stars, cockroaches and trivia contests on What's Up!
A Salty Sea on Mars
Far Out Sedna
Defending Earth From Asteroids
Confirmed: Water Was on Mars!
Planetary Radio talks with the developer of the Pancam on the Mars Exploration Rovers, Jim Bell. We also feature the last pair of Student Astronauts, and another visit with Astrobots Biff Starling and Sandy Moondust.
RATs, Astrobots, and a Six Iron on the Moon!
Stardust Status Report
After a long hiatus, Biff Starling and Sandy Moondust return to the air. You'll also hear from Mars Exploration Rover Entry, Descent and Landing Chief Engineer Wayne Lee, and from two more of the Student Astronauts.
Opportunity is on a roll and Spirit is almost back to full health as we visit with the young Flight Director for the mission. We also hear from two more of the Student Astronauts.