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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.
The First Student Astronauts Arrive
Follow the incredibly exciting and finally triumphant arrival on Mars of the Mars Exploration Rover as it happened at Wild About Mars, the Planetary Society's big weekend event at the Pasadena Convention Center.
Columbia's Aftermath: Butterfly on a Bullet
Doctor Steven Squyres talks about the challenges, human and robotic, facing the Mars Exploration Rover mission; Emily Lakdawalla is watching for shooting stars...on Mars, and Bruce Betts and Mat Kaplan attend the Planetary Society's holiday party.
Planetary Radio gets a Mars Exploration Rover status report from Deputy Project Scientist, Dr. Albert Haldemann; Emily Lakdawalla can tell how old a planet is from its surface.
Women in Space
A Wes Huntress Encore for the Beginning of Our Second Season
One year of Planetary Radio
The Planetary Society's Red Rover Goes To Mars Project with Emily Lakdawalla
Moon Rocks, Martian Meteorites and More at the NASA Astromaterials Lab
A South African Teen Joins the Student Astronauts
The Planetary Society Goes to Washington
China Joins the Spacefaring Nations Club
To The Moon With the Lunar Prospector
The Moon, Ion Engines, and Helium 3 ...What More Could You Want?
A Gala Evening With Galileo and His Daughter