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Ray Bradbury Looks Back at Apollo 11

19 Jul 2009, 00:00 UTC
Ray Bradbury Looks Back at Apollo 11
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Ray Bradbury Looks Back at Apollo 11 by Mat Kaplan Links: http://planetary.org/radio http://raybradbury.com Description: A very recent conversation with the beloved author, poet, dramatist and visionary, Ray Bradbury. In these excerpts, Mat asks Ray to look back forty years to the Apollo 11 landing on the moon. Ray expressed his exhilaration and hopes to Walter Cronkite and walked out on talk show host David Frost! The Los Angeles-based writer shares other memories and looks to our future on Mars and beyond. Bio: Mat Kaplan hosts and produces Planetary Radio, the weekly public radio and podcast series from the Planetary Society. Planetary Radio is heard on 150 stations across North American and beyond, as well as on Sirius XM satellite radio. The podcast can be found in the iTunes Store. Founded by Lou Friedman, Bruce Murray and Carl Sagan, the Planetary Society inspires and involves the world's public in space exploration through advocacy, projects, and education. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- SPONSOR: Clockwork

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