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What it takes to live on Mars

5 Aug 2013, 19:37 UTC
What it takes to live on Mars
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This is the August 2013 broadcast of Red Planet Radio, which includes three interviews -  a co-interview with Dr. Jim Rice, a leading NASA planetary scientist and astrogeologist who has participated in geology work on every part of the globe. Jim has been part of the selection process for landing sites for the Mars Rover programs, including the 10 year record setting Rover, Opportunity. Our second interview is with  Joe Palalia,  the Crew Commander for the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station, 2013 Field Season Director for the Mars Arctic 365 Mission. And our third interview includes updates for the upcoming school year, where Nicole Willett discusses the various efforts put forth by the Mars society education task force.This is the August 2013 broadcast of Red Planet Radio, which includes three interviews -  a co-interview with Dr. Jim Rice, a leading NASA planetary scientist and astrogeologist who has participated in geology work on every part of the globe. Jim has been part of the selection process for landing sites for the Mars Rover programs, including the 10 year record setting Rover, Opportunity. Our second interview is with  Joe Palalia,  the Crew Commander for the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station, 2013 Field Season Director for the Mars Arctic 365 Mission. And our third interview includes updates for the upcoming school year, where Nicole Willett discusses the various efforts put forth by the Mars society education task force

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