Date: November 29th, 2012
Title: Infinite Visions: What Planetary Scientists Would Like to See Happen Next
Podcaster: Mat Kaplan
Organization: The Planetary Society
Links: Planetary Society: http://planetary.org
Description: The Planetary Society visited the annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society’s Division for Planetary Sciences to ask scientists about their visions for space exploration. In this podcast, you’ll hear a series of passionate researchers share what each of them would love to see happen next in space.
Bio: Mat Kaplan hosts and produces Planetary Radio, the Planetary Society’s award-winning, weekly radio and podcast series. Heard on 150 public stations across North America and beyond, “PlanRad” is also aired by Sirius XM Satellite Radio on Sundays.
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