May 30th: What’s going on with Planetary Science Cuts?

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Podcaster: Casey Dreier & Emily Lakdawalla

Title: Planetary Society talk about  What’s going on with Planetary Science cuts?

Organization: Planetary Society

Link : http://planetary.org

the video has been aired on Google hangout:  http://youtu.be/rbg4sfULGFA

Description: Planetary Society Advocacy Coordinator Casey Dreier discusses the background and latest funding problems facing Planetary Science at NASA. Emily Lakdawalla joins him to talk about her visit to Washington, D.C. to talk about planetary missions.

Learn what the Planetary Society is doing to Save Our Science at NASA and promote planetary exploration. We talk about the background of planetary exploration and why funding for this great program is being taken away.

Bio: Casey Dreier is an advocacy and outreach in Planetary Society;

Emily Lakdawalla, senior editor and blogger in Planetary Society

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