June 6th: Planetary Society talk about Working on the Moon from Washington


Podcaster: Emily Lakdawalla & Sarah Noble

Title: Planetary Society talk about Working on the Moon from Washington

Organization: Planetary Society

Link : http://planetary.org

the video has been aired on January 31st, 2013 at Google hangout: http://youtu.be/6GDW5Ac1ncw

Description:  A discussion with Sarah Noble about squiggly lines on the Moon, about working at NASA HQ, and the lunar mission launching later this year, LADEE, for which Sarah has recently been named Program Scientist. (Congrats, Sarah!)

As always, this is a public service of the Planetary Society and we depend on member support and donations. Find us at http://planetary.org

Bio: Sarah Noble is a lunar geologist and a civil servant working in the Research & Analysis program at NASA Headquarters

Emily Lakdawalla, senior editor and blogger in Planetary Society

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