Jul 1st: Fun on the Moon

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Podcaster: Host: Dr. Pamela Gay Guest: Takeshi Hakamada, John Walker

GLXP-700x700Title: GLXP Team Hangouts 013: Fun on the Moon

Organization: Cosmoquest ; Google Lunar ZPrize ; Team Independence-X

Link : http://cosmoguest.org ; http://lunar.xprize.org/http://lunar.xprize.org/teams/hakuto
This episode has been streamed live on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSLPUuKKaTE

Description: Japanese robots—on the Moon! Newspace company Hakuto has big plans for space, including exploration of Moon caves, and here they talk about their big news lately; the future of exploring (miniaturization of technology & the power of collaboration); and more, as Dr. Pamela L. Gay brings out the story of our future in this live-streamed Google+ Hangout on the Google Lunar XPRIZE!

Overview: A global team of scientists and engineers are all working toward constructing missions to land on, travel across, and send video back from the Moon. With this new Google Hangout on Air series, we will introduce you to the men and women behind each of these planned missions and bring you all the latest developments from the +Google Lunar XPRIZE.

Bio:  Dr. Pamela Gay is a professor at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and Project Director of Cosmoquest
Takeshi Hakamada, the Hakuto team leader
John Walker, rover engineer

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