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A Glow in the Martian Night
Topic: Mars
01/27/05
Summary: Like Earth and Venus, the night side of Mars emits a subtle glow. In this interview with Astrobiology Magazine, Jean-Loup Bertaux, Principal Investigator for the Mars Express SPICAM instrument, explains what lights up the martian evening sky, and why our understanding of that process could aid future missions to Mars.

The Origins Umbrella
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
01/26/05
Summary: In Part One in the series on stellar and terrestrial evolution, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Director of the Hayden Planetarium and host of the PBS/NOVA Series "Origins", describes the origin and evolution of astrobiology and its public interpretations.

Does Titan Rain Methane?
Topic: Titan
01/25/05
Summary: As director of the Planetary Science Laboratory in the University of Michigan College of Engineering, Professor Sushil Atreya discusses the fate of carbon-based transformations on Titan. In this initial interview, Atreya describes why methane on Mars means different things to what might be happening on Titan.

Titanic Rainmaker
Topic: Titan
01/23/05
Summary: As part of the Cassini Imaging team studying the atmosphere on Saturn, NASA's Anthony Del Genio explained in this part of his interview, how to make sense of a moon potentially making methane rain.

Moonlander: Let it Rain
Topic: Titan
01/22/05
Summary: Since the remarkable landing of the Huygens probe on Saturn's moon, Titan, planetary scientists have wondered anew about future exploration in the Solar System. Anthony Del Genio, member of the Cassini Imaging team studying the atmosphere on Saturn, recently discussed the giant ringed world and its strange moons.

Titan: A Living World?
Topic: Titan
01/20/05
Summary: University of Hawaii astronomer Toby Owen spoke with Astrobiology Magazine shortly after the successful Huygens mission had completed. In this part of the interview, Owen talks about the possibility that there is life on Titan.

Methane World
Topic: Titan
01/19/05
Summary: University of Hawaii astronomer Toby Owen spoke with Astrobiology Magazine shortly after the successful Huygens mission had completed. In this part of the interview, Owen talks about the significance of methane in Titan's atmosphere.

Targeting Titan
Topic: Titan
01/18/05
Summary: University of Hawaii astronomer Toby Owen is one of the original planners of the Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn and its moon Titan. Owen talks about the history of the mission and the reasons scientists were interested in exploring Titan.

Did Fluid Once Flow on Titan?
Topic: Titan
01/14/05
Summary: With the latest Titan images showing channels and fluid-like branching, scientists have begun the debate anew whether fluid might have shaped the Earth-like moon. Imaging science team leader for Cassini, Carolyn Porco, describes the initial surprise and excitement of seeing Titan up close.

Titan: Looking Back to the Future
Topic: Titan
01/14/05
Summary: As the Huygens probe nears its mission endpoint, the concept of trying to land an instrument on the supercold Earth-like moon, Titan, seems enough to engender wonder. But looking back over its conception at least two decades ago, the probe's trajectory stands out as a gem of planetary exploration.
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