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A Traveler's Guide To Mars
Topic: Mars
12/22/03
Summary: Arizona planetary scientist, Dr. Bill Hartmann, offers a visual grand tour of Mars, in anticipation of the trio of landers scheduled in the next few weeks.

Two Worlds, One Sun
Topic: Mars
12/17/03
Summary: Both of next month's Mars Exploration Rovers will debut a new concept in telling interplanetary time. On board will be panoramic cameras and color calibration targets so the pictures beamed back to Earth will give a realistic view of what the landscape offers.

Hooked by Flying: The Wrights
Topic: Missions
12/16/03
Summary: On the much celebrated centennial of powered flight, consider the contributions of those two brothers who went rapidly from bicyclists to flyers.

Night Lights: Interview with Woody Sullivan
Topic: Mars
12/10/03
Summary: University of Washington Professor, Dr. Woody Sullivan, talks about designing the first interplanetary sundials that will serve as camera calibration targets on the forthcoming Mars' rovers. Not only will they shadow time, but also keep all the colors correct.

The Big Crunch: Interview with Dan Werthimer
Topic: Alien Life
12/08/03
Summary: Searching for intelligent life elsewhere has challenged this generation of scientists in a way previously inconceivable, requiring the processing power of the world's largest supercomputer. This priceless and vast scientific network is closer than one might naively imagine.

Higher Concepts and Advanced Aliens
Topic: Alien Life
12/04/03
Summary: Planetary scientist Dr. David Grinspoon discusses his new book, 'Lonely Planets: The Natural Philosophy of Alien Life,' in this multi-part interview. The topics range from which planets are best candidates for harboring life.

Carl Sagan: The Lonely Pale Blue Dots?
Topic: Alien Life
12/03/03
Summary: Planetary scientist Dr. David Grinspoon discusses his new book, 'Lonely Planets: The Natural Philosophy of Alien Life,' in this multi-part interview. The topics range from which planets are best candidates for harboring life.

Hot World, from Resurrected Proteins
Topic: Extreme Life
12/02/03
Summary: University of Florida scientists have demonstrated a technique to perform a kind of biochemical archaeology. From the genetic sequences of ancient microbes, they have reconstructed the proteins that guided a past life when the Earth apparently may have been hotter than today.

Predicting Primordial Weather
Topic: Geology
12/02/03
Summary: For life to begin from simple organic molecules, some preconditions for biochemistry are needed. Looking at some of the oldest rocks on our planet have posed a challenge that one has to dig deep to understand what the early Earth might have been like.

The Search for Life
Topic: Alien Life
12/02/03
Summary: Planetary scientist Dr. David Grinspoon discusses his new book, 'Lonely Planets: The Natural Philosophy of Alien Life,' in this multi-part interview. The topics range from which planets are best candidates for harboring life.
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