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Episode 412: The Power of Pluto

28 Jul 2012, 06:13 UTC
Episode 412: The Power of Pluto
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On this episode, we begin by taking a listener letter from Rich Way discussing the blueprints for the Saturn V rocket and it's components and whether the tale he tells us is fact or fiction. We then hand it over to Mark with an update from Associate Program Scientist for the International Space Station, Dr. Tara Ruttley. We hear about the SpaceX docking, student science experiments, what's arriving on the next supply ship, and how station science is helping us back on the planet.
Thanks again to Rich for sending in your comment. You can send us your questions or comments that you'd like to hear discussed on air as a text email or a .mp3 by sending it tomailbag@talkingspaceonline.com
For more on ISS research, visit http://www.nasa.gov/iss-science
For more on CASIS (Center for the Advancent of Science in Space), visit http://www.iss-casis.org/
Host this week: Sawyer Rosenstein. Panel Members: Gene Mikulka and Mark Ratterman with special guest Dr. Tara Ruttley
Show Recorded - 7/9/201

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