Posted at 10:09 AM on February 5, 2010
by Sanden Totten
With President Obama's recent announcement that the US won't be going to the moon again on his watch, the door is wide open for groups like OpenLuna to pick up where Apollo 13 left off. To see how prepared they are to do it, In The Loop's Sanden Totten called up project manager Paul Graham. Graham says with OpenLuna he hopes to put the adventure back in science.
Posted at 3:00 PM on February 5, 2010
by Jeff Horwich
Another scintillating episode:
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* Compulsive Obama letter-writer Brett Ortler crosses paths with the White House intern who got to review his work.
* Forget Toyota -- How are our own Big 3 doing? We ask Dave Cole of the Center for Automotive Research.
* Our space NewsNicher laments the (possible) end of the moon program, but Sanden explains how she might be able to go anyway.
* The 2011 Federal Budget Proposal...in song. (video)