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<p><font size=Leaders of the just-ended Spitzer Space Telescope mission help us celebrate sixteen years of discoveries about our solar system, exoplanets and galaxies nearly as old as the universe itself. The Spitzer Space Telescope, one of NASAs four great space observatories, was decommissioned on January 30. Mat Kaplan celebrates its discoveries and legacy with three leaders of the mission. Mars has a supporting role in the new Star Trek: Picard streaming series. Planetary Society Solar System Specialist Emily Lakdawalla says the Red Planet never looked better! And youll have a chance to win a great new book about the Spitzer Space Telescope in this weeks Whats Up space trivia contest. Hear and learn more and enter the contest at https://www.planetary.org/multimedia/planetary-radio/show/2020/0205-2020-spitzer-legacy-carey-hunt-werner.html

Featured Speakers: Leaders of the Spitzer Space Telescope project, Solar System Specialist Emily Lakdawalla, Chief Scientist Bruce Betts, Host Mat Kaplan


This show was broadcast on February 11, 2020.

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