July 1, 2016 Zimmerman/Batchelor podcast

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Embedded below the fold. Lots of planetary science to start, followed by commercial space.


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  • LocalFluff

    I saw online an ESA person explain that Rosettas big solar panels are expected to break on touch down, and could anyway not gather enough sunlight on the rotating comet. It will return data during descent so they will want to go down to the most interesting region, not a to place optimal for solar light and Earth communication.

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