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Another Interesting NASA Event You Can't Listen To

By Keith Cowing
January 29, 2015
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Another Interesting NASA Event You Can't Listen To

Keith’s note: NASA JPL PAO issued this media advisory yesterday giving 4 days advanced notice of a media event covering NASA missions to Europa, Ceres, Pluto, and Saturn. But if you want to know what NASA is saying about these missions you have to physically be there. No NASA TV, no NASA news audio, no dial-in – nothing. So if you can’t afford to buy plane tickets at the last minute, your media outlet is out of luck. So are your classrooms. In other words this is a southern California-only update. I asked JPL PAO about this. Their response: “The event is for media who can attend at JPL in person.” Oddly, JPL is the first to brag about how they can communicate with – and even reprogram spacecraft millions – billions – of miles away. But a simple audio or video recording …

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