It was a big year on Earth, but enough of that — let’s talk about space!
NPR science correspondent Geoff Brumfiel talks to Here & Now’s Lisa Mullins about new spacecrafts, new missions, and space triumphs and failures of 2014.
- ESA: “Rosetta Fuels Debate On Origin Of Earth’s Oceans“
- NPR: “European Scientists Conclude That Distant Comet Smells Terrible“
- NPR: “India Zooms To Mars Much More Cheaply, But With Trade-Offs“
- Spaceflight Now: “Chinese Probe Returns From Flight Around The Moon“
- NPR: “One Dead After Commercial Spaceship Crashes During Test Flight“
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