Cassini, Galileo, and Jupiter

Guests: Carolyn Porco Professor, Astronomy Team Leader, Cassini Imaging Team, Cassini Mission, CICLOPS/ Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Margaret Kivelson Professor, Space Physics Principle Investigator, Magnetometer Investigations, Galileo Mission, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California David Levy Astronomer Author, Eclipse: Voyage to Darkness and Light, (ibooks,inc., 2000) Science Editor, Parade Magazine Co-discoverer, Shoemaker-Levy comet, Tucson, Arizona The Cassini and Galileo missions are phoning home with new information about our solar system's biggest planet—Jupiter—and its moons. In this hour, we'll take a look at the news from Jupiter, including new evidence for oceans on Ganymede, Europa, and Calisto. Plus, a conversation with astronomer David Levy.

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