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Mon March 12, 2012
An Astronomy Update
Huge Solar flares and 'coronal mass ejections" have the potential for major disruptions. New extra-solar planets seem to be found every week. A new rover on Mars called 'Curiosity' seems to be peaking ours, while the New Horizon's spacecraft is heading to Pluto. We'll get the latest news that's going on from the skies with the Exchange's Space Guys.
- Mal Cameron, coordinator of the NASA Educator Resource Center at the McAuliffe-Shephard Discovery Center and an educator at the Center.
- John Gianforte, co-founder of the Astronomical Society of Northern New England and an astronomy instructor for Granite State College and UNH. His website is theskyguy.org.