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An Astronomy Update
Twenty-thirteen has been dubbed the “Year of the Comet”, with three major visitors expected to give us a show. Also, there's new findings on Mars and on Jupiter’s moon Europa that are leading scientists one step closer to the possibilities of life elsewhere in our solar system. And a private venture hopes to send a husband and wife team to the Red Planet by twenty-eighteen. We'll look at the top stories from space.
- Mal Cameron - Former coordinator of the NASA Educator Resource Center at the McAuliffe-Sheppard 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.