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The Sound of Ideas

Next Stop: The Moon

Posted Thursday, January 4, 2007

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The next giant leap for mankind may originate from Brookpark Road. NASA Glenn engineers are hard at work on lunar exploration vehicles and more. Putting robots on the moon, for example. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll talk with two of NASA's top researchers to learn what's in the works and how Northeast Ohio scientists continue to pioneer the final frontier. Join the conversation Thursday morning at nine on 90.3.



Harry Cikanek, Associate Director of Exploration Systems, NASA Glenn Research Center; Tony Strazisar, Chief Scientist, NASA Glenn

Additional Information

NASA Glenn Research Center
NASA Glenn's Space Shuttle Research and Design
What has NASA done for you lately?
BBC News: Nasa plans return to Moon by 2020
NASA: How We'll Get Back to the Moon
NASA: Robots Battle in the Buckeye State

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