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Geekout: Life in the solar system and beyond

Episode #276, published Thu, Aug 6, 2020, recorded Tue, Jul 14, 2020.

This episode is carbon neutral.
We're back with another GeekOut episode. Richard Campbell, a developer and podcaster who also dives deep into science and tech topics, is back for our second GeekOut episode. Last time we geeked out about the real science and progress around a moon base. This time it's why is there life on Earth, where could it be or have been in the solar system, and beyond.

In case you didn't catch the first GeekOut, episode 253, this one is more of a general science and tech episode. I love digging into the deep internals of all the tools of the Python space, but given all that is going on in the world, I thought it'd be fun to take a step back and just enjoy some fun geekery and give you all something to just sit back and let your mind dream.

Links from the show

Richard on Twitter: @richcampbell
All Richard's GeekOut Episodes: geekout.show
Moonbase Geekout Episode: talkpython.fm/253
High Altitude Venus Operational Concept (HAVOC): sacd.larc.nasa.gov
New Horizons: solarsystem.nasa.gov
The Planets: Saturn - NOVA documentary (Cassini): pbs.org
Mission to Jupiter - Galileo: jpl.nasa.gov

Richard Campbell
Richard Campbell
Podcasting at dotnetrocks.com and runasradio.com and building software for disaster relief at htbox.org.
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