Our Celestial Bodies, Ourselves
Planets get all the press. But what can an asteroid tell us about the history of our solar system?
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In our first episode, we ask: What can a distant asteroid teach us about the history of our solar system?
Cady and Andrew talk with Lindy Elkins-Tanton, the leader of NASA’s mission to the asteroid 16 Psyche.
Planets get all the good press; asteroids often seem anonymous. But 16 Psyche is a unique metal world that may hold secrets to the history of our own planet. Also, Sounds of Space.
More on NASA’s Psyche mission.