Venture into the hearts of worlds and uncover how we study planetary interiors this week on Planetary Radio. Sabine Stanley, professor of planetary physics at Johns Hopkins University and author of the new book “What’s Hidden Inside Planets?” discusses some of the amazing things that lie under the surfaces of the worlds in our Solar System. But first, Mat Kaplan, senior communications advisor at The Planetary Society, gives an update on the first Commercial Lunar Payload Services mission and the timeline for NASA’s Artemis program. We close out this show with Bruce Betts, our chief scientist, as he shares information on our new book, “Casting Shadows: Solar and Lunar Eclipses with The Planetary Society.”

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