By ANDY FLEMING
Alan Stern's Golden Spike Sets Sights on the Moon
Alan Stern is back to tell us about Golden Spike, his new company that plans to put human clients on the surface of the moon by the end of this decade.
Emily Lakdawalla explains why asteroids don’t look at scary as science fiction told us they would. Sequestration of federal budgets has begun. Bill Nye is worried about what this may mean for NASA. Bruce Betts and Mat Kaplan go panning for astronomical gold as they offer a new space trivia contest. You may win Bill Nye’s voice on your answering machine!
Alan Stern, New Horizons Principal Investigator, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory