See Emily’s Snapshots

Emily Lakdawalla produces a series of videos called Snapshots from Space.  These are videos mostly about space photographs.  We mentioned one the other day.

“An occasional video series featuring Emily Lakdawalla, talking to you about the worlds in our solar system and how we photograph them.” ~Snapshots From Space

Turns out, there are a bunch just waiting to be watched!

From explaining the seasons on Mars to sorting out Saturn’s rings, it seems there is already plenty of variety in the six videos on the Snapshots from Space page of The Planetary Society website as of this publication.

This might be a weekly show.  The most recent appears at the top.

They began fairly short and are get longer over time.  Fortunately, the content is fascinating and Emily is an engaging story teller.

Emily is ‘Senior Editor’ of The Planetary Society.  I think that doesn’t even begin to explain what she does for them.

Do yourself a favor, pop over and see Snapshots from Space for yourself. You’ll be glad you did!

*Need access to the internet
*Anyone could enjoy the info
*No cost to watch


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