Former NASA Astronaut, Dr. Ed Lu on Protecting Earth From Asteroids
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We got there early, and good seats enabled us to see the videos very well. He is a good speaker, and the conversation between Lu and Brian Hackney were smooth and intelligent. I am not sure I would donate to his cause before things I feel more passionate about, it was an entertaining and enlightening talk.
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