Science in Hollywood
By CAROLYN PORCO, AAI, THE RICHARD DAWKINS FOUNDATION
Added: Thu, 12 Nov 2009 00:00:00 UTC
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Carolyn Porco examines how science and scientists are portrayed in the film industry. She also explains how she interprets some of the stunning imagery taken by the Cassini mission to Saturn and the outer planets, which she oversees. Watch more videos from AAI 2009.
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