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Tonight and over the weekend, our solar system's largest planet will be in opposition to Earth—meaning it's as close and visible as it will be all year. NASA's Dr. Jennifer Wiseman told me how best to observe Jupiter and what astronomers are continuing to learn about it today. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ksfrnews/ds-nasa-drwiseman.mp3
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They elaborate on what’s in front of McKinley County as a resolution to “pause” uranium mining gets watered down by the County Commission. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ksfrnews/jantzboyd.mp3
MONDAY Apr. 10 - The battle for Mosul, Iraq. Correspondent Tony Cheng is just back from the front lines of the months-long allied campaign to expel the Islamic State, ISIS, from its most important city. American air power has been crucial in this fight, but has also been the cause of many civilian casualties. And Tony also explain why reporters covering today’s wars always try to keep their feet on pavement. TUESDAY Apr. 11 - There are decisions with ethical implications being made every day...