Media with LPL Affiliations

Arizona Science Podcast

Arizona Science explores the latest research and technological innovations taking place in Southern Arizona and at the University of Arizona.

DSLAURETTA: Life on the Asteroid Frontier

Professor Dante Lauretta’s forum to share experiences related to planetary exploration including the science, engineering, managerial, and political issues surrounding this topic.

HiRISE Media

HiRISE Social Media Map

The BeautifulMars Podcast

The BeautifulMars Project is looking for people to help us promote the idea that knowledge about Mars belongs to everyone. If you are fluent or even semi-fluent in any of the languages listed below, or want to volunteer to add a new one, contact us to help make outreach history. 

The BeautifulMars Tumblr

Images and posts from HiRISE, the high resolution camera onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO, NASA).

LPL Related Media

Lectures by LPL Scientists

LPL Evening Lecture Series. Each fall semester, the LPL Evening Lecture Series presents LPL scientists discussing their latest scientific research and space mission projects.

LPL Related Video

LPL Science

Summer Science Saturday LecturesSummer Science Saturday is the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory’s (LPL) free, annual open house.


View informational videos about the OSIRIS-REx mission.

Space Drafts Videos

Space Drafts is Tucson’s flavor of Astronomy on Tap. Talks are held one Wednesday of every month at one of Tucson’s finest microbreweries, The Borderlands Brewing Company. Space Drafts is free and open to all ages (of humans and dogs alike).

The Transient Sky

Carl Hergenrother, bringing you cool stuff about Comets, Asteroids, and Meteors.

Travelers In The Night

Unique source of insider information from the Asteroid Hunting and Space Communities, featuring an engaging and informative series of two minute audio programs about asteroids, comets, spacecraft and other objects in space. The pieces are "evergreen" in that they are current but not dated. Written and produced by an observing member of the Catalina Sky Survey Team at the University of Arizona, which has discovered nearly half of the Earth approaching objects known to exist.

UA Science Lectures

Listen to the presentations from the UA Science lectures.