|Science Friday: Running T. Rex / Jupiter|
This forty-seven minute radio broadcast discusses data about Jupiter and its magnetic environment, which was collected by the two fly-by Galileo and Cassini missions as well as the Hubble and Chandra observatories. There is also a discussion with a specialist in neuromuscular biomechanics about whether T. rex had enough muscle mass to be able to run as rapidly as 45 miles per hour, or whether a more reasonable speed for T. rex would have been only 10 miles per hour.
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DLESE Catalog ID: DLESE-000-000-006-527
This resource is referenced by 'Science Friday with Ira Flatow'
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