September 23rd

In today’s Escape Pod, Neptune, Nintendo, and Klingon brother against Klingon brother. (3:51)

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September 11th

In today’s Escape Pod, robot footpads on the moon, setting sail in Ark II, and a collision of captains. (10:06) This episode last updated in 2020.

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Producer’s personal note: I’m fully aware that today’s date is forever associated with events not mentioned in today’s podcast. Since theLogBook.com’s Escape Pod focuses on the history of science and science fiction, the editorial decision was made to allow today’s episode to be an escape from those events, rather than a reminder. Comments are, as always, welcome.

February 5th

In today’s Escape Pod, returning to the moon, looking into Venus’ clouds, and emulating the arcade. (8:58)

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January 10th

In today’s Escape Pod, one last Surveyor on the moon, one big party at Salyut, and one last battlefield on the Enterprise. (6:50)

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January 7th

In today’s Escape Pod, Galileo discovers the moons of Jupiter, and Jamie McCrimmon steps into the TARDIS. (5:14)

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