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From Rosetta to 'Interstellar': Set a course via the CraveCast

It's been a big month for space travel, both in fact and fiction. On today's CraveCast, the crew looks at the first successful landing on a comet, as well as the space epic "Interstellar." Join us at noon PT.

Bring on the future. Warner Bros/Legendary/Paramount

The Rosetta spacecraft traveled 10 years to successfully drop a probe on the surface of a speeding comet, a journey that's almost as long as Christopher Nolan's latest space travel flick, " Interstellar."

But seriously, folks... with so much space stuff going on in the world right now, the crew of the Starship CraveCast can't resist doing our second space show ( watch the first one here). Join Kelsey Adams, Stephen Beacham, Bonnie Burton, Jeff Sparkman and me live at noon Pacific time today, Wednesday November 18, as we discuss the Rosetta mission, separate and witness what Princess Leia has to put up with on the streets of New York.

Bookmark this page to watch the show starting at noon PT via the video embedded below. You can also chat live with us via our YouTube channel or Livestream page or on Twitter @crave and @EricCMack.


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