Katie Drummond
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Katie is the editor-in-chief of Gizmodo.

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8/9/16
2:09 PM
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I used to do this when I was training for a triathlon. I found it good but not very fun.

7/4/16
3:09 PM
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Was there anything you and your colleagues were dying to include in the mission, but had to omit for some reason (budget, existing technology, practicality)? If so what was it?

7/4/16
3:03 PM
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Now, I know that there weren’t any humans aboard the Juno mission...but theoretically, what would happen to the human body if a person had hitched a ride? How long would we last on the way to Jupiter? :)

7/4/16
2:50 PM
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Glenn thanks so much for being here! This might be a dumb question, but at least it’s probably an easy one for you to answer—why was the mission named Juno? Who at NASA gets to decide these things?

4/26/16
5:41 PM
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CJ will be writing whatever kind of goodbye post she wants to — no policy.

4/7/16
1:56 PM
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Ashley is correct she is actually the EIC of every Gawker Media property.