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Jason Davis

Media producer

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Jason Davis is a media producer for The Planetary Society. He has a master's degree in journalism from the University of Arizona.

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Latest Planetary Radio Appearance

Planetary Radio Live: The LightSail Countdown Begins!

07/15/2014 | 28:50
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LightSail, the Planetary Society’s innovative solar sail cubesat, will ride into space on the huge SpaceX Falcon Heavy, now in development. Bill Nye and others join us for a live celebration of this announcement.

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Latest Blog Posts

Landsat 8 Looks at the Supermoon

Posted 2014/07/29 04:00 CDT | 0 comment

Why did Landsat 8, an Earth-observing spacecraft, turn its unblinking eyes toward the July 12 supermoon?

LightSail-A Has a Blown Radio Amplifier. Now What?

Posted 2014/07/23 03:02 CDT | 1 comment

LightSail-A's blown radio amplifier doesn't affect the 2016 SpaceX Falcon Heavy mission, but it adds an unwelcome obstacle to the 2015 test mission's ever-shortening timetable.

45 Years after Apollo 11, NASA Prepares for Another Big Splashdown

Posted 2014/07/17 04:02 CDT | 2 comments

A new version of Apollo 11's splashdown will play out when the first astronauts aboard NASA’s Orion spacecraft return to Earth.

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Latest Processed Space Images

Falcon 9 loses an engine

Falcon 9 loses an engine

Posted 2012/10/08 | 0 comments

In this animation from SpaceX's CRS-1 flight, the top-right engine (number one) is engulfed in an orange flash, just before several pieces of debris fall from the Falcon 9.

Daphnis cruises through the Keeler Gap

Daphnis cruises through the Keeler Gap

Posted 2012/08/16 | 0 comments

Saturn's moon Daphnis cruises through the Keeler Gap in this series of images taken by the Cassini spacecraft. The moon's gravity tugs on the surrounding ring material, creating ripples.

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