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Moon shadow, moon shadow

Emily Lakdawalla • April 13, 2009

Moon shadow, moon shadow

Update on the Mars dust event

Emily Lakdawalla • April 09, 2009

Update on the Mars dust event

Kepler's removed the lens cap

Emily Lakdawalla • April 08, 2009

Kepler's removed the lens cap

LPSC: Friday afternoon on Martian basins and planning for future lunar missions

Emily Lakdawalla • April 07, 2009

LPSC: Friday afternoon on Martian basins and planning for future lunar missions

Spirit's got a clear path to Von Braun

Emily Lakdawalla • April 06, 2009

Spirit's got a clear path to Von Braun

Dawn Journal: Safe Without Safe Mode

Marc Rayman • April 06, 2009

Perhaps what is most noteworthy and satisfying since the last log is not what Dawn did, but rather what it did not do.

Sorry for the quiet last week -- time to catch up

Emily Lakdawalla • April 06, 2009

Sorry for the quiet last week -- time to catch up

Space Carnival & new Chandrayaan-1 Earth photo

Emily Lakdawalla • April 02, 2009

Space Carnival & new Chandrayaan-1 Earth photo

Planetary Society Members "Dream Big Dreams"

Susan Lendroth • April 01, 2009

Planetary Society Members "Dream Big Dreams"

Solar Sail Update: New Opportunities

Bruce Betts • April 01, 2009

At the beginning of this decade, we designed a mission to accomplish this goal. We launched Cosmos 1 in June 2005, but the Volna rocket that was to place the spacecraft in orbit failed, and we were never able to test our solar sail in flight. These days, The Planetary Society is working with colleagues at NASA and at the Russian Space Research Institute to put together a new solar sail mission.

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