A.J.S. Rayl • June 30, 2007
The Mars Exploration Rovers (MERs) spent the month of June finishing work and clearing their agendas at their respective locales at Gusev Crater and Meridiani Planum in preparation for highly anticipated new assignments in July.
Emily Lakdawalla • June 29, 2007
Cassini views of Tethys and Mimas
Emily Lakdawalla • June 28, 2007
According to the mission website, the New Horizons spacecraft has drifted off to sleep, entering its "hibernation" mode for the first time.
Welcome to the ninth carnival of space!
Emily Lakdawalla • June 26, 2007
Dawn: Probably? launching July 7
Marc Rayman • June 26, 2007
Now only two weeks away from its planned launch, Dawn is eagerly awaiting the beginning of its cosmic adventure.
They're not just snapshots, they're data
Emily Lakdawalla • June 25, 2007
New Planetary Report, response to Griffin global warming comments, and other stuff
Emily Lakdawalla • June 21, 2007
Tantalizing views of the worlds to be visited by Dawn
Check out the eighth Carnival of Space
Emily Lakdawalla • June 20, 2007
Fine-tuning Cassini's orbit
Yesterday I deposited the baby with her grandmother and went to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory for a press junket to the opening of their new Mars Yard.
Emily Lakdawalla • June 19, 2007
There was great news last night from Mars Exploration Rover mission operations: Spirit seems to have enjoyed another "cleaning event."
Emily Lakdawalla • June 18, 2007
Cassini catches Rhea, and more, against Saturn
Louis D. Friedman • June 15, 2007
Professional Pilot Magazine asked me to contribute a prediction about the future of flight for the next century. Naturally, I wrote about solar sailing.
Emily Lakdawalla • June 15, 2007
MESSENGER returned 614 images from Venus
Nightmare averted on Dawn
Emily Lakdawalla • June 14, 2007
Dione and Tethys: New members in the club of active bodies?
Emily Lakdawalla • June 13, 2007
Funny little Atlas
In memoriam: Don "Mr. Wizard" Herbert, 1917-2007
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LightSail 2 will launch aboard the SpaceX Falcon Heavy. Be part of this epic point in space exploration history!