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Simulating Mars in the Middle East

Jason Davis • February 15, 2018

The Austrian Space Forum is leading a four-week Mars mission in Oman's Dhofar Desert.

Maintaining the health of an aging Mars orbiter

Emily Lakdawalla • February 14, 2018 • 1

NASA has announced changes to how engineers are operating Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in order to prolong its life as long as possible, long enough to support the Mars 2020 rover mission.

Here are some takeaways from today's NASA budget proposal

Jason Davis • February 12, 2018 • 3

The White House's budget proposes $19.9 billion for NASA.

How the Falcon Heavy could revolutionize exploration of the ocean worlds

Casey Dreier • February 08, 2018 • 8

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy is not just for big payloads, it can also throw light things into space very fast. And that has significant implications for the exploration of distant destinations in our outer solar system—particularly the ocean moons of the giant planets.

Speak your science: How to give a better conference talk

Emily Lakdawalla • February 06, 2018 • 1

Bad presentation often gets in the way of good science. Emily Lakdawalla offers her advice on how to present your scientific work effectively.

Falcon Heavy launches successfully!

Jason Davis • February 06, 2018 • 8

SpaceX is now the proud owner of the world's most powerful operational rocket.

Reporter's notebook: 'Twas the night before Falcon Heavy

Jason Davis • February 05, 2018

We're now less than a day away from SpaceX's Falcon Heavy test flight! Here's a recap of today's news.

Announcing the Planetary Science Congressional Caucus

Casey Dreier • February 05, 2018 • 1

I'm excited to share with you a major step forward for the support of space exploration in the U.S. Congress: the formation of a new caucus devoted to planetary science and exploration.

Let's talk about Elon Musk launching his Tesla into space

Jason Davis • February 05, 2018 • 26

Hop in, it'll be eternity 'till we make it to M83.

Before the State of the Union, a chance to talk science

Bill Nye • February 01, 2018

Before the State of the Union address, Bill Nye and Planetary Society staff met with sixteen sitting members of Congress. At each meeting they had the opportunity to talk about the importance of space exploration and scientific research.

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