Bill Dunford is just another desktop astronaut, following the adventures of robotic spacecraft all across the Solar System. He blogs about his experiences at Riding with Robots on the High Frontier.
• January 06, 2014
Remembering the Moon's first extreme close-up.
• December 09, 2013
Two grand canyons fill with fog, one on Earth and one on Mars.
• December 02, 2013
Pay a visit to the Chang'e 3 lunar landing site.
• November 20, 2013
The polar plains, charted in unprecedented detail.
• November 11, 2013
In the face of disaster, the search for answers and ways to help continues, on the ground and in space.
• October 21, 2013
A closer look at the odd lunar feature called "Ina."
• October 14, 2013
An instrument on MRO can see minerals. What it finds can be pretty interesting.
• October 07, 2013
Twelve years on, Mars Odyssey just keeps sending great images.
• September 25, 2013
The final moments of a lunar orbiter, as told in a song composed by the moon itself.
• September 16, 2013
Take a spin around the Red Planet with the trusty orbiter.
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