Posted by Charlene Anderson on 2009/12/13 02:41 CST
Copenhagen Needs More Space, Part 2 The Orbiting Carbon Observatory Must Fly Again
Posted by Charlene Anderson on 2009/12/10 04:53 CST
Copenhagen Needs More Space - Space Science Has Critical Role to Play in Climate Science
Posted by Charlene Anderson on 2009/08/12 07:30 CDT
Are we doing enough to detect and track asteroids?
Posted by Charlene Anderson on 2009/07/21 05:28 CDT
Orbiting Carbon Observatory Mishap Report Released
Posted by Charlene Anderson on 2009/06/17 12:29 CDT
Space Politics Alert: U.S. Human Space Flight Plans Committee
Posted by Charlene Anderson on 2009/06/03 01:19 CDT
Star Trek designer Mike Okuda will be honored by NASA
Planetary Society members truly have helped pioneer new techniques in the conduct of science. Our initial investment has returned amazing results that will continue to deliver benefits over years to come.
Posted by Charlene Anderson on 2002/08/01 12:00 CDT
Home. Family. This will be Voyager's enduring legacy: It has changed forever the feelings raised by those words. Through its robotic eyes we have learned to see the solar system as our home. Through its portraits of the planets we know that they are part of our family. Apollo astronauts showed us a tiny Earth alone in the blackness of space. Now, with these images, Voyager has shown us that Earth is not really alone. Around our parent Sun orbit sibling worlds, companions as we travel through the Galaxy.
Posted by Charlene Anderson on 2001/01/01 12:05 CST
From the Editor: Mars has definitely been the planet in the news these past two months, and two events have triggered larger-than-normal reverberations in the Society. First, on November 22, Gerald Soffen died. Then, on December 4, while we were wrapping up this issue, Mike Malin and Ken Edgett announced their latest news-making discovery -- this time of sedimentary layers on the Martian surface.
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