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Colors in Planetary Imaging

Posted by Travis Rector on 2015/12/08 08:26 CST | 5 comments

When looking at an image of, say, a galaxy, have you ever wondered to yourself, “Is this real?” Trevor Rector explains how astronomical images are processed.

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Jupiter's Great Red Spot

Posted by Björn Jónsson on 2015/12/07 06:59 CST | 1 comment

On the 20th anniversary of Galileo's orbit insertion around Jupiter, amateur image processor Björn Jónsson shares some of the mission's first images of Jupiter's iconic massive storm.

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Live from Sagamihara: Akatsuki Orbit Insertion Success!

Posted by Sanjay Limaye on 2015/12/07 10:16 CST | 7 comments

The Akatsuki team achieved something that no mission as done before – put a spacecraft into orbit around a planet using only the attitude control thrusters. An event that one could not even conceive or propose!

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Live from Sagamihara: Akatsuki Orbit Insertion - Second Try

Posted by Sanjay Limaye on 2015/12/06 09:44 CST | 1 comment

Venus researcher Sanjay Limaye reports from the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) in Sagamihara on the status of Akatsuki's second Venus orbit insertion attempt.

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Back from the Brink: Akatsuki Returns to Venus

Posted by Ralph Lorenz on 2015/12/04 01:08 CST | 2 comments

Perhaps forgotten by the general public in the West, a long-lost spacecraft is set to enter orbit around our sister planet in December, picking up where ESA’s Venus Express left off when its operations ended last year.

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Mars Exploration Rovers Update: Reality Bites but Opportunity Climbs to "Treasure Trove"

Posted by A.J.S. Rayl on 2015/12/03 06:51 CST

Opportunity faced the challenges of winter as well as technological issues in November, but pressed on, hiking up hill and into a geological treasure trove that may well present the scientists with the evidence they need to solve the clay mineral mystery of Marathon Valley.

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Dawn Journal: Descent to LAMO

Posted by Marc Rayman on 2015/12/02 12:02 CST | 12 comments

Dawn's Chief Engineer and Mission Director Marc Rayman previews what's in store as the spacecraft moves into its final mapping orbit around dwarf planet Ceres.

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Fall issue of The Planetary Report is Here!

Posted by Donna Stevens on 2015/11/30 10:03 CST

At last! The fall issue of The Planetary Report is off the press—or ready for Planetary Society members to download now.

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How Can We Write About Science When People Are Dying?

Posted by Nadia Drake on 2015/11/25 05:42 CST | 6 comments

Stories about exploration and wonder can be powerful antidotes to seemingly endless suffering and destruction.

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DPS 2015: Solar System Formation

Posted by Erika Nesvold and John Debes on 2015/11/20 05:47 CST | 2 comments

At the 47th Division of Planetary Systems meeting, many presentations touched on some of the most contentious and poorly known aspects of how planets form.

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