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Jason Davis is a journalist and digital editor for The Planetary Society, trying to spread the PB&J (passion, beauty & joy) of space exploration.

Rotatin' Ryugu!

Jason Davis • June 18, 2018 • 2

Hayabusa2 continues to approach asteroid Ryugu, revealing the 900-meter-wide world in all its glory.

Chinese satellite snags new views of Earth from lunar orbit

Jason Davis • June 14, 2018 • 1

See the world through the eyes of Longjiang-2.

Meet MMX, Japan's sample return mission to Phobos

Jason Davis • June 11, 2018 • 5

NASA is providing an instrument for the mission, which will try to uncover the origins of Phobos and Deimos.

A WIYN-win partnership

Jason Davis • June 04, 2018 • 1

NASA and the National Science Foundation are teaming up to observe exoplanets discovered by Kepler and TESS.

Funpost! Space beer face-off

Jason Davis • May 31, 2018 • 2

Please Funpost! responsibly.

Cygnus cargo craft will test ability to boost and deorbit the International Space Station

Jason Davis • May 25, 2018 • 2

NASA and Orbital ATK are planning a one-minute test burn before Cygnus leaves the station.

Funpost! Audio diaries from simulated Mars

Jason Davis • May 24, 2018 • 4

The Habitat is a new podcast about a year-long HI-SEAS mission in Hawaii.

The curious case of the Apollo 4 Earth images

Jason Davis • May 23, 2018 • 1

Revisiting images of Earth taken from the uncrewed Apollo 4 command module in 1967.

Funpost! We both began to giggle like school children

Jason Davis • May 17, 2018 • 1

NASA astronaut Scott Tingle describes his first rocket launch.

Is NASA painting itself into a corner with its ISS transition plans?

Jason Davis • May 16, 2018 • 1

By 2025, NASA wants to create a new humans-in-LEO market, and then become the non-primary customer for that new market.

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