with Jason Davis
Jason Davis is a journalist and digital editor for The Planetary Society, trying to spread the PB&J (passion, beauty & joy) of space exploration.
• December 22, 2011
A timeline of one of the most memorable solar events in recent memory: the observations by six Sun-observing spacecraft of Comet Lovejoy making its perihelion passage.
• December 16, 2011
An update on upcoming missions to the International Space Station (ISS).
• December 06, 2011
Observations of the newly sighted Kreutz sungrazer comet C/2011 W3 (Lovejoy) from the ground and from SOHO (a joint NASA/ESA satellite) and STEREO (NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory).
• December 03, 2011
With a new rover, Curiosity, on its way to Mars, Jason Davis takes a look at what we knew - or thought we knew - about the planet back in 1935.
• November 21, 2011
A few updates on the Space Launch System, NASA's next-generation deep exploration vehicle.
• November 11, 2011
Checking in with SpaceX's launch abort system progress, Boeing's CST-100 drop tests, and a recent Space, Science and Technology Committee meeting on Capitol Hill.
• November 02, 2011
The Chinese spacecraft Shenzhou 8 docks with space station Tiangong 1, on the same day a Progress resupply capsule arrives at the International Space Station.
• October 20, 2011
The tale of NASA's Super Guppy aircraft, which ferried parts of America's space program to their launch pads.
• October 14, 2011
Data from Earth observing satellites Aura and CALIPSO have shown record losses of seasonal ozone in the Arctic.
• October 07, 2011
Breaking down the futuristic technologies for SpaceX's reusable Grasshopper spacecraft, as shown in a recent promotional video.
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