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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.

Throwback Thursday Funpost! That time I created work for the ISS crew

Jason Davis • March 15, 2018

An important American flag is lost and found aboard the International Space Station.

If you come at the Space Launch System, you best not miss

Jason Davis • March 09, 2018 • 20

Getting NASA out of the rocket business is more complicated than you think.

Throwback Thursday Funpost! A spacewalk in deep space

Jason Davis • March 08, 2018 • 6

Only three humans have ever been on a spacewalk in the void between the Earth and Moon.

LightSail 2 launch update

Jason Davis • March 02, 2018 • 2

The Planetary Society's solar sailing CubeSat is scheduled to head to space during a 60-day period starting on June 13.

NASA has a Moon landing plan—sort of

Jason Davis • March 01, 2018 • 10

It's a gradual, stepped approach, envisioning human spaceflight, planetary science, and commercial partners all working together.

Some snark (and details!) about NASA's proposed lunar space station

Jason Davis • February 26, 2018 • 5

So long, Deep Space Gateway. You've been replaced with the Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway.

Goodbye, ISS. Hello, private space stations?

Jason Davis • February 20, 2018 • 3

The International Space Station may go away in 2025. Will private space stations be ready to fill the gap?

Simulating Mars in the Middle East

Jason Davis • February 15, 2018 • 1

The Austrian Space Forum is leading a four-week Mars mission in Oman's Dhofar Desert.

Here are some takeaways from today's NASA budget proposal

Jason Davis • February 12, 2018 • 3

The White House's budget proposes $19.9 billion for NASA.

Falcon Heavy launches successfully!

Jason Davis • February 06, 2018 • 8

SpaceX is now the proud owner of the world's most powerful operational rocket.

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