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Jason Davis is a digital editor for The Planetary Society. He writes about the world's space exploration missions and the Society's science and technology projects.

NASA collects round three of CCDev proposals

Jason Davis • April 13, 2012

NASA is soliciting a third round of proposals from private spaceflight companies looking to send astronauts to the International Space Station.

Expedition 30, SpaceX and Stratolaunch

Jason Davis • December 16, 2011

An update on upcoming missions to the International Space Station (ISS).

Have two spacecraft ever docked to two separate space stations on the same day?

Jason Davis • 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.

Decoding SpaceX's re-usable spacecraft concept

Jason Davis • October 07, 2011

Breaking down the futuristic technologies for SpaceX's reusable Grasshopper spacecraft, as shown in a recent promotional video.

Progress comes to a halt

Jason Davis • September 01, 2011

The first post-shuttle resupply mission in ISS history got off to a rocky start, as a Russian Progress cargo spacecraft failed to reach orbit, crashing into south central Russia.

What's up in human spaceflight: the gas station edition

Jason Davis • August 15, 2011

An update on human spaceflight, including orbital propellant depots, suborbital test flights and an Orion crew capsule test aboard a Delta IV Heavy.

What's up in human spaceflight: a Dragon approaches

Jason Davis • July 29, 2011

Private spaceflight company SpaceX has secured tentative approval with NASA to combine its next test flight with an actual ISS docking.

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