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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.

Picture-perfect landing for Soyuz crew on sunny Kazakh steppe

Jason Davis • June 18, 2016 • 4

Tim Kopra, Tim Peake and Yuri Malenchenko are back on Earth this morning following a picture-perfect landing on the sunny Kazakhstan steppe.

Night owl? Early bird? Watch a Soyuz crew plunge back to Earth Saturday morning

Jason Davis • June 17, 2016 • 1

Tomorrow morning, Tim Kopra, Tim Peake and Yuri Malenchenko are coming home from the International Space Station. But if you live in the United States or Europe, you're going to have to get up pretty early—or stay up late—to see it happen.

Multimedia roundup: Falcon 9 makes dual-satellite delivery run

Jason Davis • June 15, 2016

SpaceX placed two communications satellites into orbit today, but the company's attempt to go four-in-a-row on first stage drone ship recoveries fell short.

Scientists play with fire aboard trash-filled cargo spacecraft

Jason Davis • June 14, 2016 • 1

This afternoon, NASA started a fire aboard a trash-filled cargo spacecraft, but it was all in the name of science. Engineers at the agency's Glenn Research Center are studying how large-scale fires spread in space.

LightSail 2 will transmit Morse code from space, and you can make the sound your ringtone

Jason Davis • June 10, 2016 • 2

The Planetary Society's LightSail 2 (.-.. / ... / ..---) spacecraft will identify itself from orbit using Morse code, and you can make the sound your ringtone.

Take a look inside the station's new expandable module with astronaut Jeff Williams

Jason Davis • June 06, 2016

BEAM, the International Space Station's new expandable habitat module, is open for business. NASA astronaut Jeff Williams and cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka entered the module at 4:47 a.m. EDT (9:47 UTC) this morning.

Follow a space shuttle tank through LA with this timelapse video

Jason Davis • June 03, 2016

This timelapse video follows some of the space shuttle external tank's 19-hour journey from Marina del Rey to the California Science Center in Los Angeles.

BEAM expanded and pressurized: Your news, commentary and tweet roundup

Jason Davis • May 28, 2016

BEAM is expanded and pressurized! The International Space Station's newest module, which will serve as a technology demonstrator for in-space expandable habitats, was fully filled with air this afternoon.

Three-peat! SpaceX sticks another drone ship landing

Jason Davis • May 27, 2016 • 10

SpaceX continued its impressive string of first stage recoveries today, sticking a Falcon 9 drone ship landing during the successful launch of THAICOM 8, a communications satellite.

With retry scheduled tomorrow, NASA and Bigelow say BEAM will work—it's just a question of when

Jason Davis • May 27, 2016

NASA will try again tomorrow to expand BEAM, the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module. During a press teleconference this afternoon, officials said they were confident the module was going to expand—it's just a question of when.

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