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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.

NASA Greenlights Dragonfly, a Quadcopter Mission to Titan

Jason Davis • June 27, 2019 • 5

Sporting 8 rotors and a nuclear power source like the Mars Curiosity rover, Dragonfly will launch in 2026 and arrive at Titan in 2034.

LightSail 2 Has Launched!

Jason Davis • June 25, 2019 • 5

The Planetary Society's solar sail CubeSat lifted off from Kennedy Space Center, Florida on 25 June at 02:30 EDT (06:30 UTC).

LightSail 2 is Ready for Launch

Jason Davis • June 24, 2019

The Planetary Society's solar sailing spacecraft is ready to take flight. We got an up-close look at its ride to orbit.

Here's Our First Look at LightSail 2 Installed on SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Rocket

Jason Davis • June 19, 2019 • 2

LightSail 2 is one of 24 spacecraft hitching a ride to orbit as part of the U.S. Air Force's STP-2 mission.

What to Expect when LightSail 2 Launches into Space

Jason Davis • June 17, 2019 • 3

Our preview guide outlines the LightSail 2 mission from start to finish.

What's the Difference between LightSail 1 and LightSail 2?

Jason Davis • June 05, 2019 • 4

While LightSail 1 and 2 look nearly identical at a glance, there are a few important hardware differences between the two spacecraft.

Hayabusa2 drops second target marker, targets artificial crater for sample collection

Jason Davis • June 04, 2019 • 1

The reflective softball-sized sphere will give the spacecraft a visual guide during a second potential sample collection.

LightSail 2 Arrives in Florida

Jason Davis • May 30, 2019

Next Stop: Space!

Hayabusa2 Encounters Snag Trying to Drop Second Target Marker

Jason Davis • May 21, 2019 • 2

The spacecraft is healthy and safe, but time is running out to collect a second sample from asteroid Ryugu.

Here's a Roundup of Recent OSIRIS-REx Postcards from Bennu

Jason Davis • May 15, 2019 • 2

NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is currently sweeping arcs between the asteroid's north and south poles.

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