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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.

Funpost! Someone is stealing the Enterprise

Jason Davis • May 10, 2018 • 6

An appreciation for a scene from Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.

A brief history of Resource Prospector, NASA's cancelled lunar mission

Jason Davis • May 03, 2018 • 1

The mission survived NASA's Journey to Mars era, only to be axed once short-term goals shifted back to the Moon.

Funpost! Let's listen to some Russian space jams

Jason Davis • May 03, 2018 • 3

Two ISS cosmonauts remind us that feelin' it is not a crime.

Funpost! I do solemnly swear

Jason Davis • April 26, 2018 • 3

A far-from-comprehensive look at the oath of office.

Pew pew! Lasers will help determine where LightSail 2 is

Jason Davis • April 25, 2018

The International Laser Ranging Service, or ILRS, will lend its services to the LightSail 2 mission.

Funpost! Can you name a space vehicle for each letter of the alphabet?

Jason Davis • April 19, 2018 • 2

There are NASA choices for all letters except Y and Z; for those two, you'll need to go international.

Recap: Breakthrough Discuss 2018

Jason Davis • April 18, 2018 • 5

If you had a spaceship and could take it anywhere in the solar system to search for life, where would you go?

Funpost! A funny thing happened on the way to the Moon

Jason Davis • April 12, 2018 • 1

A few ripping good yarns from 1969. And a truly terrifying cartoon.

Preview: NASA's TESS prepares for 2-year exoplanet hunting mission

Jason Davis • April 09, 2018 • 1

The spacecraft is expected to discover 50 new Earth-sized planets and as many as 500 planets smaller than twice the size of Earth.

Funpost! A milk commercial in space

Jason Davis • April 05, 2018 • 8

That time the Russians filmed a milk commercial aboard the Mir space station.

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