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.
• October 08, 2015
Telerobotics—with humans nearby—just might be the perfect unification of human and robotic spaceflight. Two groups at NASA and ESA are working to make this fledgling technology commonplace.
• October 02, 2015
A cache of more than 8,400 unedited, high-resolution photos taken by Apollo astronauts during trips to the moon is now available for viewing and download on Flickr.
• October 01, 2015
A Russian cargo craft laden with more than three tons of food, fuel and supplies arrived at the International Space Station today.
• September 25, 2015
LightSail's burn wire, the mission-critical component responsible for releasing the spacecraft's solar panels, will get a backup ahead of next year's solar sailing mission.
• September 21, 2015
For less than $50, you can download images from NOAA satellites using your laptop and a small radio antenna.
• September 16, 2015
NASA's Orion spacecraft has officially moved from preliminary design to fabrication, but the agency says the first crewed flight of the vehicle could slip two years, from 2021 to 2023.
Spaceflight company Blue Origin plans to launch its orbital rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, the company revealed Tuesday.
• September 15, 2015
Two sun-observing spacecraft in Earth orbit captured images of a partial solar eclipse Sunday morning.
• September 12, 2015
A three-person crew commanded by humanity's most experienced space traveler is back on Earth today.
• September 11, 2015
Gennady Padalka, Andreas Mogensen and Aidyn Aimbetov are set to return to Earth Friday after the station's one-year crew received a fresh Soyuz spacecraft.
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