Infinite Visions, One Planetary Society
Share Your Vision with Us!
We want to know—and to share our Member's stories with the world as an advocate for space exploration on our Infinite Visions, One Planetary Society web forum.
Although your vision of space is unique, the Society is the one place we all come together to create a vibrant future for space exploration. You help strengthen our voice as the world’s largest private space advocacy group, an international force in humankind’s drive to explore and discover!
This week's question from Planetary Society Senior Editor Emily Lakdawalla:
Is there an image of Space that changed your life or your thinking?Submit Your Vision
by Emily Lakdawalla
It was in January 2005, when I—a planetary geologist only recently turned to writing about space for a living—was crammed along with two dozen other reporters into a room at the European Space Agency operations center in Germany.
Europe's Huygens probe had just completed its descent through Titan's atmosphere, and we knew the spacecraft had been working ESA had received its radio transmissions. But there was a delay and the pictures ...more »
Here's how Planetary Society Members answered...
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Is there an image of Space that changed your life or your thinking?