The Planetary Report is the internationally recognized flagship magazine of The Planetary Society, featuring lively articles and full-color photos to provide comprehensive coverage of discoveries on Earth and other planets.
This quarterly magazine reaches members of The Planetary Society all over the world, with news about planetary missions, spacefaring nations, intrepid explorers, planetary science controversies and the latest findings in humankind's exploration of the solar system.
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"Your Place In Space: Making History" by Bill Nye; Snapshots from Space: Saturn's two largest moons; A Martian Has Died, by Louis Friedman; Into the Dark, by W. Scott Kardel; Entry, Descent, Landing, by Bruce Betts; The Magnificent Aurora, by James D. Burke and Andrea Carroll; Zapping Rocks with Lasers, by Bruce Betts; Annual Report to Our Members
Louis Friedman suggests a practical plan for the next hundred years of spaceflight; Charlene M. Anderson discusses a lifelong love of science fiction with writer/director Andrew Stanton; Anderson also takes an in-depth look at what the proposed 2013 NASA budget means, and what Society members can do to help; and Bruce Betts reports on fiber-optic “scramblers” and planet hunting with smaller (relatively speaking) telescopes. Snapshots from Space features an image of the Moon from Japan's Hiten processed by Ted Stryk.
The Year in Pictures; Snapshots from Space: 1975 was good for Venus; 2011 Advocacy Wrap-Up, by Charlene Anderson; A Letter from Russia, by Bruce Betts; Protecting the Earth from Asteroids; Planetary Society Kids: How Do We Gather Light in Space? And How Do Telescopes Work?
Planetary Radio Wins Parsec Award, by Mat Kaplan; Launching Organisms, Solving Anomalies, and Naming an Asteroid, by Bruce Betts; Vesta: A Revelation, by Pablo Gutierrez-Marques; Target: Gale, by Emily Stewart Lakdawalla
Shuttle LIFE Organisms Return, by Bruce Betts; Planetary Cave Dwelling, by Jacques Blamont; A Symphony of Voices in Vienna, by James D. Burke and Andrea Carroll; Annual Report to Our Members, by Dan Geraci
"Your Place In Space: Oh, To Be Young and Spacefaring" by Bill Nye; Snapshots from Space: Comet Crash; Once, We Went to the Moon, by John M. Logsdon; Lava Lakes on Earth and Io, by Ashley Gerard Davies; We Make It Happen! FINDS: One Step Closer to Faraway Earths, by Amir Alexander.
The Giant's Baleful Eye, by Emily Stewart Lakdawalla; Here and Now: Our Unique Perspective, by Bill Nye; Zooming in on Pluto: Using the Hubble Space Telescope to Map a Faraway World, by Marc E. Buie; Changes from Within, by Jim Bell; LightSail Update: Testing, Learning, and Waiting, by Louis D. Friedman; Fun with Microrovers, by Bruce Betts
Looking Aft, Looking Forward, by Bill Nye; The Quest to Explore Mercury, by Peter D. Bedini and Louise M. Prockter; 2010: The Year in Pictures, by Emily Stewart Lakdawalla; LightSail Update: Assembling the Spacecraft, by Louis D. Friedman; Shoemaker NEO Grants, by Bruce Betts
Learning More, Faster...Like Rocket Science, by Bill Nye; Out of This World Books; LightSail Update, by Louis D. Friedman; Akatsuki: Toward the Morning Star, by Takeshi Imamura; New Design Competition: Human Mission to an Asteroid, by Bruce Betts
Passing the Torch: The Planetary Society's New Executive Director; Looking for ET Using Laser Light, by Bruce Betts;
Hayabusa Returns! by Emily Lakdawalla; Solar Sail Update: IKAROS Deploys and LightSail Moves Forward, by Louis D. Friedman
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