On the Cover: A Voyager 1 portrait of Saturn appeared on the cover of the first Planetary Report. Ten years later, we print a recently created computer-mosaic of images captured by Voyager 2. These colors were generated by combining images taken through the blue, green and ultraviolet filters on Voyager's camera, giving this image a slightly purplish tint. Four satellites appear with their parent planet; from left to right, Mimas and its shadow on Saturn, Tethys and its shadow, Dione and Rhea. Image enhanced by Alfred S. McEwen and Tammy L. Becker, U.S. Geological Survey
6 A Decade of SETI: Thomas McDonoughlooks back on our search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
8 The 1990s: A New Decade of Discovery? Members of the our Board of Directors and Advisory Board share their visions of what goals the Society should set its sights on during the next decade.
10 Flying Snakes on Mars: The Planetary Society Mars Balloon Project: Harris "Bud" Schurmeierbriefs our members on this exciting Society project.
12 Our Members Remember: Ten Years With the Planetary Society (And on to the Next Ten): Society members share their impressions of our last decade, and what they would like to see happen during the next one.
14 Asteroids in Your Future—The Next Decade of The Asteroid Project: Eleanor Helinattempts to foretell what will be done with near-Earth asteroids over the next 10 years.