Volume 14, number 1
Jupiter's Celestial Necklace
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4 Bodies at the Brink: Paul Weissman discusses how new equipment has allowed astronomers to prove that Gerard P. Kuiper's theory—of a band of comets at the edge of our solar system—was right.
8 Jupiter Watch: The Celestial Necklace Breaks: Charlene Anderson presents The Planetary Society's plans to bring this "once-in-a-thousand-lifetimes" event to as many people as possible around the world.
10 A Rover's Journey: Linking Two Worlds: George Powell brings us another chapter in the development of a mobile robot designed to explore Mars.
3 Members' Dialogue Sending names to Mars, the loss of Mars Observer, and the coming millennium.
16 Readers' Service Looking at chaos' applications to understanding our solar system.
17 World Watch A time of birth and death for NASA.
18 News & Reviews The Magellan mission from a planetary scientist's perspective.
19 Society News Opportunities to get involved with Society activities.
20 Q&A Is there an ozone layer on Mars?