Volume 21, number 6
A New View
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6 The Society's New Leader: An Interview with Westley T. Huntress Jr.: Jennifer Vaughn and Charlene Anderson sit down with the new head of the Society, Wes Huntress, and let him explain, in his own words, where he sees us heading and what lies in store for space exploration and the search for extraterrestrial life.
12 The Strange Acceleration of Pioneer 10 and 11: John Anderson analyzes the Pioneer's flight and their acceleration toward the Sun for no apparent reason.
18 Mars Odyssey Enters Mars Orbit: Bruce Betts reports on Odyssey's successful orbit insertion.
3 Members' Dialogue Clearing the air; thanks from readers around the world
4 World Watch Saving the Pluto-Kuiper Belt mission; a change in NASA administration
20 Q&A Why is the Moon's crust deficient in iron while Earth's is enriched? Will Odyssey photograph Phobos and/or Deimos? How do we define a "moon" when it comes to Saturn?
22 Society News Society discounts, scholarship program; what do you think NASA should be doing?
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