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The Planetary Report
Glorious Galileo On the Cover: Clockwise from upper left, these images from Galileo are Jupiter’s atmosphere (false color); Culann Patera on Io (false color); comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 hitting Jupiter; Europa (false color); Asteroid Ida and its moon, Dactyl; and Ganymede.
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Volume 23, number 5
September/October 2003

Glorious Galileo

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Features

6 "There Was Nothing Like Galileo..." John Casani Remembers: A.J.S. Rayl records John Casani's memories of the incredible saga that was the Galileo mission.

11 Casani Aborts Retirement, Heads for Jovian Realm—Again: John Casani now leads the development of the Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter, describing the mission to A.J.S. Rayl.

12 Galileo's Greatest Hits: The Scientists' Choices The scientists of Galileo describe their favorite discoveries of the mission.

Departments

3 Members' Dialogue Comments from Canada, online, and down under

4 We Make it Happen! Cosmos-1 update

19 World Watch Congress puts New Horizons in jeopardy; Phoenix selected for Mars

20 Society News Celebrating Galileo; birthday wishes for Ray Bradbury

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