On the Cover: Jupiter’s north and south poles bookend this issue of The Planetary Report, courtesy of Juno. Storm systems and weather unlike anything encountered in the solar system are visible in this color-enhanced view of the gas giant’s north pole. Much like Earthly hurricanes, some of these storms have a pinwheel shape. Juno’s tracking of these features over many orbits will enhance our understanding of Jupiter’s atmospheric dynamics NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS
2 Calling All Charter Members: Envisioning a new outreach program.
5 The Year in Pictures: Emily Lakdawallahighlights some of her favorite images from the past year.
14 Rocket Road Trip Jason Davis takes us on a tour of NASA's field centers.
16 Making Space for Our Past:Amir Alexanderrecounts how The Planetary Society's history project began.
20 The Home Stretch: Bruce Betts describes LightSail 2's final testing.
22 Laying the Groundwork:Jason Callahan shares our hopes for space exploration in the next four years.
4 Your Place in Space Bill Nyeon wins, losses, and forging ahead.
17 Volunteer Spotlight Planetary Ambassadors.
21 What’s Up? Venus, Jupiter, and a solar eclipse.
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