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Thank You from The Planetary Society

Thanks to supporters like you, we were able to accomplish amazing things in 2014. Here's a look back at what we have achieved together.

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Mercury and Turkey

If Mercury were the size of a cranberry, how big would Jupiter be? Find out from Dr. Bruce Betts on this week's Random Space Fact.

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Europa: Ocean World

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  • Kevin Hand, Deputy Chief Scientist for Solar System Exploration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Why explore Europa? This video by JPL explains what's so interesting about this ocean world near Jupiter.

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How Well Can Hubble See?

Dr. Bruce Betts has the answer in this week's Random Space Fact. Starring Dr. Bruce Betts | Video by Merc Boyan | Music by Jim McKeever | Fact derived from hubblesite.org

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Jupiter is MASSIVE!

Jupiter is massive, but how massive? Dr. Bruce Betts has this week's Random Space Fact. Starring Dr. Bruce Betts | Video by Merc Boyan | Music by Jim McKeever

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The Oldest Spacecraft Still in Space

What just keeps orbiting...and orbiting...? Dr. Bruce Betts has this week's Random Space Fact. Starring Dr. Bruce Betts | Video by Merc Boyan | Music by Jim McKeever

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How Many Stars Are There?

Have you ever wondered how many stars are in the known universe? Dr. Bruce Betts has this week's Random Space Fact. Starring Dr. Bruce Betts | Video by Merc Boyan | Music by Jim McKeever

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Your Voice on Mars

What would you sound like on Mars? Dr. Bruce Betts has this week's Random Space Fact. Starring Dr. Bruce Betts | Video by Merc Boyan | Music by Jim McKeever

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If the Sun Were the Size of a Basketball...

How big is the Sun compared to the Earth? Dr. Bruce Betts has this week's Random Space Fact. Starring Dr. Bruce Betts | Video by Merc Boyan | Music by Jim McKeever

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Introduction to Comet Siding Spring’s Near Miss at Mars

On October 19, 2014, Comet Siding Spring will fly very close to Mars. Here’s a 5 minute video introduction to get you up to speed on this planetary near miss, and some suggestions on how to find out more now, during, and after the encounter.

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