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Welcome to the The Planetary Society's Press Room.

Here you'll find the latest information about Society events, programs, personalities, and other news about the exploration of the universe.

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For more information on any of these releases, contact us at 626-793-5100 or via email at tps@planetary.org.

Planetary Society Awards NEO Trackers (April 27, 2009)

The space around Earth will be monitored a little more closely for potentially threatening near-Earth objects (NEOs), like asteroids and comets, with the awarding of three new Gene Shoemaker Near Earth Object Grants by The Planetary Society.

Keep Track of Exoplanets with Planetary Society's New On-line Catalog (March 5, 2009)

A new Planetary Society online catalog will help showcase new exoplanet finds by the Kepler Telescope.

Statement on Delay of Mars Science Laboratory (December 4, 2008)

The Planetary Society has issued a statement on the delay of the Mars Science Laboratory.

Planetary Society Steps Beyond Moon for Roadmap to Space (November 13, 2008)

The Planetary Society outlined a vigorous new approach to space exploration that recommends interplanetary flight achievements while deferring a U.S. Moon landing.

Global Economic Crisis Accentuates Need for Science, Earth Observations and Space Programs to Create a Positive Future (October 21, 2008)

The Planetary Society’s Board of Directors believes that it is vital not to lose sight of the importance and long-term economic benefit of maintaining a strong commitment to scientific research, including space exploration.

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Shoemaker Near-Earth Object Grant Program

Planetary Society's Shoemaker Grant program supports astronomers following up potentially hazardous asteroids.

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Pioneer Anomaly

Something strange was happening in the outer reaches of our solar system. The Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft were not where they were supposed to be. The mystery of the Pioneer Anomaly has been solved The recovery of Doppler and telemetry data and the entire effort in thermal analysis would not have happened without the Planetary Society.

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