In celebration of The Planetary Society's 25th anniversary, members of the Society's Board of Directors, Advisors, and several Society friends volunteered their time, expertise and space-related memorabilia to the auction.
The Planetary Society will recognize Bradbury's contribution to the interest of Mars by awarding him The Thomas O. Paine Award for the Advancement of Human Exploration of Mars at The Planetary Society's 25th Anniversary Gala Awards Dinner.
Academy Award-winning filmmaker James Cameron will accept The Planetary Society's inaugural Cosmos Award for Outstanding Public Presentation of Science at the Society's 25th Anniversary Gala Awards Dinner.
The Planetary Society continues to fund the search for potentially hazardous comets and asteroids that orbit close to our planet by awarding Gene Shoemaker Near Earth Object Grants to five researchers around the world.
The Planetary Society's international Titan art contest awarded a special prize for the artwork that most closely resembled a portion of the actual Titan landscape or atmosphere imaged by the European Space Agency's Huygens probe during its final stages of descent.
The Earth's public may soon have the chance to hear the winds of an alien world when The Planetary Society teams up with the European Space Agency and the Huygens Atmospheric Structure Instrument team to release the sounds recorded by the Huygens probe.
Chelsey Tyler’s award for winning the The Planetary Society’s international art contest, “Imagining Titan: Artists Peer Beneath the Veil,” will be to travel to the Huygens Mission Control Center in Darmstadt, Germany.
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