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Stories, updates, insights, and original analysis from The Planetary Society.

The Opportunity selfie: 5000 Sols in the making

A personal story recounts how a NASA team used a microscopic imager to take a selfie of the Opportunity rover.

Opportunity takes first gingerly steps into Victoria Crater

Mars Exploration Rover scientists, engineers and enthusiasts have been playing the waiting game for 10 weeks, watching the much-reported dust storm subside so that Opportunity could get back to doing what it does best - exploring craters.

Europlanet : Swings and Roundabouts with Rings

Europlanet : Swings and Roundabouts with Rings

Europlanet : Embargo? What Embargo?

Europlanet : Embargo? What Embargo?

Europlanet : Life's a bleach

Europlanet : Life's a bleach

Europlanet : Experience Exploration

Europlanet : Experience Exploration

Europlanet : Conference - First Person Perspective

Europlanet : Conference - First Person Perspective

Europlanet : Great spectrometer - but you broke my laser!

Europlanet : Great spectrometer - but you broke my laser!

Europlanet : Simulating the SMART-1 impact

Europlanet : Simulating the SMART-1 impact

Europlanet : 5th IPPW - New instruments

Europlanet : 5th IPPW - New instruments

Europlanet : The surface of Venus with VIRTIS

Europlanet : The surface of Venus with VIRTIS

Europlanet : Conference Conundrum

Europlanet : Conference Conundrum

Europlanet : Stardust studies

Europlanet : Stardust studies

Europlanet : Exploring the South Pole of the Moon

Europlanet : Exploring the South Pole of the Moon

Europlanet : VIMS - bright spots, dark lakes

Europlanet : VIMS - bright spots, dark lakes

Europlanet : CoRoT - Preliminary Results

ESA's planet-hunting satellite COROT bagged its first exoplanet in observations of the star COROT-Exo-1.

Europlanet : I'll hit that rock in one!

Europlanet : I'll hit that rock in one!

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