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JPL Releases a Big, Bold Website Redesign

Jason Davis • October 09, 2014 • 2

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory released a major overhaul of its website. Here's a closer look.

A Glimpse Into NASA's New History Archives

Jason Callahan • September 23, 2014 • 1

NASA's immense reference collection got a makeover at its Washington, D.C. location recently. Jason Callahan gives you a glimpse behind the scenes as guests made their way into the new rooms while enjoying good conversation and, of course, Moon Pies.

Data From the Rescued ISEE-3 Spacecraft Have a New Internet Home

Jason Davis • August 14, 2014

"A Spacecraft for All" is a new website by Google Creative Labs that will host citizen science data from the ISEE-3 Reboot Project.

Is Mainstream Space News Adrift?

Jason Davis • June 13, 2014 • 8

The Houston Chronicle has a new, interactive web series on America’s space program. Why don’t we see more space coverage in this format?

Daily Mail plagiarizes Planetary Society Blog guest post by Katherine Mack

Emily Lakdawalla • May 29, 2014 • 5

Planetary Society guest blogger Katherine Mack is just the latest of a great many writers whose work has been copied, uncredited, on the website of the British tabloid.

The new Cosmos: Standing Up in the Milky Way

Emily Lakdawalla • March 10, 2014 • 78

My daughters liked the new Cosmos and want to watch next week. I thought it was a successful beginning for a long series, and I think it'll become a weekly viewing event for our family. I hope other families think the same.

Why Cosmos should matter, especially to Hollywood

Taryn O'Neill • March 07, 2014 • 3

For a town dependent on Stars, there are far too few people here who look up at the sky. But come this Sunday, March 9, the epic series of science, space and humanity will return: Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. Why does it matter for Hollywood, specifically? I'll tell you why it will. And then why it should.

"Secrets of the Kuiper Belt" in Sky & Telescope

Emily Lakdawalla • January 16, 2014 • 2

Woo hoo! I've got another cover story in the current (February 2014) issue of Sky & Telescope, in which I try to make sense of the Kuiper belt. This article was motivated by my observation that the discovery of many new things beyond Neptune had, through an ironic chain of events, resulted in our teaching children less about the solar system than we used to.

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