with Jason Davis
Jason Davis is the editorial director for The Planetary Society. He oversees and contributes to the Society's editorial content, including articles, stories, educational web pages, images, infographics, podcasts and videos.
• December 22, 2011
A timeline of one of the most memorable solar events in recent memory: the observations by six Sun-observing spacecraft of Comet Lovejoy making its perihelion passage.
• December 16, 2011
An update on upcoming missions to the International Space Station (ISS).
• December 06, 2011
Observations of the newly sighted Kreutz sungrazer comet C/2011 W3 (Lovejoy) from the ground and from SOHO (a joint NASA/ESA satellite) and STEREO (NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory).
• December 03, 2011
With a new rover, Curiosity, on its way to Mars, Jason Davis takes a look at what we knew - or thought we knew - about the planet back in 1935.
• November 21, 2011
A few updates on the Space Launch System, NASA's next-generation deep exploration vehicle.
• November 11, 2011
Checking in with SpaceX's launch abort system progress, Boeing's CST-100 drop tests, and a recent Space, Science and Technology Committee meeting on Capitol Hill.
• November 02, 2011
The Chinese spacecraft Shenzhou 8 docks with space station Tiangong 1, on the same day a Progress resupply capsule arrives at the International Space Station.
• October 20, 2011
The tale of NASA's Super Guppy aircraft, which ferried parts of America's space program to their launch pads.
• October 14, 2011
Data from Earth observing satellites Aura and CALIPSO have shown record losses of seasonal ozone in the Arctic.
• October 07, 2011
Breaking down the futuristic technologies for SpaceX's reusable Grasshopper spacecraft, as shown in a recent promotional video.
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