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51. Amateur Pictures of Spacecraft and Technology

(Web Page; Thu Jun 07 05:13:00 CDT 2018)

Subject Space Tech Contributor All Keyword All Pictures Of Optical telescopes Radio telescopes Artworks Spacecraft in space...

Description: Photos of spacecraft, telescopes, science instruments, and other kinds of space exploration technology.

52. Spacecraft and Technology

(Web Page; Wed Nov 07 10:52:00 CST 2018)

Subject Space Tech Sort Date TakenDate Published Keyword All Pictures Of LightSail Optical telescopes Radio telescopes Artworks ...

Description: Photos of spacecraft, telescopes, science instruments, and other kinds of space exploration technology.

53. Enhanced Vision

(Web Page; Fri Oct 25 06:56:00 CDT 2019)

Features 6 Budgetary Whiplash Casey Dreier details our ongoing effort to save planetary science. 8 Lunar Water and Weathering Amanda Hendrix describes new evidence of both. 13 Rewriting the Books Linda Spilker showcases Cassini&rsqu...

Description: Rewriting the Books, by Linda Spilker; Lunar Water and Weathering, by Amanda Hendrix; Annual Report to Our Members, by Dan Geraci ; Budgetary Whiplash, by Casey Dreier; Near-Earth Asteroids, by Bruce Betts; Planetary Society Kids; Water on the Moon?; Riding the Fiscal Roller Coaster; New NEO Grant Winners; Snapshots from Space Mariner 10; Data Made New Again

54. James Green

(Web Page; Tue Dec 10 16:35:00 CST 2019)

Dr. James L. Green received his Ph.D. in Space Physics from the University of Iowa in 1979 and began working at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, where he developed and managed NASA’s first Internet, the Space Physics Anal...

Description: James "Jim" Green is NASA's Chief Scientist.

55. Reports from the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

(Web Page; Thu Dec 12 19:47:00 CST 2019)

Here's a list of links to all the reports I've filed from the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Following is my first post about the meeting. I depart tomorrow for Houston and the annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LP...

Description: I depart tomorrow for Houston and the annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC). Here's a look at how to follow the meeting on social media, and where to find me if you're also attending.

56. keywords-spacetech

(Web Page; Tue Aug 26 15:29:00 CDT 2014)

Pictures of: Optical telescopes · Radio telescopes · Artworks · Photos of spacecraft in space · Rockets · 3D · Animations Human spaceflight: Astronauts · All human spaceflight &midd...

57. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2014 preview

(Web Page; Thu Dec 12 19:47:00 CST 2019)

It's that time of year again: my favorite annual space science meeting, the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, takes place all next week in Houston, Texas. I'm traveling down there Sunday afternoon and will be in and out of five (co...

Description: It's that time of year again: my favorite annual space science meeting, the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, takes place all next week in Houston, Texas. Get ready for reports on everything from Mercury to the Moon to Mars to Miranda!

58. Pictures of Earth by Planetary Spacecraft

(Web Page; Fri May 15 11:37:00 CDT 2020)

Lunar Orbiter sent back the first photo of Earth over the Moon, but it was the Apollo program that produced the first widely publicized views of Earth as a colorful marble floating in black space, images that revolutionized public percep...

Description: Many solar system explorers take dramatic photos of Earth as they depart, or fly by; some even have photographed Earth from the vantage point of another planet.

59. What's up in the solar system in December 2011

(Web Page; Tue Apr 15 08:31:00 CDT 2014)

What's going on with our planetary explorers in December? As 2011 closes and 2012 begins, the twin GRAIL spacecraft will enter orbit at the Moon, and will also be receiving new names, to be selected from hundreds of contest entries. Ther...

Description: What's going on with our planetary explorers in December?

60. Ready for the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference?

(Web Page; Tue Apr 24 10:39:00 CDT 2012)

I'm writing at a ridiculously late hour in my hotel room in Houston, the night before the start of the 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. LPSC (as it is usually referred to -- and I am usually very good about not using acronym...

Description: A post the night before the 2012 Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

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