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The Planetary Report is the internationally recognized flagship magazine of The Planetary Society, featuring lively articles and full-color photos to provide comprehensive coverage of discoveries on Earth and other planets.

This quarterly magazine reaches members of The Planetary Society all over the world, with news about planetary missions, spacefaring nations, intrepid explorers, planetary science controversies and the latest findings in humankind's exploration of the solar system.

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Past Issues of The Planetary Report

The Face on Mars: Gone With the Wind?

The Face on Mars: Gone With the Wind?

Vol. 18, No. 4, July/August 1998

Containing feature articles by Bruce Jakosky; James D. Burke; Jennifer Vaughn; Greg Delory

Opinion: Searching for Life in the Universe, by Bruce Jakosky; The Hunt for Lunar Ice, by Jim Burke; Mars Global Surveyor Observes Dust Storms and Polar Cap Recession, by Jennifer Vaughn; The Mars Microphone: Ready to Go! by Greg Delory

If Worlds Collide

If Worlds Collide

Vol. 18, No. 3, May/June 1998

Containing feature articles by Kim Stanley Robinson; Marc Rayman; Charlene Anderson; Robert Nelson; Gene McDonald; David McKay; Everett Gibson; Kathie Thomas-Keprta

Opinion: The Green Space Project, by Kim Stanley Robinson; Deep Space 1: Exploration Technology for the 21st Century, by Robert M. Nelson and Marc D. Rayman; The Mars Rock: Some of its Chemistry is from Earth, by Gene McDonald; Earthly Contaminants Don't Rule Out Martian Life, by David S. McKay, Everett K. Gibson, and Kathie L. Thomas-Keprta; Deep Impact: Filming a Cosmic Catastrophe, by Charlene M. Anderson

To Sample the Sun

To Sample the Sun

Vol. 18, No. 2, March/April 1998

Containing feature articles by Glenn Cunningham; Don Burnett; Joseph Veverka; Arden Albee

Mars Global Surveyor: The Saga of the Solar Array, by Glenn E. Cunningham; Mars Global Surveyor Science Update, by Arden Albee; The Genesis Mission: Catching Pieces of the Sun, by Don Burnett; The Contour Mission: Seeking Clues to Our Origin, by Joseph Veverka

Zooming in on Mars

Zooming in on Mars

Vol. 18, No. 1, January/February 1998

Containing feature articles by Jennifer Vaughn; Michael Rampino; Leslie Lowes

The Sun Sets on Mars Pathfinder, by Jennifer Vaughn; The Shiva Hypothesis, by Michael R. Rampino; Ice Water, and Fire: The Galileo Europa Mission, by Leslie L. Lowes

Martian Sunset

Martian Sunset

Vol. 17, No. 6, November/December 1997

Containing feature articles by Jennifer Vaughn; Charlene Anderson; Bruce Jakosky; Bevan French

Planetfest '97, by Jennifer Vaughn; A Martian Walkabout, by Charlene Anderson; Mars Life? One Year Later, by Bruce Jakosky; The Man Passing By on His Way to the Moon, by Bevan French

The Color of Europa

The Color of Europa

Vol. 17, No. 5, September/October 1997

Containing feature articles by William Hartmann; Clark Chapman; Louis D. Friedman; Paul Geissler

A Brief History of the Moon, by William K. Hartmann; The Color of Europa, by Paul Geissler; On to Eros! by Clark Chapman; Carl Sagan Memorial Station, by Louis Friedman

The Allure of Io

The Allure of Io

Vol. 17, No. 4, July/August 1997

Containing feature articles by John M. Logsdon; John Spencer; Paul Butler; David Levy

Io and I, by John Spencer; First Reconnaissance: Exploring Other Solar Systems, by Paul Butler; Tribute to Clyde Tombaugh, by David Levy; Growing the Planetary Society: New Advisory Council Formed, by John Logsdon

Carl Sagan—A Tribute

Carl Sagan—A Tribute

Vol. 17, No. 3, May/June 1997

Containing feature articles by Christopher Chyba; Frank Drake; Diane Ackerman; Buzz Aldrin; Louis D. Friedman; Hans Mark

Carl Sagan, Teacher, by Christopher Chyba; Carl Sagan, Spokesman for Science, by Hans Mark; Carl Sagan, Partner in Exploration, by Bruce Murray; Carl Sagan, Scientist, by Frank Drake; Ode to the Alien, by Diane Ackerman; Carl Sagan, Visionary, by Wyn Wachhorst; The Future of the Planetary Society, by Louis Friedman

Fantastically Weird

Fantastically Weird

Vol. 17, No. 2, March/April 1997

Containing feature articles by Robert Farquhar; Don Yeomans; James D. Burke; Charlene Anderson; Louis D. Friedman

Waltzing by Mathilde: NEAR's First Asteroid Encounter by Robert W. Farquhar and Donald K. Yeomans; Farewell, Pioneer, by James D. Burke; Weird and Wonderful: Europa Keeps Her Secrets, by Charlene M. Anderson; Sagan's Fire: A New Challenge, by Bruce Murray and Louis Friedman

Life From Mars?

Life From Mars?

Vol. 17, No. 1, January/February 1997

Containing feature articles by Charlene Anderson; Bruce Jakosky; Ray Bradbury; Louis D. Friedman; Rodney Taylor; Carol Cleland; Michael Yarus; Roberta Score; David Mittlefehldt

Life From Mars? The Story and its Implications, by Charlene Anderson; The Thrill of the Search: Finding ALH84001, by Roberta Score; Uncovering Martians Hidden Among Us: The Source of ALH84001, by David W. Mittlefehldt; Laying Out the Evidence: The Case for Life on Mars, by Bruce Jakosky; Is the Case Persuasive? A Skeptical View, by Michael Yarus; Standard of Evidence: How High for Ancient Life on Mars? by Carol Cleland; Life on Another World: Can Religion Cope? by Rodney L. Taylor; Our Martian Destiny, by Ray Bradbury; The Launch and Loss of Mars '96, by Louis Friedman

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