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The Planetary Report

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

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

Galileo's Wild Ride

Galileo's Wild Ride

Vol. 16, No. 6, November/December 1996

Containing feature articles by Charlene Anderson; Louis D. Friedman; Koichiro Tsuruda; Tatsundo Yamamoto; Richard Young

The Wild Ride of the Galileo Probe: Sampling Jupiter's Atmosphere, by Richard Young; Aiming for the Red Planet: Japan's Planet-B Mission, by Tatsundo Yamamoto and Koichiro Tsuruda; Galileo's First Look at Ganymede and Europa, by Charlene Anderson; A Great Year, by Louis Friedman

Why Mars?

Why Mars?

Vol. 16, No. 5, September/October 1996

Containing feature articles by Charlene Anderson; Carl Sagan; Louis D. Friedman; Duncan Steel

Life on Mars? The Improbably Becomes Possible, by Charlene Anderson; Pluto: New Views From the Hubble Space Telescope, by Charlene Anderson; Why Mars? by Carl Sagan; Another New Planet: The Excitement Builds, by Charlene Anderson; Robots Versus Humans: The Next Space Race? by Louis Friedman; Society Sponsors Space Research in the Third World, by Duncan Steel

Comet Hyakutake

Comet Hyakutake

Vol. 16, No. 4, July/August 1996

Containing feature articles by Adriana Ocampo; Michael Rampino; Charlene Anderson; Carl Sagan; Alfred Fischer; Kevin Pope; David King

Belize: Rosetta Stone of the K/T Boundary, by Adriana Ocampo; Geology and Climate Change: Mechanisms of Extinction, by Kevin Pope; Impact Processes: Reconstructing the Events, by Michael Rampino; Mineralogy: Carved in Stone, by Alfred Fischer; Stratigraphy: Layers of Evidence, by David T. King, Jr.; Comet Hyakutake: A Very Pleasant Surprise, by Charlene Anderson; Why Near-Earth Objects? by Carl Sagan

SETI: Is Intelligence Commonplace?

SETI: Is Intelligence Commonplace?

Vol. 16, No. 3, May/June 1996

Containing feature articles by Carl Sagan; Gerhard Neukum; Charlene Anderson; Ernst Mayr

The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: Scientific Quest of Hopeful Folly? A Debate Between Ernst Mayr and Carl Sagan; New Eyes for Mars: Testing Cameras for the Mars '96 Mission, by Gerhard Neukum; Fly to Saturn With Cassini: Society Members Invited Along, by Charlene Anderson

Project BETA: The Search Begins

Project BETA: The Search Begins

Vol. 16, No. 2, March/April 1996

Containing feature articles by Thomas McDonough; Roy Gibson; Kari Magee; Richard Binzel

A Quantum Leap for SETI: Project BETA Goes Online, by Tom McDonough; International Report: The European Space Agency Faces the Future, by Roy Gibson; From the Scabland to Mars: Preparing for the Pathfinder Mission, by Kari Magee; Research Update: Near-Earth Asteroid Studies Continue, by Richard Binzel

Comet Hale-Bopp is Coming

Comet Hale-Bopp is Coming

Vol. 16, No. 1, January/February 1996

Containing feature articles by Don Yeomans; Matt Golombek; Michael Malin; Vasilii Ivanovich Moroz

Comet Hale-Bopp: Coming to a Sky Near You, by Don Yeomans; Mars Pathfinder: Blazing a New Trail, by Matthew Golombek; Mars Global Surveyor: What to Look for in the Results, by Michael Malin; Mars '96: Science and Exploration on a Grand Scale, by V. I. Moroz

More Steps to Mars

More Steps to Mars

Vol. 15, No. 6, November/December 1995

Containing feature articles by Charlene Anderson; Louis D. Friedman; Jonathan Lunine; Richard Young

What is the Value of Space Exploration? by Charlene Anderson; Steps to Mars II: A Conference Report, by Louis Friedman; On Target: Galileo Approaches the Jovian System, by Charlene Anderson; The Fate of the Galileo Probe, by Jonathan Lunine and Rich Young

Hubble Space Telescope Spies on the Neighbors

Hubble Space Telescope Spies on the Neighbors

Vol. 15, No. 5, September/October 1995

Containing feature articles by Tamiya Nomura; Jackie Giuliano; Robert Farquhar; Joseph Veverka; Charlene Anderson

Japan Looks to the Future: A Long-Term Lunar Plan, by Tamiya Nomura; The New Pluto Express, by Jackie Giuliano; Romancing the Stone: The Near-Earth Asteroid Rendezvous, by Robert Farquhar and Joseph Veverka; Traveling Through a Mirror: The Hubble Space Telescope Studies the Planets, by Charlene Anderson

Voyager: The Discoveries Continue

Voyager: The Discoveries Continue

Vol. 15, No. 4, July/August 1995

Containing feature articles by Ellis Miner; Adriana Ocampo

What's New, Voyager: The Discoveries Continue, by Ellis Miner; Journey to the End of the Dinosaur Era: A Society Expedition to Belize, by Adriana Ocampo

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