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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
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
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
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
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
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: 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
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
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
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