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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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Download a subject index to the first 20 years of The Planetary Report (1980-2001)

Past Issues of The Planetary Report

Clues to Catastrophe

Clues to Catastrophe

Vol. 15, No. 2, March/April 1995

Containing feature articles by Richard Binzel; Paul Weissman; Paul Slovic; Donald MacGregor

The Planetary Exploration Survey: What Society Members Think About Planetary Protection, by Donald MacGregor and Paul Slovic; Near-Earth Objects: Friends or Foes? by Richard Binzel; The Crash on Jupiter: Looking for Answers in the Impacts, by Paul Weissman

Europe Goes to the Moon

Europe Goes to the Moon

Vol. 15, No. 1, January/February 1995

Containing feature articles by Kari Magee; Louis D. Friedman; Michael Haggerty; R. M. Bonnet; Steven Dick

Back to the Future: SETI Before the Space Age, by Steven Dick; Taking the Next Step: The European Moon Program, by R. M. Bonnet; The Mystery of Maxwell, by Kari Magee; Veering Onto the Information Superhighway, by Michael Haggerty; Assessing the Threat: Notes From the Chelyabinsk Asteroid Conference, by Louis Friedman

The Crash at Last!

The Crash at Last!

Vol. 14, No. 6, November/December 1994

Containing feature articles by Daniel Goldin; Keith Noll; Geoff Haines-Stiles; Susan Lendroth; Carlos Populus

NASA Today, and a Vision for Tomorrow, by Daniel Goldin; The Crash at Last: Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 Collides With Jupiter, by Keith Noll; Live From Other Worlds: A Pilot Electronic Field Trip, by Geoff Haines-Stiles; Watching Jupiter Worldwide, by Susan Lendroth and Carlos Populus

Clementine Maps the Moon

Clementine Maps the Moon

Vol. 14, No. 5, September/October 1994

Containing feature articles by Robert Staehle; Stacy Weinstein; Richard Terrile; Charlene Anderson; Louis D. Friedman

To Pluto by Way of a Postage Stamp, by Robert Staehle, Richard Terrile, and Stacy Weinstein; Sifting Through the Data: Clementine's Lunar Bonanza, by Charlene Anderson; Two for the Road: New Hope for Exploration in Space, by Louis Friedman; Advancing Our Ambitions: The 1994 Mars Rover Tests, by Charlene Anderson

Planetary Protection: Safeguarding Islands of Life

Planetary Protection: Safeguarding Islands of Life

Vol. 14, No. 4, July/August 1994

Containing feature articles by Carl Sagan; John Rummel; Michael Meyer; Arden Albee; Chris McKay; Margaret Race; Donald DeVincenzi; John Bagby; Norman Horowitz; Elliott Levinthal; Thomas Jukes; M. Ivanov; P. J. Boston; H. Jay Melosh

Is It Dangerous to Return Samples from Mars to Earth? by Carl Sagan; Protecting Our Planet, Preserving Other Worlds, by Donald DeVincenzi; Where No One Has Gone Before...What is Planetary Protection, Anyway? by John Rummel and Michael Meyer; Rocks in Quarantine: Apollo's Lessons for Mars, by John Bagby; Lessons from Viking: The Search for Life on Mars, by Norman Horowitz and Arden Albee; Caution and Humility: Where There's Water... by Elliot Levinthal; Lessons From Evolution: Ruling Out Danger, by Thomas Jukes; Considering the Improbable: Life Underground on Mars, by C. P. McKay, M. Ivanov, and P. J. Boston; Swapping Rocks: Exchange of Surface Material Among the Planets, by H. Jay Melosh; Anticipating the Reaction: Public Concern About Sample Return Missions, by Margaret Race

Remembering Apollo

Remembering Apollo

Vol. 14, No. 3, May/June 1994

Containing feature articles by Carl Sagan; Andrew Chaikin; John Spencer; Charlene Anderson

The Gift of Apollo, by Carl Sagan; While We Weren't Watching: Apollo's Scientific Exploration of the Moon, by Andrew Chaikin; Observing a Cataclysm: The Last Days of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, by John Spencer; The Comet is Coming: The Planetary Society Revs Up for Jupiter Watch, by Charlene Anderson

Venus—Uncovering Her Secrets

Venus—Uncovering Her Secrets

Vol. 14, No. 2, March/April 1994

Containing feature articles by Nicolas Wade; Dave Doody; James Burke; Kumar Ramohalli

No Space for NASA, by Nicholas Wade; Orbital Maneuvers: Magellan Aerobrakes Into Venus' Atmosphere, by David Doody; Laurel Wilkening Joins Planetary Society's Board of Directors, by James Burke; Mining the Air: How Far Have We Progressed? by Kumar Ramohalli

Jupiter's Celestial Necklace

Jupiter's Celestial Necklace

Vol. 14, No. 1, January/February 1994

Containing feature articles by Paul Weissman; Charlene Anderson; George Powell

Bodies on the Brink, by Paul Weissman; Jupiter Watch: The Celestial Necklace Breaks, by Charlene Anderson; A Rover's Journey: Linking Two Worlds, by George Powell

Mars Observed—Then Oblivion

Mars Observed—Then Oblivion

Vol. 13, No. 6, November/December 1993

Containing feature articles by Hans Mark; Carl Sagan; Louis D. Friedman

What Happened to Mars Observer? by Louis Friedman; Triumph and Failure: The Way of Planetary Exploration, by Louis Friedman; Return to the Wonder World: Mars Observer in Perspective, by Carl Sagan; The Space Station: In the Beginning, by Hans Mark

Monitoring the Milky Way

Monitoring the Milky Way

Vol. 13, No. 5, September/October 1993

Containing feature articles by Paul Horowitz; Stewart Nozette; Eugene Shoemaker; Charlene Anderson

Project META: What Have We Found? by Paul Horowitz; Back to the Moon, On to an Asteroid: The Clementine Mission, by Stewart Nozette and Eugene Shoemaker; From Cycle to Cycle: Magellan's Mission Continues, by Charlene Anderson

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