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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

Return to the Saturnian System

Return to the Saturnian System

Vol. 13, No. 4, July/August 1993

Containing feature articles by Charley Kohlhase; Charlene Anderson; Daniel Goldin; Carl Sagan

Meeting With a Majestic Giant: The Cassini Mission to Saturn, by Charley Kohlhase; Revisiting Io: Jupiter's Volcanic Satellite, by Charlene Anderson; The Future of Planetary Exploration: A Dialogue Between Daniel Goldin and Carl Sagan

Venus—Retaining Her Mystery

Venus—Retaining Her Mystery

Vol. 13, No. 3, May/June 1993

Containing feature articles by Steve Saunders; James D. Burke; Adriana Ocampo; Rosaly Lopes

Venus: After Magellan, She Still Has Her Mysteries, by R. Stephen Saunders; A Hopeful Gathering of Planetary Scientists, by James Burke; Bringing People Together Through Planetary Science, by Adriana Ocampo and Rosaly Lopes-Gautier

Galileo - A Final Farewell

Galileo - A Final Farewell

Vol. 13, No. 2, March/April 1993

Containing feature articles by Charlene Anderson; James Burke; Jacques Blamont; Louis D. Friedman

A Last, Long Look Homeward: Galileo Sets Off for Jupiter, by Charlene Anderson; Planetary Prospectors Meet in Pasadena, by James Burke; News From the Mars Balloon Project, by Jacques Blamont; Not Yet to Mars, Together—But Still Working on It, by Louis Friedman

The Changing Face of Earth

The Changing Face of Earth

Vol. 13, No. 1, January/February 1993

Containing feature articles by Carl Sagan; Ann Druyan; Alexander Kemurdjian

Snowflakes Fallen on the Hearth: The Evolution of the Earth, by Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan; Roving Through Death Valley: 1992 Test Program Wrap-Up, by Alexander Kemurdjian

Climbing Toward Mars

Climbing Toward Mars

Vol. 12, No. 6, November/December 1992

Containing feature articles by James Cantrell; Charlene Anderson; V. V. Gromov; Laszlo Keszthelyi; Thomas Heinsheimer; Marcel Lamboley; József Biró; Louis D. Friedman

To Mars on the Back of a Giant Snake, by James Cantrell; Mars Observer: On Its Way, by Charlene Anderson; Through Teamwork to Mars: The 1992 Mars Rover Tests, by Charlene Anderson; The Russian Death Valley Experience, by V. V. Gromov; Geomorphology of the 1992 Mars Rover Test Sites, by Laszlo Keszthelyi; Reasons to be Proud, by Louis Friedman; Lessons of the Great Rover Adventure, by Thomas Heinsheimer; Navigating the Rover: The French Stereo Cameras, by Marcel Lamboley; Testing the Onboard Computer, by József Biró; Thanks for the Rover Tests, by Louis Friedman

Raising the Flag

Raising the Flag

Vol. 12, No. 5, September/October 1992

Containing feature articles by Carl Sagan; Bruce Murray; Louis D. Friedman; Charlene Anderson; Thomas Paine; Robert Zubrin; Chris McKay

The Last of the Corsairs: The Life of Thomas O. Paine, by Carl Sagan, Bruce Murray, Louis Friedman, and Charlene Anderson; To Settle the Red Planet: A Decade-by-Decade Look at Martian History, 1990 to 2090, by Thomas Paine; Exploring the Limits: Humanity's Future in Space, by Bruce Murray; A World for the Winning: The Exploration and Terraforming of Mars, by Robert Zubrin and Christopher McKay; Dreams Are Maps: Exploration and Human Purpose, by Carl Sagan

Missions for Microspacecraft

Missions for Microspacecraft

Vol. 12, No. 4, July/August 1992

Containing feature articles by Rex Ridenoure; Paul Spudis; Robert Hanel; G. Scott Hubbard; Larry Lemke; Ruben Ramos; George Sarver; Paul Wercinski; Hitoshi Mizutani; Michael Belton; Carl Sagan

Doing More With Less: The New Way of Exploring the Solar System, by Rex Ridenoure; To the Moon: Faster, Cheaper—and Better, by Paul Spudis; Starting Small on the Road to Mars, by Robert Hanel, G. Scott Hubbard, Larry Lemke, Ruben Ramos, George Sarver, and Paul Wercinski; Japan Sets Out to the Moon and Mars, by Hitoshi Mizutani; Small Missions to Asteroids: The Threat and Future Exploration, by Michael Belton; Isaac Asimov, by Carl Sagan

Journeying to the Moon

Journeying to the Moon

Vol. 12, No. 3, May/June 1992

Containing feature articles by Chris McKay; James Pollack; Régis Courtin; Edward Belbruno; Arnold Selivanov

Titan's Greenhouse and Antigreenhouse Effects, by Christopher McKay, James Pollack, and Régis Courtin; Through the Fuzzy Boundary: A New Route to the Moon, by Edward Belrbuno; Keeping an Eye on Earth: Remote Sensing in Russia, by Arnold Selivanov

Voyager 2 at Neptune

Voyager 2 at Neptune

Vol. 12, No. 2, March/April 1992

Containing feature articles by Carolyn Porco; Reta Beebe; Stamatios Krimigis; R. H. Brown; Peter Thomas

The Elusive Rings of Neptune, by Carolyn Porco; The Magnetosphere of Neptune, by S. M. Krimigis; Triton: Voyager's Finale, by R. H. Brown; The Clouds and Winds of Neptune, by Reta Beebe; Neptune's Small Satellites, by Peter Thomas

Planet Kamchatka

Planet Kamchatka

Vol. 12, No. 1, January/February 1992

Containing feature articles by Charlene Anderson; David Pieri; Thomas McDonough

On the Way to Mars: The 1991 Kamchatka Rover Tests, by Charlene Anderson; Planet Kamchatka, by Dave Pieri; Europa: A World of Superlatives, by Charlene Anderson; Mapping Out a Strategy: A Report from the 1991 SETI Conference, by Thomas McDonough

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