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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

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

Pieces of the Sky

Pieces of the Sky

Vol. 11, No. 6, November/December 1991

Containing feature articles by Don Yeomans; Richard Binzel; Alan Friedlander; Don Davis; John Pike; Charlene Anderson; Louis D. Friedman

Killer Rocks and the Celestial Police: The Search for Near-Earth Asteroids, by Donald Yeomans; Asteroids and Comets in Near-Earth Space, by Richard Binzel; It's a Small, Small World: Missions to Near-Earth Asteroids, by Donald Davis and Alan Friedlander; The Sky is Falling: The Hazard of Near-Earth Asteroids, by John Pike; Prospecting the Future: The Planetary Society Asteroid Program, by Charlene Anderson and Louis Friedman

Seeking the Beacon

Seeking the Beacon

Vol. 11, No. 5, September/October 1991

Containing feature articles by Paul Horowitz; Clark Chapman; Jeremy Tatum; Charlene Anderson

A Morning With Philip Morrison: Exploring the Extraterrestrial Mind, by Paul Horowitz; A Clean, Well-Lighted Place: Mercury, by Clark Chapman; Tracking Asteroids: Why We Do It, by Jeremy Tatum; The 1991 Solar Eclipse From a Different Perspective, by Charlene Anderson

Scar on the Earth

Scar on the Earth

Vol. 11, No. 4, July/August 1991

Containing feature articles by

What Now With the Soviets? by Louis Friedman; Rovers! Using Mobile Robots as Planetary Explorers, by Donna Pivirotto; Revisiting Mars: Landslide in Ophir Chasma, by Charlene Anderson; Eugene Merle Shoemaker: A Pioneer of Planetary Science, by Bettyann Kevles; And the Discoveries Continue: Asteroid Project Finds Six New Objects, by Charlene Anderson

Mars: Will We Ever Return?

Mars: Will We Ever Return?

Vol. 11, No. 3, May/June 1991

Containing feature articles by Charlene Anderson; David Swift

Can Space Exploration Survive the Cold War? by Bruce Murray; Magellan at Venus: The Continuing Mission, by Charlene Anderson; The Soviets and SETI: The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Perestroika, by David Swift

Galileo Encounters Earth

Galileo Encounters Earth

Vol. 11, No. 2, March/April 1991

Containing feature articles by Norman Augustine; Chris McKay; E. Imre Friedmann; Michael Meyer; Charlene Anderson; Bettyann Kevles

The Future of the U.S. Space Program, by Norman Augustine; From Siberia to Mars, by Chris McKay, E. Imre Friedmann, and Michael Meyer; Galileo Encounters Earth and Venus, by Charlene Anderson; Tracking Spacecraft: The Deep Space Network in Spain, by Bettyann Kevles

The Mars Balloon: It Works!

The Mars Balloon: It Works!

Vol. 11, No. 1, January/February 1991

Containing feature articles by Carl Sagan; Kumar Ramohalli; Charlene Anderson; Eleanor Helin

Humans to Mars: Can We Justify the Cost? by Carl Sagan; Mining the Air: Resources of Other Worlds May Reduce Mission Costs, by Kumar Ramohalli; Wind, Sand and Mars: The 1990 Tests of the Mars Balloon and SNAKE, by Charlene Anderson; Eureka! The Recovery of 1982DB, by Eleanor Helin

Strange Chemistry

Strange Chemistry

Vol. 10, No. 6, November/December 1990

Containing feature articles by Keith Noll; Charlene Anderson; Karoly Szegó

The Strange Gases of Jupiter and Saturn, by Keith Noll; Planetary Maps: Passports for the Mind, by Charlene Anderson; Magellan at Venus: The Mapping Begins, by Charlene Anderson; Hungary: An Able Partner in Exploration, by Karoly Szegó

10th Anniversary Issue

10th Anniversary Issue

Vol. 10, No. 5, September/October 1990

Containing feature articles by Carl Sagan; Bruce Murray; Louis D. Friedman; Thomas McDonough; Eleanor Helin; Charlene Anderson; Susan Lendroth; Carlos Populus; Harris "Bud" Schurmeier; Donald Campbell; Barbara Bruning-LaBelle

The Next Ten Years: The Planetary Society's Officers Look to its Future, by Carl Sagan, Bruce Murray, and Louis Friedman; A Decade of SETI, by Thomas McDonough; The 1990s: A New Decade of Discovery?; Flying Snakes on Mars: The Planetary Society Mars Balloon Project, by Harris "Bud" Schurmeier; Our Members Remember: Ten Years With The Planetary Society (And on to the Next Ten); Asteroids in Your Future—The Next Decade of The Asteroid Project, by Eleanor Helin; Glimpses of a Goddess—The Arecibo Radar Looks at Venus, by Charlene Anderson and Donald Campbell; Sister Worlds: Earth and Venus, by Susan Lendroth; Seeding the Future: Ten Years of Planetary Society Support for Small but Significant Projects, by Charlene Anderson; Students: Help Send Us "Together to Mars", by Barbara Bruning-La Belle; The Volunteer Network—A Vital Link, by Carlos Populus

Look Homeward, Voyager

Look Homeward, Voyager

Vol. 10, No. 4, July/August 1990

Containing feature articles by Alexander Kemurdjian; Robert Farquhar; Alan Stern

From the Moon Rover to the Mars Rover, by Alexander Kermurjian; The Family Gallery; Pushing Back the Frontier: A Mission to the Pluto-Charon System, by Robert Farquhar and S. Alan Stern

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