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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

Toward the Next Generation

Toward the Next Generation

Vol. 10, No. 2, March/April 1990

Containing feature articles by Charlene Anderson; Michael Carroll; Ivan Bekey; Jerry Grey; Curtis Struck

Earth's a Planet Too, by Charlene Anderson; Solar System Exploration: Some Thoughts on Techniques and Technologies, by Ivan Bekey; Launching Planetary Missions: An International Inventory, by Jerry Grey; Masers from Mira Stars: A Scenario Revealing Jovian Planets? by Curtis Struck-Marcell; Glaciers and Glasnost, by Michael Carroll

Planet Earth

Planet Earth

Vol. 10, No. 1, January/February 1990

Containing feature articles by Carl Sagan; William Hartmann; Christopher Chyba; James Kasting; Richard Berendzen; John Dutton

Exploring Other Worlds and Exploring This One: The Connection, by Carl Sagan; Earth, the Living Planet: How Life Regulates the Atmosphere, by James Kasting; Earth in the Mind of Humankind, by Richard Berendzen; Earth as a Target for Planetary Research, by William Hartmann; Mission to Planet Earth, by John Dutton; Seeding Earth: Comets, Oceans and Life, by Christopher Chyba

What a Planet! What a Party!

What a Planet! What a Party!

Vol. 9, No. 6, November/December 1989

Containing feature articles by Carl Sagan; Ed Stone; Clark Chapman; William Goetzmann

Voyager Retrospective: A Symposium on Exploration, by Carl Sagan, Ed Stone, William Goetzmann, and Bruce Murray; Voyager at Neptune: Sorting Out the Early Results, by Clark Chapman

Venus: Behind the Veil

Venus: Behind the Veil

Vol. 9, No. 5, September/October 1989

Containing feature articles by Charlene Anderson; Michael Carr; Carl Sagan; Louis D. Friedman; Theodore Clarke; Fraser Fanale; Donald Rea; Mark Craig

Venus: Behind the Veil, by Charlene Anderson; Galileo: The Earth Encounters, by Theodore Clarke and Fraser Fanale; The Case for a Multinational Mars Surveyor Program, by D. G. Rea, M. H. Carr, and M. K. Craig; The Apollo Anniversary: Excerpt from the Address by President George Bush; Consolidating the Presidential Initiative, by Carl Sagan and Louis Friedman

Voyager: To Neptune and Beyond

Voyager: To Neptune and Beyond

Vol. 9, No. 4, July/August 1989

Containing feature articles by William McLaughlin; David Morrison; Jeffrey Cuzzi; Richard Simpson; Ellis Miner

Putting Voyager Together, by William McLaughlin; Jupiter: First Stop on Voyager's Grand Tour, by David Morrison; Saturn: Jewel of the Solar System, by Jeffery Cuzzi; Uranus: Beneath That Bland Exterior, by Richard Simpson and Ellis Miner; Voyager 2 Approaches Neptune, by Ellis Miner; The Voyager Interstellar Mission, by Dan Finnerty

Jupiter—A Waiting Giant

Jupiter—A Waiting Giant

Vol. 9, No. 3, May/June 1989

Containing feature articles by James Burke; Charlene Anderson; Bettyann Kevles; Eugene Mallove; Jon Miller

The Solar System in Chaos, by Eugene Mallove; A Triumphant Beginning, by Bruce Murray; The Phobos Argosy—A Brave and Bitter Tale, by James Burke; Approaching Neptune, by Charlene Anderson; A Pioneer of Planetary Science, by Bettyann Kevles; Who Cares About Planetary Exploration? by Jon Miller

Comets: Mementos of Creation

Comets: Mementos of Creation

Vol. 9, No. 2, March/April 1989

Containing feature articles by Carl Sagan; Ann Druyan; Stephen Larson; Steven Dick; James Burke

Comets: Mementos of Creation, by Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan; Changing Views of Mars, by Stephen Larson; The Concept of Extraterrestrial Intelligence—An Emerging Cosmology? by Steven Dick; Lunar Polar Explorers, by James Burke

Diamonds from Space

Diamonds from Space

Vol. 9, No. 1, January/February 1989

Containing feature articles by Louis D. Friedman; John Larimer; Stephen J. Pyne; Thomas McDonough; Susan Lendroth

A Talk With Roald Zinnurovich Sagdeev, by Louis Friedman; The Discovery of Stardust in Meteorites, by John Larimer; Planetary Exploration—A Third Great Age of Discovery, by Stephen Pyne; Continuing SETI: Scientists Share Findings at Toronto Conference, by Thomas McDonough; Mars Watch Chronicles, by Susan Lendroth

Mars—A Soviet Destination

Mars—A Soviet Destination

Vol. 8, No. 6, November/December 1988

Containing feature articles by Valentin Glushko; Y. Semenov; Leonid Gorshkov; Vladislav Shevchenko; Charlene Anderson; James Kasting; David Grinspoon

The Way to Mars, by V. Glushko, Y. Semenov, and L. Gorshkov; A Soviet View of a Lunar Base, by Vladislav V. Shevchenko; Oceans on Venus—The Great Debate, by Charlene Anderson; The Water That Got Away, by James Kasting; Born Wet or Bone Dry? by David Grinspoon

Onward to Mars

Onward to Mars

Vol. 8, No. 5, September/October 1988

Containing feature articles by Tim Lynch; Louis D. Friedman; James Burke; Iván Almár; Andras Horváth; Erzsébet Illés-Almár

The United States' Future in Space: The Candidates Share Their Visions, by Tim Lynch; The Mars Balloon: A Novel Approach to a Treacherous Terrain, by Louis Friedman; Outbound to Mars: The Phobos Mission is Launched, by James Burke; Phobos—A Surface Mine or an International Park? by Iván Almár, Andras Horváth, and Erzsébet Illés

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