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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The Saying of Science, by Jonathan Eberhart; Planet X: Fact or Fiction? by John Anderson; Humans to Mars: The Mission That NASA Did Not Fly, by Edward Ezell; Mars Watch '88: A Close Encounter of the Red Kind, by Stephen Edberg and Susan Lendroth
Pursuing the Challenge, by Carl Pilcher and Adriana Ocampo; Planets Around Other Stars? Some Exciting New Evidence, by Bruce Campbell; Tracking Asteroids—The Planetary Society Supports Astrometry Project, by Jeremy Tatum; Some Mysteries of Planetary Science, by Carl Sagan
Life in the Universe, by Donald DeVincenzi; Life's Origin: The Cosmic, Planetary and Biological Processes, by T. Scattergood, D. Des Marais, and L. Jahnke; Chemistry Between the Stars, by William Irvine; The Origin of Life, by James Ferris; Mars, Then and Now by Norman Horowitz; Biology and the Exploration of Mars, by Harold Klein; Time Travel and Chemical Evolution: A Look at the Outer Solar System, by Tobias Owen; Finding and Studying Other Planetary Systems, by David Black; The Windows of SETI—Frequency and Time Travel in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, by Bernard Oliver; Terraforming: Making an Earth of Mars, by Christopher McKay
Auroras at Venus? by Harry Taylor, Jr.; Lightning on Venus—An Alternative View, by William Borucki; How the Planetary Sciences Struggle Toward the Truth, by James Burke; Eighteen Months of META: A Status Report on The Planetary Society's SETI Project, by Paul Horowitz; A Space Station Worth the Cost: The Planetary Society Proposal, by Carl Sagan, Bruce Murray, and Louis Friedman
Studying Halley's Comet from Earth and from Space, by Jürgen Rahe; The Science of Comets: A Post-Encounter Assessment, by D. Asoka Mendis; The Wobbling Nucleus of Halley's Comet, by Michael Belton; Halley's Comet Was Here! A Look at Halleymania, by Louis Friedman; The Next Step in Exploring Comets, by Marcia Neugebauer
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