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Exploring the Uranian Satellites, by Robert Hamilton Brown; The Magnetosphere of Uranus, by Norman F. Ness; Voyager 2 and the Uranian Rings, by Carolyn C. Porco; Voyager 2 Investigates the Atmosphere of Uranus, by Garry Hunt; An Ocean in Uranus? by David Stevenson; On to Neptune! by Ellis D. Miner
A Talk With Thomas O. Paine, by Louis Friedman; A Time to Act, by Louis Friedman; New Results From Venera 15 and 16, by N. A. Armand, V. L. Barsukov, and A. T. Basilevsky; The Stars Our Destination? The Feasibility of Interstellar Travel, by Robert L. Forward
NASA, the Presidency and International Leadership, by Bruce C. Murray; There Is Life on Mars, and It Is Us! by Ray Bradbury; Let's Go to Mars Together, by Carl Sagan; Viking: Reflections After Ten Years, by James S. Martin, Jr.; A Millennium Project: Mars 2000, by Harrison Schmitt; New Robot Missions to Mars, by Louis D. Friedman and Alexander Zakharov; The Mars One Mission, by Kerry Mark Joëls
The Planetary Society: A Short History, by David F. Salisbury; On the Prehistory of The Planetary Society, by Carl Sagan; Looking Back, by Bruce Murray; Five Years of Success and Failures, by Louis D. Friedman; Steps to Mars: A Look at the Past and the Future; The Mars Institute: Building Momentum for Human Exploration of Mars, by Christopher McKay; SETI and The Planetary Society, by Paul Horowitz; The Asteroid Project Shows Results, by Eleanor Helin
Van Biesbroeck 8B: Brown Dwarf and Extraordinary Planet, by Donald W. McCarthy, Jr.; What is a Planet? by Jonathan Eberhart; Approaching Uranus: Voyager 2 Prepares to Encounter the Seventh Planet, by Reta Beebe and Jay Bergstralh
Through History with Halley's Comet, by Donald K. Yeomans; Looking Into Halley's Comet, by Julian Loewe and the staff of The Planetary Report; A Talk with Fred Whipple, by Kelly Beatty; The International Halley Watch: An Experiment in Cooperation, by Jurgen Rahe and Ray L. Newburn, Jr.
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