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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Passing the Torch: The Planetary Society's New Executive Director; Looking for ET Using Laser Light, by Bruce Betts;
Hayabusa Returns! by Emily Lakdawalla; Solar Sail Update: IKAROS Deploys and LightSail Moves Forward, by Louis D. Friedman
LightSail Update: Firming Up the Spacecraft Design, by Louis D. Friedman; World Watch: The New Plan for Human Exploration, by Louis D. Friedman; Why Go Into Space, by Stephen Hawking; Asteroids, DVDs, and Dust, by Bruce Betts
30 Years of The Planetary Society, by Louis D. Friedman; A New Project: Microrovers for Assisting Humans, by Bruce Betts; Winds of Change at NASA, by Louis D. Friedman; Spirit: Not Dead Yet, by Emily Stewart Lakdawalla and Jim Bell; Annual Report to Our Members, by Dan Geraci
Special Issue: Planetary Defense; Protecting Earth: Whose Job Is It? by Louis D. Friedman; To Move and Asteroid, by William Ailor; Turning Cosmic Disaster Into Opportunity, by Tom Jones; Doing Our Part to Protect Earth, by Bruce Betts
The Planetary Society 2009 Membery Survey, by Jim Bell; Planetary Defense: Shielding the World from Asteroids, by Bruce Betts; All Hail Hubble! Planetary Society Members Salute the Hubble Space Telescope
Bootleg Postcards: Amateurs Participating in Space Missions, by Doug Ellison; Beyond the Moon: A New Roadmap for Human Space Exploration in the 21st Century, by The Roadmap Team; Looking Forward to a New Year of Exploration! by Louis D. Friedman
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