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Past Issues of The Planetary Report
Celebrating 40 Years
A Planetary Society retrospective, plus Carl Sagan's Adventure of the Planets and an inspiring young explorer.
In Space Together
Finding comfort in the cosmic perspective, plus a sample return roundup and Carl Sagan's case for Mars.
What Lies Ahead?
Planetary scientists chart the next 10 years of exploration. Plus: Shoemaker Grant winners, and Sasha Sagan's cosmic perspective.
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
A New Understanding, by Abigail Fraeman; What Comes Next on Mars?, by Javier Gómez-Elvira; Space on Earth; Snapshots From Space, by Emily Lakdawalla; Your Place In Space, by Bill Nye; Your Impact; What’s Up?, by Bruce Betts; Where We Are, by Emily Lakdawalla; Why I Explore, by Franck Marchis.
LightSail 2 Mission Success
Mission Success! by Bill Nye; Why I Explore, by Jennifer Vaughn; Where We Are, by Emily Lakdawalla; Venus' Ocean of Air and Clouds, by Javier Peralta; The State of Planetary Defense, by Vishnu Reddy.
Precise Movements, by Emily Lakdawalla; Space Defense for us All, by Bill Nye; Help Defend the Earth from Asteroids, by Bruce Betts; Where We Are, by Emily Lakdawalla; Apollo 11 Little West Crater Panorama, by Mike Constantine; Rosetta's Ancient Comet, by Martin Rubin and Cecilia Tubiana; Treasure Hunting with Hayabusa 2, by Makoto Yokishawa and Elizabeth Tasker.