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Aug 08, 2000The Planetary Society Takes the Lead in Sponsoring Renowned [email protected] Project: New Alliance Ensures Project's Continuance
The Planetary Society announced today that it will assume the lead sponsorship role for [email protected], ensuring the project will continue to operate.
Aug 08, 2000Project Voyager And The Planetary Society form Strategic Alliance
The 21st century integrated media network, code-named Project Voyager, announced today the formation of a strategic alliance with The Planetary Society.
Jul 28, 2000Don't Cancel Mission to Pluto: The Planetary Society Begins Public Campaign
NASA and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) may be seriously contemplating the cancellation of the Pluto Express mission now in development by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Jul 27, 2000The Planetary Society Welcomes NASA's Plan to Send a Rover to Mars
NASA announced today that the 2003 mission to Mars will include a lander carrying a rover for Mars surface exploration -- possibly even two rovers.
Jul 18, 2000Winning Artist Team Chosen for Solar System Trek in Pasadena
The Planetary Society today announced the winning design for PlanetTrek, a scale model of the Solar System in memory of Carl Sagan that will be built in Pasadena, California.
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On February 6, 2018, I found myself shoulder to shoulder with two of my heroes: Bill Nye on the left, Buzz Aldrin on the right. Our eyes were fixed on the first vertical Falcon Heavy rocket. Figuring the world's most powerful rocket might send me flying backwards once the countdown hit zero, I gripped the railing so tightly I started to lose the feeling in my fingertips.
Attention Kiwi space fans! I’m embarking shortly on a speaking tour of New Zealand. I hope to meet lots of Planetary Society members and supporters, and sign a few copies of my book.
On Jan. 1, NASA's New Horizons will perform a high-risk, high-reward flyby of an ancient world on the outskirts of the solar system.
With my first issue of The Planetary Report as editor, I am taking the magazine open-access. Return to Mercury features articles by Elsa Montagnon on BepiColombo and by Long Xiao on the Chang'e-4 and -5 landers.
Elsa Montagnon details the challenges of delivering BepiColombo’s two spacecraft from Earth to Mercury.
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