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When LightSail 2 recently flew south of The Planetary Society's headquarters, CEO Bill Nye and other staff members stepped outside to ..read more
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Join The Planetary Society and advocate for space in Washington, D.C. this 9 - 10 February 2020 ..read more
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Astrophysicist Karl Battams tells us what we can learn by studying objects from outside our solar system ..read more
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Star Trek Voyager Emergency Medical Hologram and Planetary Society Board member Robert Picardo uncovers rare Star Trek artifacts at The ..read more
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Communications were lost with the lander, which was carrying a small rover named Pragyan to the lunar surface ..read more
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We've got 2 fish-eye pictures of the spacecraft's solar sail from opposite cameras, and we're hoping they can be combined ..read more
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A new issue of The Planetary Report brings you our pride in the success of LightSail 2 and our gratitude to our members for making it ..read more
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Your LightSail 2 spacecraft is in space, controlling its orbit solely on the power of sunlight ..read more
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We lost and gained spacecraft at the Moon last quarter. India’s Chandrayaan-2 left Earth orbit for the Moon on 13 August, and its Vikram ..read more
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I explore space because I like feeling insignificant. I crave a dark night sky that reminds me that our Sun and even our galaxy are not ..read more

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