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An international outpost near the Moon gets closer to reality

Anatoly Zak • November 03, 2016 • 11

International Space Station (ISS) project partners are inching ever closer toward an agreement to begin the development of a new human outpost in the vicinity of the Moon. If successful, the cis-lunar space station (a space station in the vicinity of the Moon) will be the largest international space project to date, influencing the direction of human space flight for decades to come.

Field Report From Mars: Sol 4535 - October 26, 2016

Larry Crumpler • November 02, 2016

Opportunity is currently finishing up observations of its first outcrop target of its 10th extended mission plan.

Dawn Journal: 5th Mapping Orbit

Marc Rayman • November 01, 2016 • 4

Dawn just completed another successful observation campaign at Ceres from its latest mapping orbit. Mission Director and Chief Engineer Marc Rayman brings us his monthly update.

Dynamics of Exoplanet Systems

Erika Nesvold • October 31, 2016

At this year’s Division for Planetary Sciences/European Planetary Science Congress meeting, the Exoplanet Dynamics session was packed full of talks on tightly-packed multi-planet systems and their instabilities.

ExoMars: Schiaparelli Analysis to Continue

Ruth McAvinia • October 20, 2016 • 5

The fate of the ExoMars lander, Schiaparelli, remains uncertain. European Space Agency mission controllers had been optimistic on Wednesday night that a definitive answer would be known by Thursday morning’s news briefing. However, although some more details have been made public about the lander’s descent, it is not yet clear whether it hit the martian surface at a speed it could not survive.

ExoMars: Long day’s journey into uncertainty

Ruth McAvinia • October 19, 2016 • 2

Trace Gas Orbit is successfully in orbit at Mars, but the fate of the Schiaparelli lander is uncertain.

Fall Issue of The Planetary Report is Here!

Donna Stevens • October 19, 2016

From the innermost planet to the farthest reaches of our Solar System, this issue of The Planetary Report spans it all!

Rapidly Rotating Regular Satellites and Tides

Darin Ragozzine • October 17, 2016 • 2

Pluto’s small moons have unusual rotation rates and states. Now we know a moon of another dwarf planet does as well. Is there a connection?

Alan Stern & New Horizons Team Receive Cosmos Award

Jim Bell • October 12, 2016

Alan Stern and the New Horizons mission team are the newest recipients of The Planetary Society's Cosmos Award for Outstanding Public Presentation of Science.

New Gems from the Moon

Bill Dunford • October 10, 2016 • 3

More than seven years after the end of its mission, JAXA has released the entire data set from Kaguya's HDTV cameras.

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