En todo el sistema solar, la ciencia choca con la ciencia ficción en formas literarias.
Across the solar system, science collides with science fiction in literary ways.
The gaseous atmospheres of giant planets may evaporate and accrete onto the dense surfaces of white dwarfs, providing astronomers a new way to detect hidden exoplanets.
Scientists imagined some innovative technologies that could enhance a future mission to Uranus or Neptune.
This August, we look at the relationship we have to our closest star for AGU’s Centennial.
The major shift from state to commercial space programs, as well as a sharp rise in the number of upcoming launches, raises concerns about our efforts to manage the problem.
As the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing nears, a new book looks back on the race to the Moon.
The outgoing Editor-in-Chief of JGR: Planets reflects on the journal’s role serving the planetary science community and expresses appreciation for all those who contribute to its success.
Collaborative and interdisciplinary research will be key to realizing the missions’ full potential, according to the exoplanet strategy report.
Young Girl Scouts can be explorers, adventurers, and investigators as they work toward badges that teach them about the Sun, the solar system, and the stars.