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Welcome to The Planetary Society. Our organization is devoted to
the exploration of the solar system and the search for extraterrestrial
life. With 100,000 members in over 100 countries, we make up the largest space interest group in the world.
The year 1996 will see a renewal of planetary exploration worldwide.
In 1996 there are three planned launches to Mars (two by the U.S., one
by Russia) and a near-Earth asteroid rendezvous launch. Next year
there are two lunar missions (one by the U.S. and one by Japan) and
the Cassini launch of the U.S./European mission to Saturn. In
1998, four more planetary launches are scheduled. Don't miss the
excitement of new discoveries, from all over the solar system, to all
over the earth.
The Planetary Society web site has "worlds of
information" for you-- please join us here to enjoy planetary
exploration and help Make It Happen!
Our World-Wide Web site is organized into color-coded
sections. To return to the start of any section, select the appropriate section
title from the top of any page. To return to this page, select the main
Planetary Society logo. Refer to the section About This Website for more information.
One of our most exciting
projects is Red Rover, Red Rover
-- a student telerobotics simulation of Mars Exploration.
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