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A new report prepared by a team at the University of Illinois, Chicago and sponsored by NASA's Chief Economist explores the economic benefits of the U.S. space program and how they are measured. planetary.org/planetary-radi…
 
This week in The Downlink:

A closer look at our favorite space pictures from November, two Planetary Society milestones, and a roundup of the latest in space news.

planetary.org/the-downlink/m…
Much has passed in decades past
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NASA's latest economic impact report revealed the space agency supports nearly 340,000 jobs across the country, among other findings. planetary.org/articles/nasas…
NASAs economic impact? Hundreds of thousands of jobs.
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Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
A Titan-ic success!

Here is Webb’s first look at Saturn’s largest moon, Titan. Because Titan has a dense atmosphere, its surface is hidden in visible light. Enter Webb’s infrared eye, which captured clouds as well as bright & dark patches on its surface: go.nasa.gov/3FijpXN
 
Every 26 months, the Earth and Mars grow closer in their orbits, and this month they’re at their closest.

Here's what's up in the night sky in December. planetary.org/night-sky/nigh…
Whats up in the night sky: December 2022
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Today is your last day to vote for the Best of 2022! Pick your favorite images, missions, and highlights from a phenomenal year of space exploration! planetary.org/bestof2022
 
Planetary Radio has been on the air for 20 years! This week's special anniversary episode features flash-backs to the early days, along with interviews with Planetary Society co-founder Lou Friedman and today's leaders.
planetary.org/planetary-radi…
20th Anniversary of Planetary Radio
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It was a November to remember in spaceflight! Here are our favorite space pictures from the last month. planetary.org/articles/best-…
Best space pictures of the month: November 2022
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Is your holiday shopping now underway? We put together a cosmically delightful gift guide to make it a little easier! Here are our space gift recommendations this year. planetary.org/articles/best-…
The best gift ideas for space fans in 2022
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Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
OMG my #JWST Deep Field umbrella got featured in the @exploreplanets gift guide this year! So cool! 🤩
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
Ohhh. So many things I want from this list! And I'm flattered that my book "Searching Beyond the Stars" is also included! @AnnickPress #space #astronomy
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
Thrilled to be included in the @exploreplanets Space Lovers Holiday Gift Guide with my Moon Phase barrette this year!! Thank you 💕

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Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
We are honored to be on @exploreplanets “Top Gift Ideas For Space Fans” again this year, along with fabulous designers like @ScienceSocks, @elakdawalla, @yugenhandmade, @chopshopstore, @Rachel_pfeffer, @CelestialBuddy, and more!

planetary.org/articles/best-…
 
Our annual gift guide is here! Find this year's best space gifts for the cosmically-inclined person (or pet) in your life. planetary.org/articles/best-…
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
The Planetary Society (@exploreplanets) has an awesome new program for kids! check it out here: planetary.org/planetary-acad…
Planetary Academy
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Remember how 2022 started off with a beautiful comet in the night skies? It may feel like you saw Comet Leonard a lifetime ago, but that's just because this year has been so jam-packed with space action! Vote for the most exciting moment and more at planetary.org/bestof2022.
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
LightSail 2, our wonderful big little spacecraft, entered the atmosphere and came down. It's gone. Thanks to all our supporters. Meanwhile, Artemis I is up and on its way to the Moon. And The Planetary Academy launched. What a week! planetary.org/the-downlink/l…
Launching and descending
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Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
LightSail 2 just met its fiery end, but solar sailing is just getting started theverge.com/2022/11/18/234…
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
Our LightSail 2 mission ended after 3 1/2 years. We raised the orbit, advanced space technology, and took astonishing pictures. Thanks LightSail!
 
This compilation of images taken by LightSail 2 from orbit captures some of the beauty of this remarkable mission. #ThankYouLightSail
 
It’s official: LightSail 2 has reentered Earth’s atmosphere and burned up, as expected. What a phenomenal mission this was! We are proud of everything this spacecraft accomplished, and of all the people who made it happen. planetary.org/articles/light…
Replying to @exploreplanets
The LightSail 2 team has received no communications from the spacecraft since Aerospace Corporation reported it having reentered Earth's atmosphere, leading to our conclusion that LightSail 2 is no more, having burned up in the Earth's atmosphere.
 
It’s official: LightSail 2 has reentered Earth’s atmosphere and burned up, as expected. What a phenomenal mission this was! We are proud of everything this spacecraft accomplished, and of all the people who made it happen. planetary.org/articles/light…
LightSail 2 completes mission with atmospheric reentry
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While we await confirmation of another object blazing through the atmosphere, don't forget that tonight is the annual Leonid meteor shower! planetary.org/articles/your-…
Leonid meteor shower 2022: How to watch
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Who is hiring in the space economy?! We want to share your job listings!!
 
.@AerospaceCorp is reporting LightSail 2 has reentered. We're awaiting additional confirmation.
 
🤯🤯🤯
Artemis I riding a column of fire from two solid rocket boosters and four RS-25 engines on its way to the Moon pic.twitter.com/ZxnVC9Spvm
 
Congratulations @NASA on the launch of #Artemis 1!

This is a big deal! This is one small step to the next giant leap back to the Moon. Welcome to the most exciting decade of human space exploration since Apollo. planetary.org/articles/nasa-…
Replying to @exploreplanets
We are also celebrating the launch of #NEAScout, an interplanetary solar sail that The Planetary Society’s LightSail 2 solar sailing mission helped to inform! planetary.org/space-missions…
NEA Scout, NASA's solar sail mission to an asteroid
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Congratulations @NASA on the launch of #Artemis 1!

This is a big deal! This is one small step to the next giant leap back to the Moon. Welcome to the most exciting decade of human space exploration since Apollo. planetary.org/articles/nasa-…
NASAs Artemis I mission has successfully launched
planetary.org
 
It's happening! We are less than 8 minutes away from the @NASAArtemis 1 launch!

You can tune into the live stream at planetary.org/live.
The Planetary Society Live
planetary.org
 
Super excited about #NEAScout. The principal science investigator is at @NASAJPL, Julie Castillo-Rogez, working with our @NASA_Marshall colleagues to test a solar sail to chase down a small asteroid. It's launching as a secondary payload on #ArtemisI
Replying to @astroengine @NASAJPL and 1 otherfalse
It's heartening to know that just as our LightSail 2 solar sailing mission comes to an end, the next solar sail, #NEAScout is about to launch. 🚀
 
What a happy surprise to see my space corset on the Artemis 1 launch broadcast! I totally forgot that I submitted it for #nasamoonsnap
Replying to @omcintyre
We saw that! Congratulations.
 
Morning! ☕️

We’re awake and watching the launch of #Artemis I 🚀🌕

The two-hour launch window opens at 6:04 AM GMT.

You can watch here 👇
Replying to @spacegovuk
This is so exciting. We can't wait for the return of humans to the Moon and all of the new opportunities for international collaboration that will come along with it! 🚀🌖
 
Currently enjoying the coverage, just over an hour until launch(!!!!!). Always great to have an excuse to pull out this silly shirt. Good luck to the Artemis team, and to my colleagues on #LunaHMap!! pic.twitter.com/sVYMuEhMGX
 
The two-hour @NASAArtemis 1 launch window begins soon. We are sharing the live stream at planetary.org/live.

Are you tuned in?
The Planetary Society Live
planetary.org
 
Calling all kids! Welcome to Planetary Academy, a new membership program for kids ages 5-9 who love space.

Members get fun, educational activities and collectables in the mail four times a year -- all while helping advance space science and exploration! planetary.org/planetary-acad…
 
Calling all kids! Welcome to Planetary Academy, a new membership program for kids ages 5-9 who love space.

Members get fun, educational activities and collectables in the mail four times a year -- all while helping advance space science and exploration! planetary.org/planetary-acad…
Planetary Academy
planetary.org
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
this week on the show we're talking with the legendary mat kaplan, host of @PlanRad at @exploreplanets. after twenty years, mat is retiring at the end of the year and we're gonna ask him for wisdom

thu 1pm pst / 4pm est / 21:00 utc

youtube.com/watch?v=umP5ag…
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
Very proud of our @exploreplanets mission that has helped in pioneering solar sailing technology, training students in spacecraft ops @CalPoly @PolySat, and demonstrated the power of our supporters in making a space mission happen 🚀 #ThankYouLightSail
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
#ThankYouLightSail for belonging to me and every other member of TPS. It was amazing to truly feel a part of the advances taking place in science every day. Thank you for exceeding expectations and proving solar sailing will take us extraordinary places.
 
The Planetary Society’s LightSail 2 solar sail spacecraft is going to reenter the Earth’s atmosphere and burn up in the next few days. After 3.5 years and 18,000 orbits of the Earth, the mission has far exceeded expectations and measures of success. planetary.org/articles/light…
Replying to @exploreplanets
We want to hear from all of you as this groundbreaking mission comes to an end. Share your thoughts and feelings using the hashtag #ThankYouLightSail
 
The Planetary Society’s LightSail 2 solar sail spacecraft is going to reenter the Earth’s atmosphere and burn up in the next few days. After 3.5 years and 18,000 orbits of the Earth, the mission has far exceeded expectations and measures of success. planetary.org/articles/light…
LightSail 2 is about to burn up
planetary.org
 
The Leonids meteor shower is coming up later this week. Here's your guide to enjoying this annual spectacle.
planetary.org/articles/your-…
Orionid meteor shower 2022: How to watch
planetary.org
 
NASA's Artemis I Moon mission is scheduled to lift off on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 1:04 a.m. EST (06:04 UTC). Here's what to expect from this milestone moment in space exploration. Will you be watching?
planetary.org/articles/artem…
Artemis I launch guide: What to expect
planetary.org
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
Check out the spectacular Moon as seen by a member with binoculars and a steady hand. For me though, this week I can’t help but think about Carl Sagan and how he changed my life. @exploreplanets planetary.org/the-downlink/t…
Two pale blue dots
planetary.org
 
Earth is the iconic "pale blue dot," but in this fantastic photo taken by Planetary Society member Zong Wang we see another one: distant Uranus, making an appearance to the bottom left of the eclipsed Moon. More in this week's Downlink.
planetary.org/the-downlink/t…
 
Congressional elections have far-reaching impacts in the U.S. and beyond - even in space. Here's how the results of the midterm elections could affect space science.
planetary.org/planetary-radi…
Space Policy Edition: What the Congressional Midterms Mean for Space
planetary.org
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
Astronomy 102 with Carl Sagan at @Cornell gave me a deep appreciation for the Cosmos and changed my life. It led to my leading The Planetary Society (@exploreplanets). Happy 88th Orbit of the Sun, Carl! #CarlSaganDay
 
Happy #CarlSaganDay! To celebrate, Sagan's longtime collaborator and life partner Ann Druyan joins this week's Planetary Radio to talk about their love, his legacy, and much more.
planetary.org/planetary-radi…
Ann Druyan wishes you a happy Sagan Day
planetary.org
 
Planetary Society Retweeted ·  
My finished shot from this morning's total lunar eclipse. This image was captured by using two telescopes, one to capture intricate detail on the lunar surface, and one to capture the rich tones cast by Earth's shadow across the disc. Go ahead, zoom in on it!
 
Over 2,000 votes have already been cast... is yours one of them? Help choose the year's most spectacular Solar System image and more in the Best of 2022 awards. Vote today at planetary.org/bestof2022.
 
 
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