Launched in October 1998, this site strives to be a real-time, living encyclopedia of robotic exploration of our solar system. We aim to provide the public with reliable, accurate, up-to-date information about the planets, moons, asteroids, comets and everything else in our solar system. We also provide a complete historical record of deep space exploration.
This site is produced for NASA's Science Mission Directorate by the Public Engagement Web Studio at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory | California Institute of Technology under Task Plan 40-15691, Rev. B.
Senior Leadership: Dr. James Green, Director, NASA Planetary Science Division
Responsible NASA Official: Kristen Erickson
Manager: Alice Wessen
Web Development Team
Lead Producer/Editor: Phillips Davis/JPL
Science Writers: Bill Dunford, Celeste Hoang and Jay Thompson/JPL
Web Development/Graphics: Moore Boeck