The Meridiani Journal is a chronicle of planetary exploration and discovery, both in our own solar system and beyond.
The name is derived from the desert plains of Meridiani Planum on Mars, where the Opportunity rover landed in 2004.
Many recent discoveries, such as the geysers of Enceladus, the subsurface ocean of Europa, the methane lakes and seas of Titan and the growing number of exoplanets found orbiting other stars make this an exciting time of exploration and discovery.
TMJ is published by space writer and blogger Paul Scott Anderson
, a life-long space exploration supporter and member of The Planetary Society. He also writes for The Spaceflight Group
, Universe Today