Meteors, Mercury, moon ice, oh my! Space enthusiasts will delight in the The Planetary Science Journal. Currently on its inaugural volume, the newest project of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) "is an open access journal devoted to recent developments, discoveries, and theories in planetary science" and publishes content relating to "all aspects of investigation of the solar system and other planetary systems." At the link above, readers can browse articles by popularity (e.g., "most cited" or "most read") and date (e.g., "latest articles" or volume number). Articles can be read online or downloaded as PDF or ePub files. Readers will also find instructions on submitting articles (note that an AAS account is required to do so). Notably, "the journal is run by scientists, for scientists," and is led by Ethan Vishniac (who serves as Editor in Chief for all AAS publications) and Editor Faith Vilas. AAS publishes several other space-related journals, which readers will find linked on the Home page.