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2007

Cockell, C. S. (2007). Originism: Ethics and extraterrestrial life. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 60(4) pp. 147–153.

2005

Cockell, Charles (2005). The unsupported transpolar assault on the Martian Geographic North Pole. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 58(1-2) pp. 28–33.

Cockell, Charles (2005). Duties to extraterrestrial microscopic organisms. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 58(11-12) pp. 367–373.

2004

Cockell, Charles (2004). The ascent of Olympus - An Everest anniversary perspective. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 57(3-4) pp. 103–107.

Cockell, Charles (2004). Field innovations in support of Martian polar expeditions. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 57(3-4) pp. 92–98.

Cockell, Charles (2004). The circumnavigation of the moon. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 57(7-8) pp. 277–282.

Cockell, Charles S. (2004). A migratory martian base: using the polar summer, escaping the polar winter. Journal of The British Interplanetary Society, 57(1-2) pp. 40–44.

Cockell, Charles S. and et al (2004). The Trans-Hellas expedition - An exercise in martian expedition planning. Journal of The British Interplanetary Society, 57(3-4) pp. 108–112.

Jones, Jeffrey A.; Barratt, Michael; Effenhauser, Rainer; Cockell, Charles S. and Lee, Pascal (2004). Medical issues for a human mission to Mars and Martian surface expeditions. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 57(3-4) pp. 144–160.

Read, P. L.; Lewis, S. R.; Bingham, S. J. and Newman, C. E. (2004). Predicting weather conditions and climate for Mars expeditions. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 57(3-4) pp. 75–86.

2003

Cockell, Charles S. and Ellery, A. Alex (2003). The Human exploration of the Martian Pole: Part 1 - Four Phases from early expedition to a permanent station. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 56(1-2) pp. 33–42.

Cockell, Charles S.; Lim, Darlene S. S.; Braham, Stephen; Lee, Pascal and Clancey, Bill (2003). Exobiological protocol and laboratory for the human exploration of Mars - Lessons from a polar impact crater. Journal of The British Interplanetary Society, 56(3-4) pp. 74–86.

Ellery, A.; Barnes, D.; Buckland, R.; Welch, C.; Garry, J.; Zarnecki, J.; Gebbie, J.; Green, A.; Smith, M.; Hall, D.; McInnes, C.; Winfield, A.; Nehmzow, U. and Ball, A. (2003). The UK space and planetary robotics network. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 56(9-10) pp. 328–337.

Ellery, A. Alex and Cockell, Charles S. (2003). The Human exploration of the Martian Pole: Part 2 - Support technologies. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 56(1-2) pp. 43–55.

2002

Cockell, Charles (2002). The Trans-Mars Expedition – A Long-Distance, Long-Duration, Scientific EVA. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 55(9-10) pp. 291–306.

Cockell, Charles S. (2002). 'Radio-agriculture' - ground and space-based determination of agricultural productivity. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 55(11-12) pp. 362–365.

Cockell, Charles S. and Lee, Marco (2002). Interstellar predation. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 55(1-2) pp. 8–20.

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