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I must preface this blog entry by reminding readers that I am not an engineer. I am not a politician. I do not pretend to know what is going on in the head of the President. I just have thoughts and opinions. And away we go. A few days ago, the ...
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Robotic missions to the Moon and planets are cheaper. They are lower risk in terms of astronaut well-being. However they have limits. What are these limits? What can they not do? LPI's ...
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter team has been releasing images of what NASA calls "regions of interest." These are places where future astronauts may land on the Moon. Check out these ...
A big thank you goes out to Tony Colaprete for another fantastic webcast! Keep checking MyMoon for info on our next webcast.
It's not actual food, but some food for thought. Check out these sound bites of NASA's chief lunar scientist Mike Wargo discussing LRO and LCROSS.
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera team will begin featuring images of potential landing sites for future lunar astronauts. The featured images, along with their descriptions, can be seen on the ...
In a recent article published on space
The Moon ain't what it used to be
Today is Astronomy Day, and one of the best ways to celebrate is by going out and doing some stargazing
The mission of the Kepler Project is to discover habitable planets orbiting other stars