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A big thank you goes out to Sarah Noble for her MyMoon webcast Wednesday evening! Our next victim will be Dr. Mark Sykes on December 2nd.
Tuesday morning's session at the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group meeting began with a presentation on different scenarios for returning astronauts to the Moon. Snore. OK, it wasn't that boring. There were a few points that intrigued me. One ...
Looks like somebody beat you to the Moon.
This week the Lunar Exploration and Analysis Group is holding their annual meeting at LPI. Unfortunately, (or fortunately) I cannot attend all the talks. However, I would like to share some tidbits from talks I did attend yesterday. The theme of yesterday's talks centered on making lunar ...
Today is the second day of the annual meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group here at LPI. Lunar scientists and engineers from across the US and the globe are meeting to discuss lunar science and exploration.
NASA scientists report LCROSS measurements reveal water is present at the lunar south pole. More to come on the amount of water. Bazinga.
There was a time in my not so distant past in which I was a licensed amateur radio operator, or "ham", as they are lovingly known. (OK. Get it out of your system...Laugh it up, fuzzballs.) I am still licensed, however I would describe ...
A big thank you goes out to poet Marjory Wentworth for her wonderful webcast Wednesday night! Next up, lunar geologist Dr. Sarah Noble, November 18.
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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
Sorry for the late post everyone, has been a very busy week
The recent meteor explosion over Chelyabinsk, Russia helped bring to light a very real problem