NASA and MyMoon have teamed up to blog about everything lunar. Art, literature, music, movies, science, and everything in between!
Wondering what we had to say this month? Thanks to the power of the Internet, where nothing ever disappears, we've just dug through the database and, without further ado, we present to you, the answer to your question!
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This is about a week late so we apologize. Dr. David Kring gave some wonderful insights into current lunar science and exploration last Wednesday evening. We will be taking a hiatus from webcasts for awhile. Our next scheduled webcast will be January 13th at 8pm ET with Dr. Tony Colaprete. Be on ...
Looking for a good lunar science blog from someone you can trust? LPI lunar scientist extraordinaire Dr. Paul Spudis writes his own blog for AirSpaceMag.com - "The Once and Future Moon." Dr. Spudis posts a blog once every few weeks about ...
Why not a full scale, custom model of an Apollo lunar lander ? They're only $89,000.
Awesome webcast with Mark Sykes last night! Next up is LPI's Dr. David Kring on December 16th.
Word is spreading! The good folks at the Google Lunar X-Prize did a small piece on our little evolving website.
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