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Some nice close-ups of layered lava flows on the floor of the Moon's Apollo Basin (really big crater).
The Earth would be a very different place without the Moon. With no moon, which consequence do you think is the worst?
I saw "The Wolfman" shortly after it came out in theaters last month. Ironically, I saw it on the afternoon of Valentine's Day, alone. But riddle me this, who is the bigger loser? Me, for going alone on Valentine's Day, or the guy who went to the movie with his friend and his friend's ...
They are back up and running! They can be accessed on the MyMoon Facebook group page under the "Discussions" tab.
We have discovered that many of the links to past webcast recordings (found on the MyMoon Facebook group page under the "Discussions" tab) require you to login to access them. This is not normal. We are currently working with the good folks at NASA Ames to get this cleared up. Sorry for any ...
Awesome webcast Wednesday night with Dr. Neil Comins! Great questions from the audience, too. Next webcast victim is LPI's Dr. Paul Spudis on April 7th. Watch the MyMoon site for more details.
This weekend MyMoon will be interviewing bands at the music festival at SXSW. We have interviews lined up with "We Are Scientists", "Moondoggies", "Moonrats", "Moonduo", "Past Lives", and "Les Savy Fav." Be part of the interview! Send us your questions through Twitter, @MyMoonLPI.
Who better to sound off on the president's new budget, and direction, for NASA than the Apollo astronauts? Buzz Aldrin certainly has. Buzz jumped right in and ...
The good news is NASA released a bunch of Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter data to the public on March 15th. The bad news is the data was released on the Planetary Data System. If I were you, I ...
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