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View the April 21st webcast with Delia Santiago here. (Fast forward to the 5 min 30 sec mark.) Links to recordings of all our past webcasts can be found on the MyMoon Facebook group page under "discussions."
MyMoon loves to hear from our audience, especially when we receive feedback like this: "why 18 -35 how old are the actuall astronuants that walked on it dont you might think youd learn something from them!! I take it your not a rocket scientist, oh thats right they are though ps it aint your ...
Well it appears to be official. With one swift statement, President Obama made it clear he has no interest in returning astronauts to the Moon. Under his new vision for NASA, astronauts will land on an asteroid in the 2020s, followed by astronauts orbiting Mars, that followed by a Mars landing in ...
40 years ago today, an oxygen tank on the Apollo 13 command module exploded threatening the lives of astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert. It was during this time that Jim Lovell uttered, "Houston, we've had a problem." A transcript of communications between ...
Watch Chuck the MyMoon squirrel's SXSW interview with "We Are Scientists."
Know any lunar scientists attending the NASA Lunar Science Institute Forum at NASA Ames in July? Are you a lunar scientist attending? Don't forget abstract submissions for the forum are due May 3rd.
Easter was exciting to me as a kid because it was kind of like Halloween in the spring. I don't think I really ever believed in the Easter bunny. I didn't care. All I knew was there would be candy. Besides, when I was 10 years old, my dad ran over a rabbit on some back road on Good Friday and the ...
What is the deal with NASA? LPI's Dr. Paul Spudis weighs in with his latest blog.
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