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What? A day devoted to observing the Moon? YES! International Observe the Moon Night, or InOMN, engages the lunar science and education communities, amateur astronomers, space enthusiasts, and the general public in an annual lunar observation campaign that shares the excitement of lunar science ...
President Nixon presented each of the 50 states and 135 countries samples of the Moon brought back my the Apollo 11 astronauts. Some states know where their samples are, some do not. ...
For years, scientists have assumed that the Moon is geologically inactive. New data from LRO shows this may not be the case.
Is LRO trippin'? No, that's just silly. It's actually a digital elevation model, or DEM.
The Google Lunar X-Prize is considering lowering the prize money for the first privately funded rover to land on the Moon's surface.
When most people think about volcanism on the Moon, they usually consider the vast mare basalts located primarily on the lunar near side. Continue reading
Because the Moon lacks erosional processes, many interesting crater types can be found all over the surface. Here is an interesting story about a concentric crater.
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