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Some of the more interesting moments in my life have occurred in the bathroom. I won’t go into an exhaustive list, or details, of these moments, you’ll just have to trust me. This past weekend I was able to add to my list of bathroom moments. Sunday afternoon I attended a talk given by Apollo 12 ...
NASA scientists have selected a different crater for the LCROSS spacecraft to slam into on October 9th. Read more here.
Believe it or not, the snarky MyMoon squirrel, Chuck (as in Norris), is running out of things to say. Send us your suggestion for a new quote to add to our our furry little rodent's lineup of comments. Submit your suggestion with the "Contact Us" form (click on the envelope sticking out ...
A line from a great comedy and apropos to boot since I came up with the idea of our resident highwire rodent. Hi there, my name is Alec and I'm the lead designer / developer / cheerleader at meetings pitching bizarre ideas for MyMoon content. Earlier this year I was turned loose on the MyMoon ...
Researchers at NASA and Case Western University have developed a way to mine the oxygen future astronatus will need during long duration missions on the Moon. Read more here.
NASA scientists announced yesterday the confirmation of the existence of water on the Moon. Read the offical statement
A big thanks to Dr. Jennifer Heldmann for last night's awesome web cast! As always, thanks to everyone out there who joined in; fantastic questions! Great speaker, great audience; a killer combination! Next victim, poet Marjory Wentworth, October 7.
Wanna win tickets to see the next installment of the Twilight series? Click the contest poster on the wall for more info. You say you hate Twilight? Don't worry, you'll get your chance.
Yes, we avoided the obvious shuttle-lift-off pun and we're proud of ourselves! Also, our blog is now functional! For those oblivious-types out there, the blog is on this page, yes Virgina this one, over to the right. Look for frequent updates from staff and guest contributors, as well your own ...
The numbers are in and our lunar haiku winner is Erika Grasmick: Tranquil starry night, Look up at the sky and see, The beauty outside. Well done Erika and thanks to everyone who participated! MyMoon will announce the next contest shortly so keep checking back.
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