The origins of strange swirl-like markings on the lunar surface are still mysterious.
Who ever said that space is empty?
A proposed Chinese mission to the Moon’s hidden hemisphere.
Far from being a detour, the Moon is a critical stepping stone to Mars.
Although the volume of published scientific papers is increasing, fewer and fewer may actually be read.
Data from the Chinese Chang’E 3 lander show what’s under the lunar surface.
The possibility that terrestrial fossils are preserved in Moon rocks makes lunar exploration even more appealing.
Remembering a valued collaborator and friend.
Stratigraphy on the Moon is key to understanding its geological history.
A new spacecraft takes flight, but to where?
What are they up to?
New work suggests that lavas were erupted on the Moon less than 100 million years ago.
Sightseeing tips for a lunar vacation
Meteorite NWA5000 is beautiful – but is it from the Moon?
Let’s learn how to extract space resources closer to home.
An early look at NASA plans to start assaying lunar resources.
Finding a career in the mountains of the Moon
A new explanation of the Moon’s early history is more confusing than illuminating.
Remembering a pioneer of lunar exploration.
Earth as seen from the Moon is always in the same place – true or false? It depends.
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