When it comes to keeping spacecraft going, when is enough enough?
Maybe we’ve been looking for the wrong minerals, or maybe our models are wrong.
Thirty years ago it was a good idea, and it still is today.
If China’s Moon rover is immobile, its scientific mission is effectively over.
Studying life’s processes and origin on the Moon
Remembering the first spacecraft to globally map the Moon
What does the term "mining" really mean for the Moon and other extraterrestrial bodies?
The Chang’E 3 spacecraft has landed on one of the most geologically interesting spots on the Moon. What might it discover?
Was President Kennedy a reluctant spacefarer?
Should the Moon become a United Nations International Park?
Two spacecraft arrive at the Moon at the same time, and the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
The LADEE mission seeks the faintest of lunar phenomena
Should searching for extraterrestrial life be the primary goal of our space program?
New sightings of water on the Moon, roadmaps for exploration and commercial lunar flights
NASA recently asked industry for concepts of small robotic landers for missions to the Moon. What could such machines accomplish?
Lava-like features and landforms around young lunar craters give us insight into the processes and history of the Moon
The Moon's motions have a significant impact on life on Earth
A magnetic anomaly near the Moon's north pole may be related to an impact basin near its south pole. How can this happen?
Computer models in science can be useful -- until you start believing in them.
New work on lunar samples reveal a shared source for water in the deep interior of both Earth and Moon
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